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For some holiday inspiration this #TravelTuesday we have picked out 6 of our newest properties in the South West that you could make the location of  your next UK getaway.

The South West of England is a truly spectacular region, particularly known for its supreme surfing conditions. You will also stumble across some of England’s finest walking country, as well as a number of fascinating villages, towns and cities so that everyone can get their fix.

Take a look at 6 of our finest, brand new cottages in the South West…

1. Silvermine House (Ref. 986088), near St Austell, Cornwall

Silvermine House

Escape to the wonders of St Austell Bay in South Cornwall, and use Silvermine House as your impressive base. This lavish, impressive barn conversion hosts up to 12, perfect for celebrating that special occasion with your nearest and dearest.

The interior is adorned with tasteful neutral colours, enhanced with splashes of colour and modernity to create the ultimate family holiday home. If you’re not out relishing among this naturally spectacular region, spend some quality time together in the spacious and stylish sitting room warmed by a woodburning stove.

Roam 8.5 acres of serene private grounds, allowing you to take in the striking views of St Austell Bay. Even soak up your tranquil surroundings from the warming bubbles of the outdoor hot tub, bringing even more luxury to this first-class family retreat.

Get an idea for the best things to see and do in the area by making use of our Cornwall Travel Guide, carefully crafted to provide inspiration for holidays of all kinds. While you’re here, why not check out some of the most Instagrammable places in Cornwall?

2. 6 The Beaches (Ref. 1003545), Weymouth, Dorset

6 The Beaches

Stay at this classy studio apartment to treat you and your other half to a holiday amidst the coastal splendour of Weymouth. Scenery-filled windows and nautical touches throughout constantly remind you of the sublime seaside position.

The open-plan studio living is complete in pristine fashion, boasting beautifully matched upholstery and everything you need for your break. Choose to kick back on the sofa and catch up on your TV programmes, or simply gaze out and admire the beckoning beach.

Step outside and find yourselves on the delightful esplanade, with the plentiful opportunities of Weymouth laying all around you. Discover the best attractions and activities for you by browsing through our Weymouth Travel Guide. Discover some of the best places to eat in Dorset to sample some of the finest local cuisine.

3. 10 Cove View (Ref. 1009581), Ilfracombe, Devon

10 Cove View

Much like a holiday villa in an exotic country, 10 Cove View features glorious accommodation in a simply magnificent coastal location.

A bright and airy feel runs throughout this four-person property, furnished in sublime fashion with flexible sleeping arrangements. Californian shutters lead out onto a scenery-engulfed balcony, further enhancing the property’s idyllic feel.

Amble around Ilfracombe’s charming streets with great ease from this high-quality holiday home. Make the most of our handy Ilfracombe Travel Guide, giving you all the inspiration you need for your break. Also discover the best ways to experience more in Devon.

4. Skiber (Ref. 1002316), St Just in Roseland, Cornwall


This luxuriously converted semi-detached farm building finds itself nestled within the Roseland Heritage Peninsula, in a hot spot for exploring the wonders of South Devon. Skiber can sleep up to four guests within its tasteful, contemporary interior, contrasting superbly with the rustic stone exterior.

Kick back in the lavish sitting room exuding a modern class, with the addition of an alluring woodburning stove for those chillier evenings. Both bedrooms are complete in immaculate and stylish fashion, with a zip/link room offering flexible arrangements.

When staying at Skiber, you can even indulge yourselves in the bubbles of the hot tub, allowing you to relish in your surroundings in style. Our Falmouth Travel Guide is sure to provide a range of ideas and inspiration on how best to spend your break. If the weather isn’t so good, discover some of the best things to do in Cornwall when it’s raining.

5. Woodville Cottage (Ref. 1001187), South Molton, Devon

Woodville Cottage

Families looking to experience the delights of North Devon should strongly consider this historic South Molton cottage. Dating back to 1850, the property retains many of its original features, beautifully combined with a number of contemporary touches.

Plush sofas gather around the alluring gas woodburner-effect stove and watch your favourite flicks on the Smart TV. A tasteful kitchen comes excellently equipped with a number of appliances, and a breakfast table to gather around and plan the day’s events. The bedrooms come in a range of setups and are dressed immaculately within touches of class throughout, ideal for families.

A glorious little suntrap garden rests outside of Woodville Cottage, with ample comfy seating to catch the rays with a refreshing drink in-hand. If you’re looking to make the most of your visit to this superb area, make use of our carefully crafted Devon Travel Guide. If you are looking to holiday in this fine area, learn about some of the things that Devon is famous for.

6. 5 The Beaches (Ref. 1003083), Weymouth, Dorset

5 The Beaches

Relish among the coastal splendour of Weymouth with a stay at this refreshing second-floor apartment, resting on the shores of Weymouth Bay. Able to accommodate 2 people, this is the perfect seaside escape for couples seeking a bit of time away from it all.

The open-plan living room is the ultimate relaxing spot, furnished in fresh, bright colours with a flourish of homely touches. Choose to kick back and relax while watching the TV, or perhaps just sit and let the striking coastal views sink in.

Weymouth’s delightful esplanade rests outside the front door of this exquisite apartment. Stroll along this scenic stretch and take it all in, with a choice of spots for a drink and a bite to eat. Discover the most popular things to do in the area by browsing through our Weymouth Travel Guide.

If you’re looking to escape the crowds, browse through our list of Dorset’s 6 hidden gems.

We offer a whole host of other cottages in South West England, certain to offer something perfectly suited to you.

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