Devon Coast Cottages

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    Sunshine Cottage: Lovely former fisherman's cottage on a slipway, a few paces from Teignmouth beach. Ideal for a small family. Easily reached by public transport. Dartmoor National Park 12 miles. (Ref. 930334)

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    Topsail: Fabulous cottage set over three floors a short walk from the village of Dartmouth. Set in an elevated position with some far reaching views of the river and surrounding area. Totnes 12 miles. (Ref. 929414)

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    Flat 5: First floor flat within a traditional Victorian house on a quiet tree lined street in Torquay. One mile from beach, promenade and shops. On bus route and close to train station. Paignton 3.6 miles. (Ref. 929190)

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    The Old Cider Press: Welcoming, semi-detached stone cottage near Crackington Haven, set amongst a small courtyard of barn conversions. WiFi. Walks from the door. Beach and coastal path 2 miles. Tintagel 9 miles. Bude 11 miles. (Ref. 927944)

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    Glenwood: Second floor traditional apartment on Beach Road. Sea views and only a ten minute stroll from the 3 mile sandy beach in Woolacombe. Ilfracombe 7 miles. (Ref. 925644)

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    Groom Cottage: This quirky two-bedroom cottage is one of the Trevalgas Farm Cottages near the village of Poughill, near Bude. WiFi. Far-reaching views from first floor bedroom. Conservatory leading to garden. Shared swimming pool. Bude 2 miles. (Ref. 923917)

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    Kiming Apartment: Modern, ground floor flat on the outskirts of Bude. WiFi. 50" TV in open plan living area. Large lawned communal gardens. Great base for exploring Cornwall's north coastline. Beach 10 mins walk. (Ref. 923152)

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    The Retreat: Delightful two-bedroom character cottage in Appledore, just a couple of minutes' walk from the village centre and beach. WiFi. Pet-friendly. (Ref. 918881)

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    Rose Cottage: Coastal, end-terrace cottage surrounded by countryside near Hallsands in the South Hams. Woodburning stove. WiFi. Own outdoor seating area with sea views and walking distance of the SW coast path. Kingsbridge 8 miles. (Ref. 915585)

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    Jasmine Cottage: Cosy coastal, mid-terrace cottage situated in a fabulous location surrounded by countryside in South Devon. Woodburning stove. WiFi. Own outdoor seating area with sea views. Half a mile from SW coast path. Kingsbridge 8 miles. (Ref. 915584)

Just show me Devon Coast Cottages

Book one of our Devon coast cottages and expect a holiday to remember, whether you're planning a family getaway in summer or a quiet escape for two off-season. Unique in that it's a county with two contrasting coastlines, the south is home to a bigger range of resorts (Salcombe, Torquay, Dartmouth, Exmouth, etc spring to mind) while the north is a little more rugged and off-the-beaten-track.

North or South Devon Coast?

Scenically, both north and south come up trumps and many stretches of both coastlines are protected by the National Trust or are designated AONBs. A wonderful way to soak up the natural sights is to stride out along the coastal path and many people who book our coastal cottages in Devon are walking enthusiasts. Those of you travelling with little ones, meanwhile, usually laden with buckets and nets, need look no further than the south coast's crabbing hotspots - Dawlish, Wembury, Dittisham, to name a few. Sailing and snorkelling are popular too, or head inland for outdoor adventures amid the amazing wilderness of Dartmoor National Park.

Along Devon's north coast expect wonderful wildlife - see puffins on Lundy Island and wild ponies at Exmoor. Atlantic waves mean sweeping rollers great for surfing and other thrilling water sports (try Croyde or Woolacombe). You'll also find cliff-top golf courses, secluded fishing spots and cycling along the Tarka Trail.

And wherever your holiday rental on the Devon coast may be, you're never far from small, sleepy villages serving up scrumptious cream teas, historic market towns for shopping, arts and culture, not to mention countless other attractions from historic houses and gardens to award-winning theme parks.