Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Devon
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Situated in the South West of England, close to other popular tourist destinations such as Cornwall, Devon has long been a favourite holiday spot and with such a huge choice of places to visit it is little wonder. The historic county, once known as Devonshire, has plenty of attractions, a thriving harbour industry and spectacular, unspoilt, natural sites with several areas that have been designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Well known for its rugged moorlands, pretty villages and quaint chocolate box cottages, Devon is a must–see holiday destination. Read More
A self contained holiday apartment located just off the harbour side in the pretty fishing town of Brixham in South Devon. Just a short stroll from shops, pubs, restaurants, the harbour and beach.
A Grade II listed thatched holiday cottage nestling within the lovely village of Tuckenhay in the beautiful South Hams, on the fringes of Dartmoor in Devon.
This centuries-old holiday cottage is located on the beautiful coastline of South Devon, between the popular sailing resorts of Salcombe and Dartmouth and within walking distance of the beach.
Part of a Listed Regency building, this self catering holiday cottage offers the perfect place for a seaside holiday. It is within walking distance of the beautiful coastal town of Dartmouth, offering excellent restaurants, shops and pubs.</
Faithful is a beautiful converted boat providing stylish holiday accommodation in Dartmouth. A unique holiday experience with plenty to watch in the harbour and excellent ameneties on the doorstep inclusive of the use of the nearby spa. 4 Star.
With log burner, whirlpool bath and four poster bed, this 4 Star holiday cottage is ideal for couples wanting a romantic break or family holiday. Located in South Devon, between Salcombe and Dartmouth and under a mile from the village pub and beach. 4 Star.
A delightful 4 Star, holiday cottage located in an AONB in South Devon between Salcombe and Dartmouth. Under a mile from Beesands village with beach and gastro pub that are both dog friendly. 4 Star.
A delightful 4 Star, holiday cottage that accepts up to 2 dogs which is located in an AONB in South Devon between Salcombe and Dartmouth. Under a mile from Beesands village with beach and gastro pub that are both dog friendly. 4 Star.
A cosy, 4 Star, holiday cottage with log burner located between Salcombe and Dartmouth, in an AONB in South Devon. Just a mile from Beesands village with beach and gastro pub & ideal for couples or families. 4 Star.
Located in an AONB in South Devon between Salcombe and Dartmouth, this character 4 Star holiday cottage is ideal for parties of up to six and under a mile from Beesands village with beach & gastro pub. 4 Star.
Located in a lovely position within an AONB in South Devon between Salcombe and Dartmouth, this holiday home is available for July and August. Just one mile from Beesands village with beach and gastro pub.
Just 1 mile from the popular seaside town of Seaton & 10 mins drive from Lyme Regis/Sidmouth this comfortable holiday cottage with fabulous views offers the perfect base to explore the beautiful countryside & beaches of East Devon & West Dorset. 4 Star.
In an enviable position between Dawlish and Starcross in South Devon, this holiday cottage is just a two minute drive from the beautiful sandy beach.
An exceptional Victorian holiday home in the heart of the quiet Devon village of Bratton Fleming. Incredibly stylish and beautifully presented, this is an ideal place for two families to enjoy a holiday together (available for 8 weeks in the summer).
Set in a beautiful location only a short walk from Woolacombe Bay with its famous three mile Blue flag sandy beach and good selection of pubs and restaurants. Ideal for friends or families who want to holiday together by the sea.
Centrally located between Dartmoor and Exmoor, this charming holiday cottage is ideal for touring and walking holidays and perfect for those looking for a peaceful retreat amongst beautiful rolling Devon countryside.
Located in a desirable unspoilt area of Devon, with exceptional views, this spacious holiday cottage provides a perfect base for relaxing amongst beautiful countryside or exploring Devon and its many delights.
A barn conversion has many original features providing studio style, spacious holiday accommodation for two adults (plus one child). Ideal for couples who want to explore the north and south coasts of Devon along with Dartmoor and Exmoor.
Beautifully presented with exposed beams and wood burning stove, this delightful holiday cottage affords fantastic views over the surrounding Blackdown Hills. There are excellent country walks directly from the cottage and the Jurassic Coast is within easy reach. 4 Star.
On the Somerset/Devon Borders, this holiday cottage provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions that these two counties have to offer. Adjoining a nature reserve and with a hot tub, this is the ideal place to relax. 5 Star.
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Discover Devon as a county
There are two national parks in Devon and these should be on everyone’s list on things to see when they visit. The Dartmoor National Park offers something for everyone. Aside from the magnificent views Dartmoor provides, visitors can also explore the local wildlife; tourists can watch the Dartmoor ponies run wild or see if they recognise any of the scenes from movies such as The War Horse, which was filmed in the area. Moreover, Dartmoor has many archaeological sites to visit, so it is a magnificent place for anyone who enjoys exploring or digging up history.
The breath-taking sites of Exmoor National Park have to be seen to be believed. This spectacular park, which spans more than 250 square miles, provides a unique combination of farmlands, rugged moorlands, valleys and so much more. While in Exmoor, why not take time to see the Landacre medieval bridge or the beautiful Exmoor ponies?
Exeter is at the very centre of Devon and its magnificent Cathedral attracts tourists from afar, as do the beautiful rolling Blackdown Hills and the famous Jurassic coast, which has been named a World Heritage Site. The diverse coastline of Devon makes an ideal place for tourists that like their outdoor activities such as walking and water sports. From the pebble beaches of East Devon with pretty fishing villages such as Beer; to the golden sands of Ilfracombe and Croyde on the North coast and the much loved South Hams area on the South coast, Devon has plenty to offer beach lovers. The vast, clear blue seas are great for surfing or sailing and Devon is also home to many shipwrecks, so if you enjoy diving, you’ll find plenty of sites to explore under the Devon seas.
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