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Sprachcaffe Devon - English School


Description

Devon is located in the southwestern coast of England, and is also known as the "English Riviera", a place with beaches, marine strolls, Mediterranean atmosphere, subtropical vegetation and smooth breeze, and a place where most of the famous English fables originated. According to the legend, the kingdom of Avalon were located here, here is where Merlin the sorcerer lived, and where the goblins and the Baskerville hound still live. Exmouth is a perfect city, that mingle the beach oriented tourist and the one more interested in the inheritance of the "Merry Old England". The Sprachcaffe Languages PLUS building is in the city downtown.

Lodging
Sprachcaffe Devon - English School provides lodging in apartments (simple, but furnished with rustic enchantment), or in family houses. All the apartments are near the school, but if the student wishes to live among pines, olive and orange trees within the same complex, it’s suggested to make the request as soon as possible. The students share houses with 2, 3 or 4 rooms, bathroom and kitchens fully equipped. There are single and double rooms. There are two apartments categories according to the comfort degree. The students can also choose to live with an English family, in an all inclusive regime (breakfast, packed lunch and evening meal).

Academic
The Sprachcaffe Devon - English School training center is located in a beautiful recovered Edwardian building, located on the town square. The courses are: Standard (4 daily lessons, 20 per week) or Intensive (6 daily lessons, 30 per week). It also offers preparatory Courses for Cambridge Certificate, and a one-to-one course of 20 or 30 lessons per week of custom-built education. The maximum of students per class is 12.

Activities 
Sprachcaffe Devon - English School offers an ample variety of social, sport and cultural activities for the free time. Students can make trips to the city outskirts, the Dartmoor National Park or the Okehampton Park heath meadows; visit Moreton Hampstead and Buckfastleigh, with its characteristic stone houses ("cottages"); Grimspund (a Bronze Age settling) is also an interesting site. 
Exeter is the biggest city of Devon, and has many attractions, as the Norman cathedral, with its two towers, his ornamented west façade, the carved angels and the 14th century astronomical calendar. Near Exmouth rest the towns of Budleigh Salterton, East Budleigh and the colorful Sidmouth.