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Devon Beach Coastal Cottage Holidays

Devon Cottage Holidays

For surfing and sand in between your toes


From paddle-boarding amongst the seals to sea kayaking in Salcombe, Devon is the place to make a splash, whatever the season. It’s just as well that Devon has a range of adventurous pursuits at its fingertips, because you’ll be wanting to burn off all that grub! Second to its dazzling coastline, Devon’s extravagant seafood scene and clotted cream scones are the stuff of legend. It’s also home to one of the UK’s most lauded restaurants, two Michelin-star Gidleigh Park, not to mention some of the country’s cosiest gastro pubs, traditional seaside cafes and fancy cocktail bars.

However, the true beauty of Devon lies in its diversity. There’s the coast, where blissfully blue beaches fold into the shadows of craggy coves and surfers run out the day’s sun before heading to the bar. Then there’s Devon’s National Park, Dartmoor, where purple heather spills across the moor between lonely rock ruins and stoic trees. In Wistman’s Woods you’ll find forests fit for fairytales; while Clovelly and Appledore offer up timeless fishing villages.

Clovely Beach Devon Cottage Holidays


Travel guide

Devon is graced with gorgeous villages, hidden coves and swathes of countryside to explore. Covelly, is a village famed for its cobbled streets and quaint charm.

Ness Devon Beach
Devon Pier Devon

Devon has miles of glorious coastline, including the world famous Jurassic Coast. This magical stretch of seaside is ideal for fossil hunting and jumping waves.

Plymouth Devon
Brixham Harbour Devon

If culture is what you're after, Devon will not disappoint. From towering castles to relics of a mining past and a grand selection of National Trust properties, there is plenty to appreciate here.

Plan your trip

Explore Devon



Gorgeous in a sunset, Salcombe is a summertime dream. A seaside resort with vintage charm, it’s where you’ll discover azure bays emerging behind parting silver birch trees and pretty pastel frontages.



One of the busiest fishing ports in the UK, Brixham is where you head for the ultimate harbour experience. In the evening, when the yachts glisten with golden light in the bay, you’ll know why they call this is the English Riviera.



Over on Devon’s north coast, here you’ll find the moonlit coastal paths and striking statues, staring out at sea. The hangout of artists, thrill-seekers and seafood connoisseurs alike, Ilfracombe has something for everyone.

Types of holiday in Devon

Dog friendly Cottages in Devon

Dog friendly

Whether your pup enjoys sunny swathes of hillside or the fun of sandy shores, Devon is perfect for a dog friendly break. Take yours to Dartmoor and discover this National Park’s most iconic Tors on an unforgettable dog walk, or over to Babbacombe, where pups can wander with you at the district’s dazzling beach and famous model village!

Hot tub in Devon

Hot tub

Skip the beach, and watch the sunset in your very own hot tub, instead. With more privacy and luxury than your average coastline, hot tubs are a spectacular way to add that extra touch of magic to your Devon cottage. We have nearly one hundred expertly chosen hot tub cottages in Devon, so you’ll have plenty of choice!

Nearby places to Devon

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