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Wow your Partner with These Devon Romantic Spots

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If you are planning a romantic holiday for two in Devon, you are to be congratulated, as this is perhaps the most romantic county in England, and in order to help you plan the details of the trip, here are the top 5 romantic spots to take your partner when visiting Devon.

1. Dartmoor – The very mention of the word Dartmoor conjures up rolling green fields and colourful forests, where you can both enjoy long walks, and in the evening, you can take a hamper and both watch the stars from a nice vantage point. Dartmoor is accessible from every direction and you will never manage to experience the many great hiking trails, as there are far too many. Make sure to check out some articles containing full of information about the best places to see in Dartmoor, which is bound to help you with the planning.

2. Croyde – This sleepy little coastal village has everything you could possibly need for a romantic getaway, and with online agencies that have Croyde holiday cottages for rent, you can book a luxury self-catering cottage which gives you all the privacy and seclusion you need. Aside from the long stretch of beach, there are quaint little pubs where you and your partner can sit and enjoy fine ales and, of course, the local cuisine.

3. Salcombe – Another great place for hopeless romantics, Salcombe has long been a favourite destination for the rich and famous, and with long walks along the beachfront, you can enjoy the sunrise and sunset in a fabulous setting. There are a few nice little pubs near the harbour, where you can both enjoy cosy surroundings, while sampling some of the local real ale.

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4. Clovelly – Any place with the word l-o-v-e in its name simply has to be romantic, and Clovelly is no exception. The quaint cobble streets lead up to the harbour, and you can spend some time exploring the few pubs and tea rooms, while also walking on the cliffs above the village. In the evenings, the local pubs are a lively place to spend some time, and there’s a quaint market once a week that you should visit.

5. The Valley of Rocks – Located near Lynton, the Valley of Rocks is a splendid natural feature that offers breath-taking views, and on a clear day, you can see the South Wales coastline. Walk among the few wild goats that roam this part of the coast, and with such great scenery, you have the perfect backdrop, should you decide to pop the question!

If you would like to plan the perfect romantic getaway for you and your partner, you can book a romantic self-catering cottage in Croyde, which is ideally located. With a fully equipped luxury cottage all to yourselves, you can stock up with wine, champagne and chocolates and have a truly romantic holiday that will remain etched in both your memories for a very long time.