Devon holidays are relaxing by nature thanks to Devon’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites found on the coast and deep in the green rolling countryside. Devon boasts a few unexpected things to see and do; whether it is a vineyard tour or a network of prehistoric caves the county may surprise you.
Taking one of our many Devon cottages opens up the county for exploration, fun and leisure through theme parks, English Heritage sites and miles upon miles of coastline. Whether you are letterboxing on Dartmoor or having a cream tea picnic you will be glad you chose a Devon holiday.
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A sweep of coast overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, backed by green pastures and grazing animals.
A stretch of craggy coastline with coves and pretty harbour towns near great attractions.
Dartmoor and Exmoor create a landscape of wild tors, wonderful villages and market towns.
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Perfect for quayside strolls with an ice cream and arts and crafts.
A foodie haven with lots of countryside retreats and cafés.
Blossoms and blooms and many listed buildings make Bampton special.
A beautiful pannier market, good shops and great restaurants.
An unspoilt coastal village built out from a smuggler’s cove
A small coastal village in North Devon.
Little white town in North Devon with a lovely quayside and cafés.
An entry point to Dartmoor, full of beautiful rugged moorland scenery.
A huge square lined with shops that comes alive on market and festival days.
A large village of surfing and café culture in a Biosphere Reserve.
Port town in Torbay and a hub of activity on fish market days.
The town has a beautiful Abbey and is backed by Dartmoor.
An unspoilt coastal town on the western edge of the Jurassic coast
A private fishing village in a steep valley full of tradition.
A sandy bay overlooked by the South West Coast Path in North Devon.
Crediton is a lively market town home to St Boniface church.
A village tucked away on the North Devon coast; a huge pull for surfers.
Between Exmoor and the coast this little town is in a wonderful location.
A fascinating and arty village full of things to see and do.
Tors, valleys and wilderness waiting for walkers to discover.
Elizabethan port with neat boutiques, cute cafés and yachts.
A beautiful riverside town where swans and trains live in harmony.
Great shopping and history where the ancient meets the modern.
A lovely stretch of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.
A village is full of thatched cottages and traditional pubs.
This market town is perched on a hill near to the Tarka Trail.
Mini peninsula surrounded by the Atlantic with views to Lundy Island.
A bustling market town in Mid Devon.
A market town complete with town square and market traders.
A popular market town edged by green countryside in beautiful Devon.
A Victorian harbour town with dramatic hills and gorgeous sea-front.
A perfect estuary beach with great places to dine and watch sunsets.
Stunning Ivybridge is near Dartmoor in glorious countryside.
A theatrical and arty town in the pretty South Hams of Devon.
A charming village tucked away in the North Devon countryside.
Two towns connected by a dramatic cliff-side railway.
A small town found between country and coast in South Devon.
Former manor on North Devon coast lying very close to Woolacombe.
Newton Abbot is a waterside market town in South Devon.
A bolthole for timeless tranquillity in a peaceful waterside spot.
Riverside market town with pretty ancient buildings near Dartmoor.
Be prepared to let this serene town inspire the writer in you.
A seaside town with a wonderful zoo nestled in the English Riviera.
A vibrant city for shopping and visiting. Plymouth has a lot to offer.
Princetown is a beautiful Dartmoor village with a colourful history.
Salcombe is a sought after waterside town in the South Hams.
Beach side living on the East Devon World Heritage Coast.
A coastal town sheltered under amazing cliffs on the Jurassic Coast.
Slapton is a beautiful coastal village in the South Hams.
Packed with independent boutiques and pretty shops near to Exmoor.
A truly beautiful market town famous for great food and flavour.
Teignmouth is a charming town with two lovely beaches in South Devon.
In the pretty South Hams, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A busy town on the edge of Exmoor and close to the Somerset border.
Part of the English Riviera and packed with vintage seaside fun.
A bohemian town of Elizabethan architecture and great local food.
A gorgeous coastal village with outstanding views.
Seaside town in North Devon with a links golf course and large beach.
A countryside retreat set in wild moorland perfect for walking.
A popular village with a cider making history in the heart of Devon.
A surfer's dream in North Devon overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
A pretty village at the edge of Dartmoor with many walks and cycle trails.
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