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Planning a family staycation?

Planning a family staycation?

Five things to think about

Whether it's your first trip as a family, or you are looking to raise the bar on previous holidays, we can help. Here are some top tips and a handy checklist to help you plan the ultimate 'homegrown holiday' for your family...

How to Hygge (Or the Art of Care-Free Comfort)

How to Hygge (Or the Art of Care-Free Comfort)

Fall Into Winter

There is not an English equivalent word for hygge—the closest would be perhaps, comfort. It doesn’t quite work though. We may seek comfort, or a chair might be comfortable. We may even have a comfortable life, but this isn’t the same as hygge. Hygge is the ultimate benefit of comfort. The indescribable sense of “hmmm lovely”. It’s the feel-good x factor. In Denmark...

Things to Do on Your Stag and Hen Do in Woolacombe Bay

Things to Do on Your Stag and Hen Do in Woolacombe Bay

Woolacombe Bay has something for everyone, and it is a popular spot for brides and grooms who want to celebrate in style before the big day. Woolacombe Bay Hotel regularly welcomes groups large and small, but what exactly is there to do at the hotel and in the area? Here are some of the best ideas for brides and grooms to be in and around Woolacombe Bay....

24 Idyllic Hours in Woolacombe Bay | Staycation Ideas

24 Idyllic Hours in Woolacombe Bay | Staycation Ideas

24 hours of pure relaxed enjoyment, enough to give your mind, body and soul a much-needed refresh. Located next to one of the UK’s most beautiful beaches, with its golden sands stretching for three miles surrounded by luscious north Devon countryside, Woolacombe Bay Hotel is a perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle for a day or two....

Why Visiting Devon in Autumn is Better Than in Summer

Why Visiting Devon in Autumn is Better Than in Summer

Autumn is sneaky. In late august we’re chasing down ice cream vans (a side effect of double glazing) – and then, suddenly – the trees change. Or that’s how it seems. The change is gradual, little by little. And, because we’re busy raving about summer, often we don’t notice autumn until leaves drop on our head.  ...