Food: Gorge on scones and jam, with the Devonshire cream tea. Also try the local ice-creams made from clotted cream. The Cornish pasty is a must. So are the traditional ginger biscuits, called Cornish Fairings. As you walk back to your hotel, sip on some cider and get yourself some handmade fudge for the night.Suggested Stay:
Cycle the Exe Trail and Drake’s Way or spend a lazy afternoon in one of Devon’s many pubs.
Things to Do: Take a yacht to Dartmouth, sample wine from any one of the numerous vineries, take to the north coast for surfing, and the south coast for sailing.
Sights: Greenway (the summer home to Agatha Christie), Dartmoor (the Baskerville scape), Clovelly Historic Village, Lydford Gorge, Exeter Cathedral, Castle Drogo, Knightshayes Court, Plymouth Gin Distillery
This England county is flanked with sandy beaches and vivid fishermen villages. Escape into the wilderness with Devonshire’s rugged moors or explore the scenic coastal paths.