If you have ever been on luxury holiday cottages in Devon and taken a trip to the zoo you would have more than likely seen monkeys eating bananas. Well not anymore! Monkeys at Paignton zoo have now been banned from eating that tasty fruit – because they are too unhealthy.
Visitors to holiday cottages in Dartmouth
can look forward to taking more woodland walks over the next five years and beyond, thanks to a new woodland conservation plan from South Hams District Council.
The council has voted to start a new five-year management plan for woodland it is responsible for at Dartmouth Castle Estate.
Dartmouth is famous for being a quaint and picturesque setting on the western bank of the estuary of the River Dart. Lying within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the town of Dartmouth has plenty to offer for hungry visitors. There’s not just a fine selection of different holiday cottages in Dartmouth but restaurants and bistro’s for visitors to enjoy too. Here’s six of the best.
One of the first things you will notice when you stay in the holiday cottages South Devon Coast has is that apart from the unmeasurable beauty in the area, there is also a fantastic selection of fun-packed attractions in and around Dartmouth that are sure to provide you with fond memories over your vacation to this wonderful part of the country.
With the cottages in Devon by the beach being occupied by families all over the country to enjoy another magical Christmas, many will be looking for something to do with the children that will keep them entertained and of course to really get into the festive spirit we have just the thing.