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Price and Availability Index Paignton
Holiday Letting Price Information in Paignton
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Paignton. The most expensive prices are in July (28/07 - 04/08). Prices reach an average of £151 per night. Paignton is cheaper in a week of January (12/01 - 19/01), where prices are on average £80 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Paignton
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Paignton. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of August (04/08 - 11/08), as 77% of the rentals are booked. December (01/12 - 08/12) has got the highest percentage of available rentals.
The weather in Paignton
This is the climate diagram in Paignton. July is the warmest month of the year in Paignton with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 23°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Paignton, with temperatures going under 1°. January is the wettest month.
Book a Paignton holiday cottage for a terrific seaside holiday
Paignton holiday cottages are generally more flexible alternatives to hotels and can also be more economical. Those who book a Paignton holiday cottage can visit some of the best beach resorts in southern England for a lovely seaside holiday. Furthermore, you can check out zoos, water parks, museums, stunning gardens and other historic sites at Paignton and Torbay.
Sightseeing around Devon
Paignton is an ideal base from which to make excursions to Torquay and Brixham in Torbay. Torquay alone has plenty of highlights among which is the Babbicombe Model Village that includes award-winning landscaped gardens set alongside a miniature village. Visitors can also visit Cockington Court, which has expansive country park, Living Coasts zoo and the Torre Abbey museum that showcases interactive exhibits and an intriguing art collection.
You can take boats trips from Paignton to Brixham. Brixham has some great coastal landscapes at the Berry Head National Nature Reserve. Brixham Battery Heritage Centre is a fascinating abandoned bunker that now includes a military museum.
No trip to Paignton would be complete without a trip on the Dartmouth Steam Railway that runs from Paignton to Dartmouth (Kingswear). Visitors can then do the Round Robin tour from Dartmouth with boat trips to Totnes along the River Dart. Or you can visit Dartmouth Castle at the Dart Estuary.
Seasonal Paignton festivals
The annual Paignton Regatta in August is one of the biggest Torbay festivals. This is a week of seaside fun and frolics that includes fireworks and concerts. The regatta also includes Beat the Tide sandcastle games.
Or check out Paignton’s Occombe Beer Festival in June. There you can drink the Paignton beer along with cider and Pimms. Live music concerts are also played at the festival.
Destinations to visit in Paignton
Paignton Zoo includes more than 2,000 animals. The zoo has six wildlife habitats such as the Wetlands and Savannah that include rhinos, giraffes, flamingos, cheetahs, tigers and lions.
Compton Castle is a National Trust heritage site in Devon. This is a fortified manor that incorporates turrets, portcullis, towers and parapets.
Splashdown Quaywest Water Park
Splashdown Quaywest Waterpark is a water park at Goodrington Sands, Paignton. It includes thrilling water slides such as the Corkscrew, Surf Lagoon, Wild Kamikaze and The Screamer.
Paignton Pier is a traditional seaside pier that expands 240 metres from the promenade. The pier includes arcades, café, bouncy castles, bumper cars and trampolines.
Torquay is the largest Torbay town and perhaps the primary resort of the English Riviera. There visitors can soak up the sun at expansive beaches such as Abbey Sands, Meadfoot Beach and Shaldon Beach along the Torquay promenade.
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