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.
Located in a beautiful area, this comfortable well presented holiday cottage is located only four miles from the spectacular Jurassic Heritage Coastline in Devon. Ideal for those who enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding or lazing on the beach. Guests have the use of an outdoor heated swimming pool. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Briny Cottage sits right in the heart of Dartmouth's historic harbour side town, within the picturesque South Hams area of South Devon. Step out of the front door and wander to the shops, beach, galleries and abundance of cafes, pubs and restaurants. An excellent base for exploring the areas many attractions and perfect for couples (one or two) and family holidays.
A few minutes walk from the golden sands of Exmouth beach, Sunnydeck is a fresh, modern ground floor apartment sleeping two guests in one spacious bedroom. Exmouth is a fantastic choice for a Devon holiday with the beach, estuary, nature reserves and excellent walks like the Jurassic Coast Footpath all on your doorstep. There are endless opportunities for walking, swimming, sailing and cycling, and with good public transport links nearby you don't need a car to enjoy it all. Guests love that there are great bars and eateries nearby. Stop by The Phoenix for a lazy lunchtime drink, or treat yourself to a meal at The Point with great waterfront views and even better steaks. Exeter, Sidmouth, Dawlish and Budleigh Salterton are just a few of the choices for a fun day out, making Sunnydeck a popular choice for couples who want to see and do it all.
Situated in a peaceful position in East Devon, Willow Cottage nestles amongst the glorious countryside of the Blackdown Hills, and is a romantic retreat which boasts its own private hot tub - simply relax and soak up the stunning scenery whilst you bubble your aches away.
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!
Nestling amidst the beautiful rolling Blackdown Hills in East Devon, this welcoming holiday cottage is a great choice for those seeking a taste of country life with lovely walks and cycle rides on the doorstep and a hydrotherapy spa to relax in when you return back 'home'.
Sitting in a tranquil position amongst the beautiful Black Down Hills AONB, this pretty beamed holiday cottage affords lovely views which can be enjoyed from the hot tub. Superb facilities and a beautiful setting make this the perfect retreat for a relaxing holiday in East Devon. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
In an enviable position equidistant from Dawlish and Starcross in South Devon, this charming holiday cottage is just a two minute drive from the beautiful sandy beach. Sleeps two to six with discount for couples or parties of four.
A beautifully presented Four Star dog-friendly holiday cottage ideally placed in a tranquil setting in the popular South Hams area of Devon, near to Slapton Village with its glorious beach. A great location for visiting the many attractions and beautiful beaches of South Devon. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Located in the small hamlet of Poughill and set in the heart of beautiful Mid-Devon, this character barn conversion has immense character and provides spacious accommodation for large groups of up to ten. Perfect for relaxing, using as a base to explore Devon or getting together with friends and family.
With lots of extra special touches, The Garden Cottage is a wonderful bolt-hole for two available to rent from early spring through to November. A beautiful scenic countryside setting and convenient location make this an ideal retreat for exploring the many attractions of Devon (including the coast!), Somerset and even Cornwall.
A fantastic stylish barn conversion in a quiet backwater of the Devonshire village of Braunton on the North Devon coastline. Fantastic beaches within a five minute drive and a good choice of pubs and restaurants within walking distance, along with plenty of attractions within easy reach.
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.
A delightful quaint holiday cottage providing a peaceful retreat amongst beautiful rolling countryside just fifteen minutes from Bideford and ten minutes from North Devon's glorious beaches. Perfect for a relaxing holiday and an excellent base for exploring the many attractions of the area. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
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.
Four holiday cottages that are beautifully positioned in a peaceful hamlet a few miles inland from Torquay in South Devon. Facilities include indoor swimming pool. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A picture postcard thatched holiday cottage sitting in a pretty village outside Barnstaple with beautiful valley views. Superb country walks from the doorstep, a pub a short stroll away serving food and plenty of attractions within easy reach including North Devon's golden beaches.
High on a hill, surrounded by fields with no neighbours or passing traffic this holiday cottage provides a romantic rural retreat ideal for relaxing or exploring the many attractions that Devon has to offer. An adjacent fishing pond is located opposite for guests' use. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Sitting in an elevated hillside position surrounded by rolling Devonshire countryside, this cosy welcoming self-catering retreat provides a piece of tranquility with no passing traffic to interrupt. A good base for exploring Devon's many attractions including the Blackdown Hills, coast and even Exmoor. On-site fishing for guests.
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 English Riviera and South Hams areas 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.