Honiton Cottages

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    A Victorian end-terrace cottage close to Ottery St Mary's town centre. Allocated parking and large private garden. Ideal for exploring the Jurassic Coast. Honiton 5.5 miles (Ref. 927672)

    7 nights from £293

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    Atmospheric log cabin on edge of woods with private lake trout fishing. Attractive open plan accommodation with woodburner. Perfect rustic retreat! Sheldon 0.5 miles, Honiton 7 miles. (Ref. 1164)

    7 nights from £255

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    High quality holiday house within a 2 minute walk of Beer's shingle beach, shops and restaurants. All bedrooms en-suite and have TV. WiFi. Chef service, housekeeping service, breakfast and fish and chip delivery available on request at additional cost. (Ref. 923388)

    • 5% off - Fri 21st Apr to 5th May 2017

    • £39 off - Fri 21st Apr to 19th May 2017

    • 10% off - Fri 2nd Jun to 28th Jul 2017

    7 nights from £669

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    Single-storey, self-contained wing of a large barn conversion on working farm on Devon/Dorset borders. Comfortable accommodation, en-suite facilities. Ideal, rural touring base. Lyme Regis 2.8 miles. (Ref. 905488)

    7 nights from £323

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    This delightful traditional detached cottage is in the attractive market town of Ottery St Mary in East Devon. Woodburner. Private garden. Alfington 2 miles. (Ref. 954158)

    • £39 off - Sat 22nd Apr to 20th May 2017

    7 nights from £519

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    Grade II listed stone cottage in the heart of Beer, just short stroll from the beach. Three-storey holiday home. Packed full of character and a cosy welcoming feel. Patio with summerhouse. Seaton 1.5 miles. (Ref. 925632)

    7 nights from £511

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    Lovely end-terrace barn conversion with wonderful views of Blackdown Hills. Character, peaceful location, main visitor attractions nearby. Honiton 4 miles. (Ref. 953984)

    • 10% off - Sat 3rd Jun to 29th Jul 2017

    7 nights from £334

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    A delightful single-storey barn conversion attached to a 16th century manor house in Beer on the Jurassic Coast. WiFi. Overlooks beautiful gardens. Short walk to beach. Romantic retreat. Seaton 1.5 miles. (Ref. 30991)

    7 nights from £335

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    Charming end-terrace barn conversion situated in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering stunning views and easy access to range of visitor attractions. Honiton 4 miles. (Ref. 953983)

    • 10% off - Sat 3rd Jun to 29th Jul 2017

    7 nights from £360

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    An attractive Victorian house set in the heart of the quaint Devon coastal village of Beer. Brightly furnished, with a cosy yet contemporary feel. WiFi. Private garden with sun terrace. Three minutes' walk to beach. Seaton 1.5 miles. (Ref. 958440)

    7 nights from £381

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Just show me Honiton Cottages

Looking for a town-based stay close to beautiful countryside? Then try a Honiton cottage in south-east Devon.

Fantastic shopping near your Honiton cottage.

This bustling market town is one of the region's prime shopping centres, with a range of specialist antique, art and second-hand book shops lining the Georgian High Street. There are auction rooms too, attracting collectors from far and wide hoping to find that special something. On Tuesdays and Saturdays the streets come alive with colourful market stalls, while the monthly Country Market is a good place to stock up with tasty provisions for your Honiton cottage holiday. The town also offers lots of places to eat and drink - restaurants, pubs, take-aways etc.

View a collection of Honiton Lace and learn all about the town's interesting lace making past at the Allhallows Lace Museum. Or fast forward to the present day and view contemporary art at the Thelma Hulbert Gallery in Elmfield House, original home of the artist and showcasing a variety of exhibitions alongside the permanent Hulbert collection.

When the countryside beckons, you're in for a treat as our Honiton cottages are on the doorstep of East Devon's AONB, with its swathes of heath-land, wooded glens, fertile valleys and spectacular cliffs of the Jurassic Coast - a World Heritage Site. So as you can imagine, there's a fantastic choice of outdoor activities to enjoy. Many of our cottages in Devon are perfectly located for enjoy the fantastic outdoor pursuits available.

Back in Honiton, annual events range from agricultural shows and hill rallies, to the unique Hot Pennies Day - join in with this ancient tradition and book a Honiton cottage in July!