Superb Devon barn conversion for parties of up to 10 comprising a stylish, well-presented interior, an indoor swimming pool and a games room.
Browse our hand-picked collection of Devon holiday cottages and self catering properties to rent. All have received positive reviews.
Luxurious holiday property with five bedrooms, a large living room with open-fire, a dining room, kitchen and snug with wood-burner.
Well-presented holiday barn conversion for five guests that offers access to an indoor swimming pool, children’s play area and games room.
Stunning thatched holiday property set in a peaceful rural location on the outskirts of the historical town of Ottery St Mary, Devon.
Single storey cottage near the village of Chilsworthy with a private patio, shared lawn area and communal indoor swimming pool.
Luxury Devon holiday property for two people that’s set on a 20-acre boutique vineyard with access to a swimming pool and hot tub.
Beautiful chocolate box holiday cottage that’s situated in the Dartmoor National Park and retains many original features inside and out.
Stunning holiday barn for two guests that’s set in the owner’s well-kept grounds in the middle of pretty Devonshire village, Lydford.
Barn conversion with three bedrooms, a spacious living room and kitchen with breakfast area. Outside is a private courtyard with furniture.
Able to sleep up to eight guests, this Grade II-listed thatched cottage features a rustic beamed interior and sun-trap patio area.
Wigham Cottage is a dog-friendly thatched holiday property in Devon for up to four guests that features a heated outdoor swimming pool.
Devon is located in South West England and is bounded by Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset. Also known as Devonshire, it is the third largest county in England. Much of its varied landscape is dominated by the rugged Dartmoor moorlands but it also boasts two separate coastlines, one of which is designated as a World Heritage Site.
Devon's northern coast consists of sandy beaches and steep cliffs which combine to form picturesque coves and remote, hidden caverns. In contrast, the southern coast is renowned for its temperate climate which features a seafront lined with palm trees. Visitors will find a collection of resorts that take advantage of the pleasant weather such as Torquay, which is part of the English Riviera.
Inland, the moors of Dartmoor offer a barren, rock strewn landscape, most of which has National Park status. The Dartmoor National Park consists of 365 square miles of windswept, untouched beauty which is popular with cyclists and hikers. This region is punctuated by a number of granite hilltops called Tors - Yes Tor and High Willhays are the most famous and are over 2000ft.
Visitors will also find a number of important historical sites such as the Roman villas at Ilchester, East Coker and Camerton - as well as the rural beauty and charm, Devon also has a rich, fascinating heritage. Read more about this as well as top visitor attractions in our guide to Devon.