Did you know that you can now rub shoulders with celebs and surfers alike in Devon? Yes, it's fast becoming one of England's hotspots, with an ever-growing number of stylish restaurants, bars, shops etc cropping up in all the nicest places.
The scenery is without question absolutely stunning and whether you're after a Devon cottage for a family holiday by the sea or a romantic break in winter, outdoor activities range from sailing and surfing to golf and cliff-top walks. There are two contrasting coastlines to discover, one more rugged with surf-washed sands, the other gentler and fringed with tranquil coves and long, sandy bays. Inland, the setting changes from lush, rolling hills to the beautifully wild landscapes of Exmoor and Dartmoor.
What else? Year round events like sailing regattas, garden festivals and classic operas. Historic cities, charming towns, picture-postcard fishing villages and elegant resorts. Castles, stately homes, gardens, antiques - and a whole stack of attractions for children including Pennywell Farm, Quad World and The Donkey Sanctuary.
Fancy a tipple? Check out the local vineyards. Feeling indulgent? Opt for afternoon tea in a traditional thatched cottage with homemade scones and lashings of clotted cream.
We know your mouth's watering... so try one of our Devon self catering cottages soon!
Please find below holiday cottages in Devon. Here you will find cottages along the coast of Devon and throughout the county of Devon, including in Lynmouth, Barnstaple, Torquay and many other prominent towns and villages.
Don't think Devon's just a place to go in summer. This delightful county has so much to offer that our range of accommodation in Devon gets snapped up fast - so always try to plan a trip well in advance. Book a holiday rental in Devon in the middle of winter and banish those blues - it may be dreary at home, but imagine a few nights away stomping along the coastal path by day and curling up by a fire come evening - lots of our Devon holiday rentals have log burners or open fires. Come in spring for wild flowers bringing scent and colour to the wild, rugged headlands, not to mention bulb-filled borders in the gardens of our Devon holiday lets. Or autumn for those glorious golden tints cascading over Devon's rolling landscapes. Or stick with renting a holiday let in Devon in the height of summer and enjoy the buzz of this truly amazing region, when crowds flock here for everything you could wish for on an English seaside holiday. Take a look at our Devon accommodation now and get set for a holiday to remember!