Devon Supporters

manonabeach® is proud to have financial support from the following businesses in Devon, listed by supported beach page.  Please use the send your answer menu  or email to find out more.  Click on each Supporter’s banner, below here, to learn about their business.  Also, see what the beach means to them, above their banner.

Benefits to new and renewing Supporters now include the following:

  • access to beach lovers in largely urban areas (24% London) who are looking forward to their return to your area and to enjoying your services and online products, with hundreds of thousands of hits to the site and being seen in 144 countries.
  • access to 2,000+ films from the archive, including over 1,250 narrative interviews, to use in your social media for customer retention and in your blog, like this example.  Why not use the manonabeach® question to engage with your customers?
  • a complimentary manonabeach® Interview Highlights DVD, to use in your business at your discretion, either in-house or for your customers.

Seaton, Beer, Branscombe and Budleigh Salterton:

Pitt Farm Cottages

Dawlish Warren and stays menu:

“What does the beach mean to you…?”

Fun and Friends.

Kerri, at Langstone Cliff Hotel, below:

Langstone Cliff Hotel

Woolacombe,and Saunton Sands:

Slapton Sands:

Buckland Court Holiday Cottages

Croyde Bay:

“What does the beach mean to you…?”

Being on a beach by the ocean means being part of nature’s force. The salty air, the light, the vastness of the open sky and the feel of the cool water as you dive through the waves and swim out invigorates us all…from the youngest to the oldest.   Combine all those wonderful elements with a place we are lucky to call home and Croyde means the best place to be, whatever the season. When new visitors book into our B&B or beach cottages, and take their first stroll on the beach, they soon fall under Croyde’ s magic spell.

Jenny, at Croyde Breaks, below:

Croyde Breaks

Hope Cove:

“What does the beach mean to you…?”

The beach means freedom, a breathing space, that early morning walk ‘to get the paper’, is really just an excuse to feel in touch with nature and the elements in all its moods.

Sue, at Kittiwake, below:


Blackpool Sands:

Bumble Grove


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