Best holiday rental deals in South Hams
3,118 unique rentals from 35 different partner websites, including VacationRentals.com and Homelidays, are currently available in South Hams District. By directly analysing these holiday lettings, HomeToGo highlights the most economical offers and the most popular rentals in South Hams District.
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Price and Availability Index in South Hams District
Holiday Letting Price Information in South Hams
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in South Hams. The week with the highest average prices is in July (20/07 - 27/07). During this week, a night will cost on average £156. Prices decrease in January to an average of £89 per night (19/01 - 26/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in South Hams
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in South Hams with the graph above. So far, the week with the least available rentals in South Hams is in October (27/10 - 03/11). On the contrary, you will find the highest number of available rentals in a week of February (23/02 - 02/03).
The weather in South Hams
This is the climate diagram in South Hams. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 3°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Rent a holiday cottage in beautiful South Hams
Holiday cottages in South Hams offer an authentic slice of life in Devon. South Hams is home to some of the cosiest and most welcoming of England's coastal towns. Located on the dramatic coastline of Devon, with its famous white chalk cliffs, South Hams is beloved by seafarers of all kinds. The glittering expanse of water is broken only by white sailed yachts and the distant sight of France.
British gastronomic indulgences
This coastal area of Britain is the best place to sample England's famed fish and chips. Crispy battered cod and hake are best enjoyed after a day playing on the beach. The sweet toothed will enjoy a cream tea. The local clotted cream is rarely found outside of Devon and its luscious freshness compliments crumbly scones and locally produced rasberry or strawberry jam.
A trip the kids will remember
Many British people recall formative summers spent careering around Devon's beaches. It's an ideal place to bring young people who will be enthralled by the variety of seaside activities they can dive into which include surfing, sailing, kayaking and jet skiiing. Take them to the Minak Theatre, carved into the coastline, and watch a play as the sun sets. Younger children will be fascinated by catching Devon's native crabs on a crab line. Just put a piece of bacon on your line over a barnacled sea wall and reel them in.
South Hams highlights
An important port town where boats bob charmingly in the marina as they have for centuries, Dartmouth is about as British a holiday destination as you can find. Step back in time in the old town, or visit its castles and fortifications for a taste of even more ancient history.
Located at the mouth of the Dart river, Kingswear Castle has held guard for almost five hundred years. Today this delightful secluded town is the endpoint of the Dartmouth Steam Railway. It was the location in which 'The French Lieutenant's Woman' amongst other period dramas was filmed.
A privately owned 11 hectare tidal island 24 km from Plymouth, Burgh is an oasis of rocky coves, bird colonies and medieval ruins. The Pilchard Inn on the island dates from the 14th Century.
Bantham beach is considered one of the best destinations for surfing in Devon and it is also a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The panoramic views from the beach include Burgh Island. Kids will love exploring the rockpools at low tide.
Dartington Hall estate and gardens
This estate and Grade 2 listed garden is accessible to all. The 14th Century house is a centre for festivals, family and arts events and educational courses.
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