South Devon Holiday Cottages
The South Hams is the perfect holiday cottage destination in South Devon. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with miles of unspoilt coastal paths, breath-taking views and stunning scenery make the area popular with walkers (with or without a dog!), whilst the children love the numerous secluded coves, which offer opportunities for surfing, swimming, beach cricket, rock pooling (where you can forage for seafood), and other traditional pursuits. Whether you are looking for sites of historical or natural interest, all weather family attractions, boat trips or even an afternoon browsing in independent shops South Devon is very versatile, with something for people of all ages. Book your South Devon holiday cottage online here.
Recent posts on South Devon:
Planning Your Stay – Whitsun Bank Holiday and Half Term – There’s always plenty to see and do whilst on holiday in South Devon with all the beaches and countryside to explore. However if you find that you are in need of some inspiration the local community always put on fantastic events with lots to see and do, here’s our pick of activities during half term… Read more on things to do in South Devon.
Five Amazing Pet Friendly Holiday Cottages In South Devon – As anyone with a dog knows, arranging your holiday around them can be difficult and sometimes costly with kennel fees. That’s why we offer a range of dog-friendly properties where dogs and pets are welcome. South Devon is the perfect place to holiday if you want to bring your dog along with you. There are miles of coastline and countryside walks as well as beaches and pubs that welcome dogs too… Read more on dog friendly holiday homes.
3 Wonderful Places To See Beautiful Wildlife In Devon This Spring – Spring is in full swing, and although we don’t want to count our chickens before they’ve hatched it looks like there might be some summer sun on its way to South Devon. With lambing season upon us, and sunshine starting to show it is a fantastic time to visit South Devon for a getaway and to see all the spring animals… Read more on wildlife in Devon.