Coastal Cottages in Devon

With a truly spectacular coastline along both the North and the South of the region, Devon is easily one of the UK’s best-loved holiday destinations for a seaside getaway. Our collection of hand-picked cottages along the Devon coast are ideally placed to ensure that a dip in the sea is never more than a stone’s throw away! So, if you are keen to get straight into the action, be sure to browse our properties that rest within a mile of the beach and get ready to take your place in the sun.

The sheer variety of accommodation available on the Devon coast makes the region a highly inclusive destination, which offers a unique holiday experience for all kinds of visitors. Several of the region’s beaches welcome dogs throughout the year and there are hundreds of cottages on the Devon coast that accommodate pets.

There are as many as 120 different beaches along the north and south Devon coastlines, so you can be sure that whatever your taste, there will be a holiday spot that is perfect for you and your family. Dawlish Warren, Paignton and Westwood Ho! for example, are all highly regarded for their long stretches of sand and clean, cool shorelines that are perfect for a refreshing swim.

Devon is also hugely popular with fans of both surfing and other water sports, with Croyde garnering a well-earned reputation as one of the UK’s premier surfing destinations. However, you don’t need to be an expert to join in the fun – Woolacombe is fantastic for beginners to have a go at surfing, as well as a highly regarded destination for families generally.

If you are looking for something a little special along the Devon coast, why not take a moment to look at our luxury coastal cottages? These seaside treasures are sure to add a real shine to an unforgettable Devon holiday.

North Devon Cottages Near the Sea

With its coast meeting the waters of the Atlantic Ocean, North Devon is regarded as a classic surf destination for good reason. The beaches at Croyde, Westwood Ho! and Woolacombe are all wildly popular surfing destinations for enthusiasts of all ages. Saunton Sands also welcomes dogs throughout the year, so you can either take your pet for a paddle or explore the local dunes together.

The beaches of North Devon tend to be longer with wide swaths of sand giving way to high cliffs for some truly spectacular views and walks. The north is also home to the impressive UNESCO-listed Biosphere Reserve, which is centred on Braunton Burrows. This is the largest dune system in the UK and home to more than 400 plant species – think you can spot them all?

South Devon Cottages on the Coast

South Devon is home to the historic Jurassic Coast, which is also recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site for its incredible geological value and is perfect for casual walks and fossil hunting. In contrast to its neighbour in the north, the South Devon coast is defined by its inlets, estuaries and inlets that provide the area with a wealth of peaceful coves and sheltered beaches. Salcombe North Sands is a popular spot that welcomes dogs throughout the year, so your trusted pet can always remain at your side and engage in some all-important digging in the dunes!

In recent years South Devon has gained a reputation for its water sporting activities. Bantham for example has always been popular with surfers in the know, while Torquay is an excellent spot for beginners to dip their toes in the beaches’ less challenging waters.



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