The North Devon village of Croyde has enjoyed a huge surge in popularity coinciding with the massive growth in the surfing market. As a result, many of the quaint, rustic cottages in this large North Devon seaside village offer quality self-catering accommodation. The picturesque village with its thatched holiday cottages is lively in summer and peaceful out of season. It is set between the two large golden sandy beaches of Saunton Sands to the west and the 3-mile long award winning beach that runs from Putsborough to Woolacombe to the east. Croyde is a perfect base for keen surfers and families with children alike. It is equally appealing for families or friends seeking a more traditional seaside holiday in North Devon, being totally suitable for bathing, beach cricket and building sandcastles.

3 cottages found 3 match all criteria.

A short rural walk from Croyde?s sandy beach in North Devon, Oyster Cove is a stylish 3-bedroom property with a lovely garden and outdoor dining patios. The cottage, sleeps 2-8 guests, and is also able to welcome pets.

Large, modern four-bedroom holiday home located in the desirable North Devon seaside village of Croyde. Sunset Beach accommodates up to eight, within easy walking distance of the beach and village centre. The house has an enclosed garden and gorgeous views of the countryside and ocean.

Redwood, a large coastal apartment in Croyde sleeps 10 people. It welcomes groups including stag and hen groups, perfect for fun, beach holidays at one of Devon's top award-winning beaches. Redwood is open-plan with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining area, lounge, balcony and kitchen.

Croyde has a very lively feel to it with an active night life at pubs like The Thatch and Billy Budd's, which regularly have live music and always great food. During the summer celebrity spotting in The Thatch proves a popular pass-time. The area around Croyde not only has miles of golden sandy beaches but the coastal paths offer great walks and cycling. For the more adventurous there is kite-surfing and paragliding as well as some serious mountain biking. A little further afield are the equally magnificent beaches of Saunton Sands, Putsborough and Woolacombe, ensuring visitors to this corner of Devon in search of a seaside or surfing holiday cottage are thoroughly spoilt for choice.