Where to go in Devon
Things To Do In Devon In A Limousine
Home to the English Riviera and numerous iconic travel and holiday destinations, Devon holds pride of place in many people’s hearts as a top rated domestic vacation hot spot. Moreover, it’s not hard to see why. Devon after all, is host to everything from authentic 16th century galleons, to Babbacombe Model Village, a miniature marvel secreted away in over 4 acres of award wining gardens. Limo Hire Devon provided by Limo King Limo Hire therefore provides visitors to Devon with the ultimate and definitely most stylish way to get out and about in Devonshire, regardless of how much time you might have to spare.
Night out in Devon
Night Out in Devon
Planning a special night out? Limo Hire Devon has a fleet of visually spectacular stretch Limousines and stretch Hummers which turn getting to and from harbor nights out in Torquay into party experiences in themselves.
Alternatively, if you are treating little ones to a special trip to out and about in Devon, Limo King’s limo hire Devon services make getting to and from places like Paignton Zoo, and Kent’s Caverns prehistoric cave system, just as magical as the attractions themselves.
Feeling even more adventurous? With Limo King’s limo hire Devon services you set the destination and we take you where you want to go in the best style possible. Whether then, you feel like slaying a dragon or two at Okehampton’s one and only Dragon Archery Center, or whether you plan on whisking someone special off for a day and night out around the Barbican in Plymouth, make sure to call on Limo King to make sure that your day or night out really is one to remember.
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Arrive in Style
For tourists in the meanwhile, Limo King’s limo hire Devon services make the perfect way to arrive in style at places like Woolacombe Beach (voted one of the UK’s finest) and Sea Safari excursion points in just as picturesque Ilfracombe. Even better though, why not travel back in time in your stretch limousine by visiting Bygones Museum in Torquay, or the quintessentially English country marvel that is Cockington Country Park & Gardens?