All areas of Devon
1331 properties in total
Bucks Mills (3)
Chard area (1)
Combe Martin (15)
East Portlemouth (5)
Exeter area (27)
Great Torrington (17)
Mid Devon (63)
Newton Abbot (20)
Newton Ferrers (5)
North Devon (507)
Noss Mayo (11)
South Devon (761)
Westward Ho! (23)
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Holiday Houses & Cottages in Devon for rent
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Devon is one of the most beautiful and fascinating regions of the United Kingdom. From the wilds of Dartmoor, to the wonders of Exeter Cathedral, there is plenty to see and do. With miles of gorgeous coastline, you can find a wide range of scenery in Devon, with all the fun of the beach at great resorts like Torquay or Dawlish as well. Devon has many towns to explore, such as Exeter with its underground passages dating to the fourteenth century, its splendid Cathedral, and the delights of Killerton gardens to enjoy. Or head to Torquay on the "English Riviera", where you can sunbathe in the summer of visit great attractions like the spectacular Kent's Cavern or Paignton Zoo. In the north of Devon, you can also find the quaint resort of Ilfracombe, with its newly installed Damien Hirst sculpture, famed golf course and lovely coastal walks. But Devon is most famous for its beautiful countryside. Both Exmoor and Dartmoor offer stunning walks, with strenuous climbs on offer alongside leisurely strolls. Head out across Dartmoor on hired ponies, or on the Buckfastleigh Steam Railway. Visit Cleeve Abbey on Exmoor and see wonderful views of the Severn Estuary. Devon has it all. With friendly locals who are used to large numbers of tourists and a fine blend of outdoor and indoor attractions, it can be enjoyed at all times of the year by all members of the family. Why not visit the Crediton Folk Music Festival, or the vibrant Exefest, or just head out for a relaxing break. You will love Devon.
Holiday Letting in Devon for your short break
Devon offers a wide range of property types for you to choose from. Cottages in Devon are magical. If you are looking for seclusion and a family experience, there are hundreds of beautiful cottages to choose from. Enjoy the perfect location in picturesque slate roofed cottages, whether that is overlooking the sea or in the middle of the moors. Whatever you choose, you can enjoy all of the comforts you need. Apartments in Devon are a great option for others, and Devon offers city based accommodation in well appointed, centrally located apartments. Enjoy the best facilities on offer, with stunning panoramic views of one of Devon's port towns or resorts. Sip wine on the balcony as the sun sets and head into town for some delicious seafood. Chateaux in Devon are another great option if you are looking to splash out. There are a number of spectacular chateau style holiday properties which would be perfect for a stag weekend or birthday getaway. Stroll through luxurious gardens and cook up a feast in a spacious kitchen after a day on the beach. Farmhouses in Devon are a superb choice for a taste of history. Why not book a farmhouse and wake up with the sound of sheep in your ears before tucking into a hearty rural breakfast? Devon's history of agriculture means that there are many farms and converted barns available for you to rent, to make that holiday break extra special.
Best time to enjoy Devon
Devon is a beautiful place to visit at all times of year, but the attractions on offer vary from season to season. If you are looking for a summer holiday, Devon has hundreds of beaches to explore and golf courses to wander around. Being on the south west coast, the area attracts more sunshine and higher temperatures than other areas of the country, making it a perfect choice for sunseekers. But Devon is magical in the winter as well. There are few sights as inspiring as the rivers of Exmoor and the hills of Dartmoor in the snow. Pony trekking and orienteering are great leisure options in winter, spring and summer alike. The cities of Devon offer attractions throughout the year but are particularly appealing in the winter, with Christmas shopping events and thinner crowds. Devon is one of the easiest places in the United Kingdom to visit. With a huge range of high quality places to stay, great beaches and stunning scenery, it understandably attracts a large number of visitors. In the summer holidays, many families head to Devon for the sun, so book early. However you visit, a wonderful time is guaranteed.