With our wide range of self-catering caravans and chalets, you're sure to find something perfect for you. If our Reservations Team can be of any assistance, please give us a call! We'll be glad to assist.
Image shows: Two people looking at produce at an outdoor market
There's no shortage of food fests, farmers' markets, and other culinary events to whet your appetite and get your mouth watering this autumn in Devon.
There are loads of events and links to further information listed on our Local Events page, but here's a run through of the our top gastronomy-related picks!
These are all within easy reach of Devon Valley, making us your perfect springboard to all this and more.
Back for its 8th year, the Barbican and Sutton Harbour will be brought alive with entertainment, activities, and dishes that will celebrate the city's seafood.
The market town of Totnes plays host to Devon's biggest fine food farmers' market, with a huge range of produce from local producers. You can enjoy it on 15 Sep and 20 Oct 2019.
Street food at its best with locally sourced produced, served up at Piazza Terracina (20 Sep 2019) and Southernhay Gardens (27 Sep 2019).
From irresistible cakes to fresh fruit and veg, you'll find everything you expect and more at Kingsbridge Farmers' Market, which has 4 days this Autumn: 21 Sep, 5 Oct, 19 Oct, and 2 Nov 2019.
In its 8th year, the festival of food is held in the stunning ground of Powderham Castle, just outside of Exeter, on Sat/Sun 5 and 6 Oct 2019. Enjoy demonstrations by the best chefs of the region and sample culinary delights.
The popular festival attracts around 20,000 people each year and is a paradise for fans of great food - and there's a jam-packed programme of events, many of which are hosted by celebrated chefs.
Take a look at our Local Events for further information and links for all these events and more.
Thank you to Visit Devon for providing information on these events. We strongly recommend you follow links to these events before planning a special trip, as they may be modified or cancelled. Not all events are free.
Article originally published: 11 Sep 2019. Total views: 486.