Holiday Cottages in Devon

Our Devon Holiday Cottages are hand-picked by our local team of property experts you can trust. Whether you’re looking for a cosy lodge for two, a family house overlooking the beach or a rustic barn on the Moors to stargaze, we have something for you. With our flexible booking policy, our self-catering Devon homes are available for short breaks or long, relaxing holidays, the choice is yours. 

The Devon coast is second to none and attracts thousands of visitors every year. The best part of the Devon coast is that North, South and East are all distinct from one another, yet equally beautiful. Our coastal properties in Devon put you right on the doorstep of the stunning blue Devonshire sea, whether you’re seeking the world-class surf on the North coast, the unique geology of the ancient East coast, or the bustling seaside towns of the South. We have hundreds of lovely, unique cottages spread across some of Devon’s prime coastal spots, including Woolacombe, Westward Ho!, Combe Martin, Saunton Sands, Shaldon, Croyde, Lynmouth, Beer, plus many, many more.

We also have an excellent range of Devon holiday cottages in the countryside, should hiking in the hills and exploring quaint little rural villages be more your thing. With properties near Exmoor, Dartmoor National Park and the Blackdown Hills, the amazing Devon countryside is yours to explore. Check out our dog-friendly cottages also, if bringing along your four-legged friend to join you on your rambles sounds like fun. 

Looking for a little bit of luxury? We have a range of luxury Devon homes that come equipped with special features such as hot tubs, open fires and private gardens. Spread across the county, our luxury holiday cottages have the very best views also, from expansive open skies to windows that open straight out onto the sea. Make your Devon escape one to remember in one of these amazing homes. 

Things To Do in Devon

It’s no secret that you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to fun days out while in Devon. Starting with the coast, Devon is world-renowned for its amazing waves and watersports. Head to the North coast to try your dab hand at surfing, whether you’re a seasoned professional or a first-timer. There are plenty of surf schools in Devon for you to book a lesson within our cottage locations such as Woolacombe, Putsborough, Saunton Sands and Croyde.  But Devon doesn’t just offer surfing when it comes to getting in the water and there are plenty of opportunities to try paddleboarding, snorkelling and boating, particularly along the South coast where boats litter the shores of Salcombe and the water is buzzing with marine life.

If stepping back into the past is your thing, be sure to visit East Devon, where a stretch of the coastline joins up with Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. A particular highlight is the mighty Triassic Rock in Exmouth, the impressive red cliffs that were formed here over 200 million years ago. Another on land activity that might just take your fancy is a stroll along the South West Coastal Path. Our local team in Devon have been teamed up with the SWCP to help give back to an organisation that gives so much to the local area. The path runs for 630 miles, from Minehead on the edge of Exmoor to the shores of Poole Harbour and offers the ultimate challenge for the long-distance walker or anyone wanting a more leisurely ramble. It's described as one of the best walking routes in the world and well worth exploring when in Devon. 

When you’re not out and about in the fresh air, or in need of some good grub, Devon has some of the best food and drink spots in England. From scrumptious pasties to Devonshire ice cream and the freshest crab, you and all your holiday guests will be fit to burst by the time you leave! There are also lots of unique things to do in Devon too, from visiting local works of art to luxury private beaches and fun walking trails. You can read about these and lots more local tips in our Devon Travel Guide, which is here to help you plan your perfect Devon holiday.



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