Explore South Devon

Start: Monday 4th March 2024

End: Friday 8th March 2024

Hotel: Babbacombe Hotel

Price: £349 pp

This holiday departs from our Main Holiday Pick Up Points

What’s included:

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast
  • half price bar 7.30pm – 10.30pm each night
  • excursion to Exmouth with Stuart Line Cruise
  • free day in Babbacombe
  • evening entertainment
  • executive coach travel


  • 6 single rooms with £20 supplement
  • optional excursion to Plymouth & Garden Centre at £7 pp
  • sea view supplement £40 per room


Enjoy an early season holiday at the superb Babbacombe Hotel, with fabulous sea views across the bay. Our break includes a half price bar on house drinks 7.30 – 10.30pm each evening, as well as excursions exploring the Devon coast

Exmouth and Stuart Line Cruise

Lying at the end of the Jurassic Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site, Exmouth is one of the oldest and most picturesque seaside resorts in Devon. Here you can relax with a gentle stroll along golden sandy beaches and explore the sights & sounds of this bustling seaside town

We enjoy a winter cruise along the River Exe, which is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest as an important habitat for wading and migratory birds. The skipper will provide entertaining and informative commentary and point out different points of interest during our journey along the banks of the river

Plymouth & Garden Centre (£)

We travel to Plymouth with a stop at Endsleigh Garden Centre enroute. Plymouth has a fascinating naval history and is home to the Royal Naval Dockyard. Other points of interest include the Barbican area, Drake Island, and Plymouth Hoe, where Sir Francis Drake was reputedly playing bowls when the Spanish Armada was first sighted in 1588, as well as a busy town centre for you to explore at your leisure

Your Hotel

The Babbacombe Hotel is situated in a prime location on Babbacombe Downs, with stunning panoramic sea views across the bay. It offers an excellent restaurant and evening entertainment, and is a short walk from Babbacombe theatre