South Hams Self Catering Cottages
The region of Devon known as The South Hams is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located on and around the south west coast of Devon. It stretches along the coast from Plymouth across to Dartmouth and inland to touch the southern edge of Dartmoor to the North. Its self-proclaimed capital is the historic town of Totnes, which even has its own currency. The coastline around Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Salcombe offers some of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. The South Hams is also very popular with the sailing fraternity with lovely safe and picturesque harbours (good news for those bringing their yachts on holiday).
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Hayloft Cottage is a rural Devon holiday cottage near Totnes, sleeping 6 set in it's own 80 beautiful acres with private fishing lake, views to Dartmoor and close to coast and beaches. Pets welcome.
Overlooking quiet rolling fields in South Devon near Kingsbridge, this 400-year old dog friendly thatched cottage is THE perfect venue for a cosy and relaxing holiday. Beaches and cliff walks just 4 miles away. Open all year. Sleeps 6.
Cherry Cottage Slapton close to the coast was built at Buckland Court in 2001. This spacious rural property sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms and is furnished and equipped to a high standard including W-Fi. Central heating & modern insulation ensure this cottage is ideal for off-season use. Pets welcome
No.7 Court Barton No. 7 in South Huish sleeps 6 in luxurious, pleasingly stylish self-catering accommodation close to the South Devon coast between Thurlestone and Salcombe. Guests staying in this 3-bedroom rural holiday cottage enjoy use of an indoor and outdoor heated swimming pool and sea views.
Deep in leafy Devon lanes, pet friendly Larches Cottage lies on the coast,1.5 miles north of Slapton in a sheltered wooded valley, Grade II listed converted stone barns around a courtyard flanked on two sides with Virginia creeper and stone walls. 1.5 acres of garden.
3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 5 - View Listing
Magical romantic cottage for 2 with wi-fi A large studio with 5-foot double bed, sofa, dining table and TV. Separate kitchen. Bathroom with double ended bath Garden with furniture for sundowners! Gorgeous countryside all around and use of the 4-acre flowery meadow and woodland.
1 Bedrooms - Sleeps 2 - View Listing
Fastnet is a brand-new, large and luxurious Salcombe townhouse furnished to offer the highest quality self-catering holidays in Devon, just a short stroll from Salcombe’s town centre snd the beach. Located on the coast in the South Hams region of South Devon, Fastnet sleeps 8 guests in 4 bedrooms....
Set in a sheltered valley two miles inland from Slapton Sands, and Blackpool Sands, Buckland House is a large elegant Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse c1750. Offering high quality comfortable holiday accommodation for two or more families. Pets welcome.
7 Bedrooms - Sleeps 14 - View Listing
Exclusive large self catering holiday cottage near Totnes in South Devon. Beautifully converted stone barn sleeping 8 set in 80 acres of picturesque South Hams countryside with private coarse fishing lake, nature walks & views to Dartmoor. Pets welcome.
Bright spacious rural cottage in gorgeous secluded location in the South Hams countryside, just 20 minutes from lovely South Devon beaches. 3 bedrooms, ensuite shower and family bathroom and 2 WCs, large kitchen / dining and separate spacious sitting room. Outside there is a large garden with BB...
Families, friends and their pets are welcome at Cuttery House. This large South Devon holiday cottage lies close to the coast in gorgeous, remote rural surroundings near East Allington in the South Hams region of Devon. Cuttery sleeps 2-8 guests in 4 bedrooms.
The South Hams is dotted with beautiful towns and villages, probably the most famous being Dartmouth, home of the Royal Naval College. The Dart is packed with Marinas while ferries ply their trade carrying cars and foot passengers across to Kingswear. Here there is a terminus for the South Devon Railway, where steam trains carry visitors through the South Devon countryside to Paignton, from where it is often possible to get a pleasure boat back to Dartmouth. The contrast in geography is most pronounced if you drive for an hour from the coast at Kingsbridge or Dartmouth. Here you will find yourself on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. The region’s other heritage railway is the Dart Valley line, that chunters alongside the River Dart between Totnes and Buckfastleigh. Further down the coast is Burgh Island on which ists the hotel that features in at least one Agatha Christie novel. When the tide is in, reach it by ‘sea tractor’.