Salcombe Harbour Hotel, Salcombe, South Devon

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Salcombe Harbour Hotel, Salcombe, South Devon

Why stay in this location and hotel?

One of the most beautiful towns in the UK, waterpsorts, glorious coastal walking and food and drink. Salcombe is located on The Salcombe Kingsbridge Estuary. In sunny weather, the location is reminiscent of the Mediterranean. A low tide strip of blond sand lines one side of the estuary. Boats, ferries, sea kayaks and paddle boards move along and across the water. An essential UK holiday experience.

To help you choose Salcombe Harbour Hotel for its location, we've listed some of the local attractions below. Cherry pick for a short break. Try to visit all if you're on holiday in South Devon. Scroll through the photo gallery to see images of what you can do around Salcombe Harbour Hotel. We include photographs of the hotel as well.


The Salcombe Kingsbridge Estuary

This is one of the great UK holiday destinations. Salcombe Harbour Hotel overlooks the estuary.


Boat trips and watersports

Take ferries and boat trips along the estuary or out to sea. Sea kayak, sail or just enjoy one of the beaches and go for a swim.


Enjoy amazing local beaches

At low tide, stunning beaches line the estuary. We'd recommend taking the passenger ferry to East Portlemouth and wandering along the sand towards the sea. Return on the South West Coast Path.


South West Coast Path

The coastal walking at Salcombe is exceptional. Follow the path to South Sands and Sharp Tor


The Jetty Restaurant

Fine dining with a view. The Jetty is Salcombe Harbour Hotel's restaurant. It doesn't get much better than this.


Overbeck's and other National Trust and English Heritage properties

Visit Overbeck's by South Sands. Coleton Fishacre and Greenway are also superb.


Soar Mill Cove and Hope Cove to Bantham, Bigbury-on-Sea and Burgh Island

Discover the coast west of Salcombe. Bantham Beach and Burgh Island are particularly impressive at low tide.


Start Bay

This vast bay arcs from Dartmouth down to Start Point. It's lined with pretty villages and top shingle beaches. Try Blackpool Sands.



Along with Salcombe, Dartmouth is essential visiting. It's just up the coast from Blackpool Sands.



You'll see Dartmoor's south moor in the distance when you explore the Salcombe area. Head for Ashburton and the Dart Gorge.

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