Woolacombe Holiday Cottages


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Renowned for its delightfully laid-back ambience, enjoy a fantastic seaside getaway in this award-winning family resort and book one of our Woolacombe holiday cottages.

Why Woolacombe?

Nestled on a glorious sweep of golden coast between Ilfracombe and Braunton, Woolacombe boasts a three-mile stretch of sand, attracting buckets and spades, as well as surf boards and wet suits. What's more, only a small section has seasonal dog restrictions, so booking a pet-friendly cottage in Woolacombe is just as appealing. Stroll its pretty streets to reveal a delightful assortment of places to enjoy a bite to eat or a refreshing drink during the summer. Using our Devon Travel Guide is sure to leave you with plenty of things to do during your next escape.

Places to Visit near Woolacombe

If you can tear yourself away from the beach, our Woolacombe cottages are ideal for exploring the rest of North Devon. Walk along the cliffs to the sleepy village of Mortehoe, listed in the Domesday Book, and home to a fascinating church. Alternatively, discover the pretty rocky cove of Lee Bay, once the haunt of smugglers. Discover Ilfracombe's famous tunnels or hop on a boat to Lundy Island. Also enjoy horse riding, canoeing, paragliding, mountain biking, fishing, narrow gauge train trips, guided walks and various ever-popular attractions. Make your Woolacombe cottage holiday one to remember, visit Braunton, Combe Martin, Croyde, Hartland, Lynton and Westward Ho!.

Types of Holidays

Select from a number of our different Devon holiday types which help to make your holiday experienced perfectly suited. Looking to add a touch of indulgence to your break, why not book a luxury Devon cottage? If a calming rural retreat is what you're after, perhaps our Devon country cottages are better for you. For that special occasion, bring all your loved ones together to one of our large cottages in Devon.

Should any of these take your fancy, don't hesitate to book your dream Sykes break today.