A Devon holiday cottage in Chillington is hard to beat if you want to unwind in a peaceful corner of South Devon, amid miles of unspoilt countryside. This lovely village is just two miles from Devon's South Hams coast, famous for its sandy beaches, rocky coves and picturesque fishing villages. Holiday cottages in Chillington offer visitors the chance to experience life in a traditional Devon community which remains largely untouched by tourism. In the village centre, there’s a post office, butchers, pottery and park. There’s also a stylish pub, the Bear and Blacksmith, which is popular among locals for its coffee and cake before lunch, and pints of local cider and delicious meals, prepared with locally sourced ingredients in the evening. Chillington holiday cottages are perfectly located for taking long strolls along winding country lanes, full of birdsong and wild flowers. Reserve an afternoon for the lovely circular six-mile route from the village to Torcross and Stokenham. The trail meanders through ancient woodland and fields before passing the Torcross Memorial Tank on a particularly idyllic stretch of coast.

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The Devon countryside surrounding Chillington is dotted with thatched villages and historical market towns. The nearby village of Frogmore is well worth a visit for its renowned bakery and café, by Frogmore Creek. Stokenham is also nearby and has two pubs, both of which are known for serving outstanding food. For the freshest, best-quality local produce, visit Stokely Farm Shop, a couple of miles from Chillington. Devon Self-catering holidays in Chillington are great for exploring the beautiful South Devon coast. Don’t miss Slapton Sands, a glorious beach in a nature reserve, teeming with wildlife. A short drive northeast from Chillington is the ancient port of Dartmouth, where a charming selection of independent businesses await discovery. Salcombe, Hope Cove and the traditional market town of Kingsbridge are also nearby.