Devon is one of the most majestic corners of the United Kingdom, with more than 725 kilometres of breathtaking coastline. Overlooking both the Bristol Channel and the Celtic Sea, more than half of Devon's coastline is classified as Heritage Coast. It's not just scenic sea views you can look forward to when staying in Devon either, with Dartmoor National Park and parts of Exmoor National Park both lying within this enchanting county. If you're eager to get away from it all, Devon holiday cottages are the perfect place to call home when staying in this stunning part of the UK.
Devon is home to a variety of quaint villages and historic towns. Hartland is the way to go if you're looking for a more secluded spot to escape to. Straddling the Cornish border, you can settle into cosy cottage accommodation just a stone's throw from the rugged cliff-lined coastline and stunning sea views. Planning on visiting North Devon? Mortehoe is an ideal destination thanks to its imposing headlands, clifftop hiking trails, and historic lighthouses, with some of the best holiday cottages Devon has to offer.
Devon is the perfect getaway destination for families. You'll find plenty of holiday cottages in Devon that are catered toward family groups, with cots and guest beds to accommodate larger parties. There's also plenty to keep the kids occupied in this corner of the country. Little ones will love Babbacombe Model Village, while the Royal Albert Memorial Museum is packed with Ancient Egyptian relics and other historic wonders. Those searching for accommodation for a romantic getaway will also find plenty to enjoy. The Valley of Rocks in North Devon is the perfect proposal spot. Visiting with four-legged friends? You won't struggle to find dog-friendly accommodation. Once you've explored Saunton Sands and Soar Mill Cove with your pooch, you can retire to your Devon holiday cottage to unwind at the end of a long day.