Browse our 'Top 10 Recommendations' lists for South West England to find hotels and weekend breaks, places to visit and things to do. Ideas include museums, rainy days out, parks, galleries, views, cathedrals and railway journeys.
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Top 10 Recommended Travelodges in South West England

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Travelodges in South West England
These Travelodges are recommended for their location within South West England. Click through to their listings to see mapping and things to do locally.

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Very close to St Ives Bay and St. Ives by The Land's End Peninsula (The Penwith Peninsula) in south west Cornwall. St Michael's Mount and Land's End are within easy driving distance. Top local beaches. Walk the South West Coast Path here, too.

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Plymouth is a superb city. On the Devon/Cornwall border in South West England, it's in a cracking location to explore Dartmoor National Park, South Devon AONB, Tamar Valley AONB and the eastern section of the Cornwall AONB.

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Well known Dorset seaside holiday destination. The Travelodge is a short walk from the beach. The Isle of Purbeck is to the south west and the New Forest National Park to the north east.

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Great base from which to explore the Cotswolds AONB. The Travelodge is just off the M5 with Gloucester close by.

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Dartmoor National Park. Where the only two mountains in southern England offer superb views over Dartmoor and Cornwall and towards Exmoor National Park.

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Close to the east Cornwall coast. Top Cornwall attractions including The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan close by.

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Amazing location in the heart of Bristol City. Bristol Cathedral and the SS Great Britain, the Arnolfini and Cabot Tower all nearby.

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Again, a cracking location in the centre of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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North Devon. Click through to our summary guide for North Devon to discover its amazing beaches and coastline.

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Just down the road from Stonehenge World Heritage Site. A great base from which to explore many of Wiltshire's attractions.