Devon Cottage Holidays and Short Breaks To Book in Witheridge
Witheridge is a charming village in the heart of rural Devon. Surrounded by some of the county’s most beautiful countryside, holiday cottages in Witheridge are perfect for a peaceful break in a region of Devon which is often overlooked by visitors. The serene fields and wooded valleys around the village are perfect for long strolls and wildlife-watching. Scenic paths follow the Little Dart, Mole and Dalch rivers as they wind their way past the village. The surrounding area is scattered with farms and sleepy villages, such as Lapford, Chulmleigh and Winkleigh, all of which are worth a stop. Witheridge holiday homes tend to be within easy walking distance of the village’s amenities. In the heart of this friendly community is a graceful church, post office and newsagent. For a pint of local ale or a bite to eat before retiring to your Witheridge holiday cottage, try the award-winning Mitre Inn, an atmospheric 17th century coaching inn with a reputation for serving delicious meals, prepared with fresh, local produce.
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North Lake Chapel has been attractively converted to offer self-catering holidays in Morchard Bishop near Witheridge, a tiny heart of Devon village in a secluded rural location. This large detached and dog friendly holiday home with gorgeous rural views oozes character and style.
4 Bedrooms - Sleeps 8 - View Listing
Witheridge self-catering cottages are perfectly located for exploring the beautiful county of Devon. A short distance northwards lies Exmoor National Park, a wonderfully unspoilt expanse of wild moorland, ancient woods and rugged coast, where walking, horse-riding and wildlife-watching are popular. Witheridge is on the Two Moors Way, a renowned long-distance walking route which passes some of Devon’s most breath-taking scenery on its way from Dartmoor to Lynmouth, on the north coast. Some of North Devon’s best beaches are easily reached from Witheridge, including the sandy surf spots of Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton, and the secluded rocky coves of the Hartland Peninsula. To the south of Witheridge is the city of Exeter, home to impressive historical architecture, unique shops and many of the region’s best restaurants. Serious diners may wish to check the menu at the Michelin-starred Mason's Arms, an ancient thatched village hostelry in nearby Knowstone.