Dog Friendly Cottages In Devon To Rent
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Walk along the South West Coast Path, or amble through the parkland of East Devon, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To see a bit more of the countryside, take a trip on the South Devon railway, which welcomes furry friends. Or while your dog plays on one of the vast Devon beaches, you can catch some watersports lessons, with activities ranging from surfing to kayaking. Then spend your evenings curled up with your pooch in your very own cosy cottage.
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What our customers are saying about our Dog Friendly Cottages In Devon To Rent.
Aideen - verified booking
"A very charming little cottage, with parking and a garden. Sampford Courtenay is ideally situated for exploring. The downside to the cottage is that it is on a crossroads and the traffic noise is incessant night and day. We appreciate it's hay making time but numerous lorries and tankers pass through there. Sadly that would stop us returning. The ground floor living area is lovely and provides everything you need. However there were two problems upstairs. In the smaller bedroom the mattress needs replacing, it had a huge dip in the middle, which was aggravated by the sloping floorboards, we tried turning it over but it was still the same, so did not provide support or a comfortable nights sleep. In the main bedroom the floorboards slope in all sorts of directions but the biggest problem is that there is a step up in the middle of the room which is fine during the day but when dark is easy to forget, and my husband tripped over it but luckily wasn't injured. Other guests have mentioned it and a danger tape has been stuck on it but as previously suggested, if the floor was levelled with a step at the door to the bedroom the problem would be resolved."
Janette - verified booking
"Annie’s Cottage is a very well equipped and thought out dwelling. It is ideal for a couple and a small to medium size dog. It is very clean with modern up to date equipment. There is a large modern shower cubicle rather than a bath, which suited us perfectly.The village is very picturesque with a small river running through it. It is tight for large vehicles, but typical for Devon. There are no shops or stores but the village pub, ‘The who’d have thought it’ is a jewel. It’s dog friendly, serves good food and has a selection of beers including guest ales. The staff are very friendly and obliging. The location is ideally suited for exploring Plymouth and the surrounding area, being just on the edge of Dartmore, it’s literally minutes before you are away from the tight Devon roads and onto the slightly wider but open moorland roads. There are also a number of walks from the Cottage, so it is possible to go car free if you wish.All in all an excellent choice."
Hugh - verified booking
"Beautiful location. Cottage had all we needed and the walled garden was just out of this world! So appreciated fresh vegetables on a daily basis. Staying early September, with no instructions on how to get the heaters in the property to work, the property was a little cold for my elderly parents. We did not seem to b3 able toget cold water out of the taps without running it for many minutes as I think the cold feed ran alongside the hot. This meant we had to put tap water in the fridge to get it to the required temperature.Lack of Internet was a real problem if you need to work and television reception was very poor.I would stay again tomorrow because the location was beautiful and a wonderful place to escape from the pressures of life in general. The vegetables in the walled garden were such an added bonus, any other problems in life just faded away!!"
David - verified booking
"When we holiday, we like a place that is close to the things we need, but away from lots of people. Tamarisk was just right. It was on a lovely farm, so not a lot of people, even though it is one of three cottages on the site. The site was quiet, and just what we wanted.The owner was three most days if we needed anything, but the cottage was well equipped and very clean. Nearby was Hartland, which we used a few times for shopping or a coffee stop. We did day tripe to Bude and Westward Ho, where the weather was adorable and warm sunshine, even in October.Quiet, well equipped, good hospitality, and near to beaches and beautiful coastal walks. Just what we needed.Thank you"
Geraldine - verified booking
"The cottage was everything we needed for the two of us to enjoy a few days walking up on the moor and enjoying local National Trust properties. The bedroom with its delightful high ceiling, overlooks a stream with ducks and some chickens in a nearby garden. The bed is very comfortable and the shower in the generously sized washroom can be set to be powerful. Downstairs the cottage has been tastefully designed to provide everything we needed for our stay.We also enjoyed sitting out on chairs beside the stream at the end of the day..The parking place is very near the cottage and easy to use.Everything was just as we wanted, and we hope we get a chance to return."