Devon in December

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If you’re looking for a magical build up to Christmas and wanting to make your annual visit to meet Father Christmas that bit extra special this year then head for ‘Devon in December’ and make a festive weekend out of it, full of enchanting festive delights, magical experiences and fun-filled days for all the family.

Immerse yourself in the true magic of Christmas and enjoy some early seasonal family fun at some of the best visitor attractions in the UK. Be captivated by the most enchanting and unique ‘Meet Santa’ experiences and festive entertainment to be found anywhere. Enjoy delightful choices such as Breakfast or Afternoon tea with Santa, Sail with Santa, Santa by Steam, Santa in the Caves. Ride on the Polar Express or get festive at Woolly’s Winter Wonderland.  Step back into an Elizabethan or Victorian Christmas at one of Devon’s top stately homes or take part in a traditional interactive Nativity play, set in a cosy barn with authentic manger and real animals.

Stay for a few days at the accommodation of your choice, Devon has a huge variety located right across the county. Rent a cosy cottage or woodland lodge, a 5 star or festively decorated hotel with entertainment thrown in or maybe a holiday park with all facilities included. Devon caters for everyone and has a wide range accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets.

Foodie fans can enjoy some of the very best food there is in Devon. Eat and be merry with seasonal markets and local street-food indulgences through to top rated Michelin-starred restaurants, Devon has it all.

Do a bit of Christmas shopping and explore the county town of Exeter. Feel the festive magic whilst shopping at the popular Christmas Market located on the historic Cathedral Green which overlooks the magnificent Cathedral.

‘Devon in December’ is the place to be, if you want to put that extra special sparkle into your Christmas!

For where and how to book accommodation and other information on the county see www.visitdevon.co.uk