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DAY 4 (BB) - Breakfast followed by a mid morning check-out and departure from the hotel with the remainder of the day at leisure for you to plan your day to coincide with your journey home. Don't miss the wide open expanses of the Blackdown Hills offer an ideal hunting ground for old-fashioned wide-open roads because the A0NB (area of outstanding natural beauty) is based on a high flat plateau, which is why they built so many aerodromes up there in World War II. The often empty two lane road which leads from Wellington Monument east to join the B3170 is one of the best as it curves south between its beautiful beech hedges to eventually join the overly busy A303.

DAY 1 (HB) - Check-in at the 4 Star Lincombe Hall Hotel is after 3pm so the day is at leisure for you to plan and enjoy depending on where you are coming from in the UK.  After check-in why not spend a little time enjoying the hotels leisure facilities which includes a heated indoor and outdoor pool both with hot tubs. Alternately just enjoy a cup or tea or coffee in the comfort of your room or take a short stroll into Torquay. Dinner is included tonight in the hotel.


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DAY 2 (HB) - Breakfast followed by the day at leisure to explore the local area. The English Riviera is famous for its outstanding beaches, with many of them holding the Blue Flag for cleanliness. But you won’t just find sea and sand here, the region has a reputation for excellent cuisine and a range of attractions, festivals and events.

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DAY 3 (HB) - At leisure touring Devon before returning to the hotel for dinner.

Meal Basis - BB = Bed & Breakfast / HB = Dinner, Bed & Breakfast

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South Devon has a rich maritime and cultural heritage, and from the Agatha Christie festival to the Dartmouth Regatta, there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether you’re a sleuther or a sailor.

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