Combe Martin and Woolacombe named among best places for a second home
Combe Martin and Woolacombe have been named among the 30 best places for a second home in England.
The two North Devon villages feature in the list, which was published in The Times today.
Combe Martin, which placed fourth, was described by the newspaper as "a quiet and unspoilt village" and recommended for its traditional pubs, uncrowded beach and as an idyllic place for country walks.
Woolacombe, which ranked at 27, was praised for being perfect for young families and "lively with all the attractions of a seaside town but without the tacky arcades and pier".
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The paper also highlighted Woolacombe's wide variety of outdoor pursuits such as surfing, kite flying, horse riding and hiking.
Other towns based in the South West included within the list were Marazion and Treyarnon Bay in Cornwall, recommended for their beaches in particular.