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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

50.799020, -3.069536
2 Hillview Cottage
3111

A cosy 'country' cottage in the pretty East Devon village of Dalwood, near Axminster within the picturesque Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A great touring base for couples and small families who want to explore Devon and its many attractions. 

From £320 to £500 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
50.244274, -3.812206
Hope Thatch
1643

A quintessential thatched 'chocolate box' holiday cottage in the delightful South Devon village of Malborough, between Salcombe and Hope Cove. Just two miles from stunning beaches and walking distance to the village pubs. 

From £425 to £1095 per week
Sleeps 5+2
(3 bedrooms)
50.879210, -3.108121
Apple Loft
3211

Stylish throughout, this well presented self-catering apartment is a super choice for couples who want to relax and unwind in a peaceful setting amongst the beauty of the Blackdown Hills. Within easy reach of the Jurassic Coast guests can enjoy wonderful walks and fantastic views on the doorstep. 

From £300 to £550 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
50.879210, -3.108121
Weathervane Cottage
418

A single storey self catering holiday cottage with exposed beams and a wood burning stove. Relax and unwind on the patio overlooking the surrounding peaceful countryside of the Blackdown Hills. Excellent local walking, plenty of attractions to visit in Devon, Dorset and also Somerset, and lovely beaches on the Jurassic Coast close by. 4 Star. 

From £350 to £975 per week
Sleeps 5
(3 bedrooms)
50.298417, -3.701062
Kingfisher Cottage
1047

Luxury holiday cottage converted from an 18th Century barn within the beautiful South Hams area of South Devon near Kingsbridge and Dartmouth and close to award winning beaches. 

From £475 to £1325 per week
Sleeps 6+1
(3 bedrooms)
50.879210, -3.108121
Meadow Cottage
417

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. A great base for exploring the counties of Devon, Dorset and Somerset with a wealth of attractions for day trips out. 4 Star. 

From £350 to £875 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
50.879210, -3.108121
Garden Cottage
416

Exposed beams and a wood burning stove add to the charm of this self catering holiday cottage – perfect for a romantic retreat. Located in peaceful unspoilt countryside with glorious views of the surrounding Blackdown Hills. Close to the Jurassic Coast and an abundance of attractions in Devon, Somerset and Dorset. 4 Star. 

From £300 to £550 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
50.875561, -4.030962
The Hayloft
3414

With a fabulous 'spa' in the grounds for a bubble in the hot tub or steam in the sauna, this stylish apartment for two is perfect for couples looking to get away from it all. Nestling amongst the beautiful rolling countryside of mid Devon, the area is a walkers/cyclists paradise located on the Tarka Trail and ideal as a touring base. 

From £520 to £660 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
50.725323, -3.066232
Bryher
1230

Just one mile from the popular seaside town of Seaton and ten minutes in the car from Lyme Regis in one direction and Sidmouth in the other, this comfortable holiday cottage with fabulous views offers the perfect base to explore the beautiful countryside and beaches of East Devon and West Dorset. Spend your days exploring the coastal path, fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast, relaxing by the sea or discovering Devon's many attractions. 4 Star. 

From £450 to £1200 per week
Sleeps 4
(2 bedrooms)
50.881481, -4.145606
Berry Farmhouse
3480

Enjoying a stunning setting amongst North Devon's glorious rolling countryside, this impressive large farmhouse with seven bedrooms, kitchen with Aga and big dining table seating all provides the perfect venue for large groups of friends and families. Plenty of space inside and out to relax, wonderful views and a good central base for exploring the areas many attractions, moors and beaches. 

From £1350 to £2950 per week
Sleeps 16
(7 bedrooms)
51.186024, -4.034890
Lower Mill at Wheel Farm
3423

A romantic 'bolt-hole' just for two, Lower Mill is one of a collection of Four Star cottages ideally placed just two miles from the lovely beach of Combe Martin on the North Devon Coast. Excellent on-site facilities include extensive grounds to relax, an indoor swimming pool, sauna and all-weather tennis court. 4 Star. 

From £353 to £671 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
50.875561, -4.030962
Zingaro Wagon
3416

Offering a more 'unique' self-catering experience, Zingaro Wagon is perfect for couples or small families looking for a fun holiday exploring Devon and its many attractions. Beautifully hand-crafted, this wooden wagon offers glamping in a luxury fashion with the use of a hot tub and sauna for relaxation. Sitting in mid Devon amongst glorious countryside, Zingaro is perfect for chilling or exploring. 

From £550 to £675 per week
Sleeps 2+2
(1 bedroom)
50.912421, -3.868351
Kings Arms House
3351

Sitting right in the heart of Devon in the pretty ancient town of Chulmleigh with pubs and shops on the doorstep, this attractive holiday home provides comfy accommodation for large groups of up to nine. A great base for exploring the north and south coasts, Dartmoor and Exmoor and the areas many attractions. 

From £650 to £1750 per week
Sleeps 7-9
(4 bedrooms)
51.105145, -4.168613
Coastal Way Cottage
3344

Comfortable and well presented throughout, Coastal Way Cottage is a family friendly holiday home located on the edge of the pretty Devonshire village of Braunton in North Devon. With cafes, pubs and the country's largest network of sand dunes, Braunton is a popular seaside destination and close to Croyde, Woolacombe and Ilfracombe. Stunning sandy beaches, glorious coastal walks, beautiful bike rides and great golf. 

From £350 to £950 per week
Sleeps 6
(3 bedrooms)
50.897655, -3.488383
Collipriest Cottage
3343

Located close to Exeter on the edge of the Devonshire market town of Tiverton in Mid Devon, this impressive large holiday home is perfect for spending time or celebrating with friends and family. Conveniently located, the North and South Devon coasts, Dartmoor, Exmoor and an abundance of attractions are within easy reach. 

From £0 to £1950 per week
Sleeps 10
(5 bedrooms)
51.167550, -3.986952
Ford Hill Cottage
3036

Sitting on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, this beautifully presented holiday cottage is an ideal choice for anyone wanting to explore the North Devon Coastline and its stunning sandy beaches with Combe Martin, Croyde and Woolacombe (amongst others) within easy reach. 

From £425 to £1075 per week
Sleeps 6
(3 bedrooms)
51.127780, -4.227668
Oyster Cove
2960

An ideal coastal retreat in the heart of the popular North Devon village of Croyde. Just a short stroll from the village with shops and pubs and the surfing beach is a short walk away over the dunes. 

From £425 to £1275 per week
Sleeps 8
(3 bedrooms)
51.183028, -4.131267
Higher Mullacott Farmhouse
3385

Full of country charm, this gorgeous self-catering farmhouse oozes character and is perfectly placed just a mile from the coastal Devonshire town of Ilfracombe. Available for the peak eight summer weeks only, you can enjoy a taste of country life by the sea with stunning beaches and an abundance of attractions nearby as well as wonderful walks. 

From £0 to £2350 per week
Sleeps 10
(5 bedrooms)
50.486519, -3.594132
Long Barn
860

Nestling in a beautiful sleepy hamlet, are four exceptional self catering holiday cottages (accommodating parties of 2 - 13) with original character and excellent facilities including an indoor swimming pool. Close to Torquay on the South Devon coast this is an ideal place for a relaxing holiday by the sea with plenty of attractions within easy reach. 4 Star Gold. 

From £1450 to £3550 per week
Sleeps 13
(6 bedrooms)
50.855459, -3.151905
Honeysuckle Cottage
820

Located in an oasis of peace and tranquility within the beautiful Blackdown Hills in East Devon, this romantic self catering holiday cottage provides superb holiday accommodation with its own private hot tub to help you truly unwind after you have been exploring, walking or cycling! 

From £425 to £770 per week
Sleeps 2
(1 bedroom)
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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? There are plenty of attractions to visit for the whole family including many that are dog-friendly.

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 including water sports. There are miles of coastal paths to explore making Devon a perfect holiday destination for walkers and dog owners. 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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