Book Your South Huish Cottage Holiday in South Devon
South Huish is a sleepy hamlet, surrounded by the glorious countryside which is typical of rural Devon. Besides a scattering of pretty thatched cottages, this traditional community remains undeveloped, making it perfect for unwinding to the sound of birds singing in the hedgerows. One of the biggest draws of South Huish holiday cottages is easy access to one of Devon’s most beautiful stretches of coast. Take a wander along the South West Coast Path, through an Area of Outstanding Beauty where towering clifftops, sandy beaches and an abundance of wildlife can be found. For a bracing dip in the sea, head to Thurlestone Bay, a sheltered beach with fine shingle, turquoise waters and plenty of space to while away a day in the sun. The area’s sweeping river estuaries are also magnificent and can be explored on a traditional steamboat tour.
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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.
3 Bedrooms - Sleeps 6 - View Listing
As you arrive in the hamlet, you’ll notice the listed ruins of St Andrew’s Church, much of which dates back to the 13th century. The surrounding countryside and coast are scattered with pretty villages, such as the fishing community of Hope Cove. Spend the day at one of two beautiful beaches, watch fishing boats in the ancient harbour and look out for passing dolphins. You can’t go wrong with a holiday cottage in South Huish if you want to make the most of South Devon’s scenery. Within a short drive of your self-catering accommodation in South Huish, you’ll find some of the region’s best beaches and coastal villages, including Bigbury-on-Sea, Bantham and Challaborough. The charming resorts of Salcombe and Dartmouth are also nearby, offering a variety of nostalgic seaside attractions. Don’t miss South Huish Reserve, where wigeon, shoveler and shelduck can be spotted, overlooked by the dunes of Thurlestone Bay.