What we love most about Devon
With hidden white-sand beaches, bright azure-blue waves, and farm-to-table haute cuisine, it’s no wonder Devon has earned its nickname as the English Riviera. History is sewn into the roots of this coastal region, and upon visiting you’ll unearth everything from salacious literary exploits to fishing town mysteries.
Two-night staying in a superb country house hotel set within a 28-acre estate in Devon, with panoramic views of the beautiful Exe estuary.
In the afternoon, take a private river cruise up the River Dart for a guided wine tasting with light lunch. Following this there will be an opportunity to take a walk around the picturesque and historical town of Dartmouth.
Discover the vineyards of Sussex on a full-day private wine tour, visiting three different estates and tasting award-winning wines. Meet the winemakers behind the bottles, hear their stories, their trials, and triumphs, and taste the fruits of their labour for yourself. You’ll also enjoy lunch in a quintessentially English pub, hidden in the winding country lanes of the home counties.
After breakfast why not enjoy a leisurely walk among the grounds. The Lady’s Walk is a circular route developed in 1760 which extends around the boundary of the estate,