Enjoy the finer things in life with a stay in one of our luxury cottages in Devon. Whether you’d like to make the most of the gorgeous countryside or perhaps head down to the coast, you’ll find our delightful luxury coastal cottages in Devon dotted all throughout this incredible county. From cosy cabins with hot tubs for romantic breaks to spacious manors for unforgettable family holidays, your search ends here.
Our luxury cottages in Devon (and luxury lodges with hot tubs in Devon) are perfect for celebrating special occasions or simply treating yourself to something a little bit luxe! Looking for exclusive facilities? Choose from tennis courts, pools and hot tubs. Our luxury self-catering homes are equipped with all you need to unwind in ultimate comfort. You can even bring the whole family along with our handpicked collection of dog-friendly cottages!
From the North to the South of Devon, there are so many amazing locations to discover. Awe-inspiring coastal vistas, idyllic rolling countryside and some of the UK’s most famed landmarks - you name it, Devon has it. Take a walk along the Jurassic Coast, try an award-winning cream tea in South Hams or simply relax in your beautiful home. The opportunities here are endless.
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Here are some of our most popular locations for luxury holiday cottages in Devon. The South West has so many stunning places to visit - you might also want to stop by some of these for a day trip.
Best for: Enjoying a classic seaside holiday
A traditional seaside town set along the English Riviera, Torquay is perfect for family holidays by the coast. With its swaying palm trees, golden beach and bustling harbour, it’s hard to believe that you’re still in the UK! It’s actually part of the UNESCO Global Geopark, and with its spectacular surroundings, it’s so easy to see why.
Best for: Sampling the local seafood
The thriving waterfront city of Plymouth offers something for all. From classy cocktail bars to local seafood restaurants, it’s a foodie haven. Prefer to spend your afternoons exploring beautiful gardens? The spectacular Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park and the Elizabethan gardens in The Barbican & Sutton Harbour are sure to please.
Best for: Enjoying the scenic South West Coast Path
A popular destination for seaside breaks, Salcombe is a busy town on the South Coast of Devon. With a choice of beaches and a seemingly endless choice of walking routes along the South West Coast Path, it’s the perfect place for those who love to get out and about in the local area.
Best for: Checking out the local market
A large town next to the River Taw in North Devon, Barnstaple has plenty to see. If you’re stopping in the town, be sure to visit its weekly market. You can grab some really great local produce and crafts from here. If you’re looking for somewhere to keep the kids entertained, head over to the Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park.
Best for: A hiking holiday by the coast
One of the oldest seaside towns in Devon, Exmouth has been attracting visitors to its shores for centuries. With a long sandy beach and direct access to the scenic World Heritage Jurassic Coast, you’ll never run short on lovely walks here. You’ll also find an array of great shops and restaurants in the town.
Make the most of your gorgeous surroundings with these great walks. Afterwards, you can curl up in your luxury accommodation in Devon with a well-earned glass of wine (or cup of tea!).
Walk length: Four miles
Take a scenic walk along the English Riviera with this lovely Meadfoot & London Bridge route. The views across to Tor Bay are absolutely spectacular; and you’ll also get to pass by a variety of tropical gardens from the nearby villas and hotels.
Walk length: Three miles
A relatively short walk along the coast path, the Plymouth Waterfront Walk takes you along the harbour of this bustling port city. It’s great for a quick stroll on sunny days, before heading back into the city for a delicious lunch!
Walk length: Four and a half miles
Make the most of Salcombe’s dramatic coastal views with this walk around the rocks of Bolt Head. Gaze across aquamarine waters of Starehole Bottom and the lovely Salcombe Estuary, before looping back to the East Soar car park.
Walk length: 11 and a half miles
While quite a long route, the Estuary Walk from Barnstaple Station trail is set along a mostly level tarmac path. A lovely hike for keen birdwatchers, you’re likely to see a variety of species along the saltmarsh and rock beaches.
Walk length: Just under two and a half miles
If you just want an easygoing trail, then be sure to take a stroll along the Avocet Line. Taking you from Exmouth over to Lympstone, there’s the opportunity to see otters, seals and buzzards on your way through.
Escape to the captivating Lundy Island, a hidden gem off the coast of North Devon. Discover a rugged paradise boasting stunning landscapes, abundant wildlife, and rich maritime history. From scenic hikes and diving adventures to birdwatching and stargazing, Lundy Island offers an unforgettable getaway.
Address: Lundy Island, Bristol Channel, Devon, EX39 2LY
Indulge in the breathtaking beauty of Woolacombe Beach, a coastal paradise that stretches for miles along the North Devon coastline. With its pristine golden sands, rolling waves perfect for surfing, and picturesque surroundings, it's an ideal destination for beach lovers and nature enthusiasts alike.
Address: Woolacombe, North Devon, EX34 7DL