North Devon Holiday Cottages

View this fine collection of quality holiday cottages in North Devon's many picturesque market towns, sleepy villages and seaside resorts. Cottages spread from Clovelly in the west to Lynton and Lynmouth in the East; from Ilfracombe in the north to Chulmleigh on the border with mid-Devon in the south as well as the western side of the Exmoor National Park.

North Devon is for most people and undiscovered corner of the South West. For those in the know, it is perhaps their favourite corner, boasting fabulous international award winning beaches, historic market towns and quaint little thatched villages amidst a web of deep green, flower-filled county lanes, foot, cycle and bridle paths. Enjoy aa bucket and spade or surfing holiday at Woolacombe, Croyde or Saunton. Follow the 40-mile Tarka Trail - a long distance foot and cyclepath winding its way along the estuaries and rivers of the River Taw and Torridge from Braunton to Meeth. Find an idyllic holiday cottage close enough to the sound of the surf, in summer, or ian autumn break in a peaceful village, with is aroma of woodsmoke and where you can hear a sheep bleating  3-miles away on windless evenings.

To find a beach, country or riverside cottage, visit the North Devon page on My Favourite Holiday Cottages. There, waiting to be discovered are a mix of agency and owner-managed cottages (you can view both or select your preferred option).

North Devon is a great place for walking, so many cottages will welcome pets. Book a large holiday cottage with a group of friends or for a big family celebration and discover this delightful corner of England whose beauty is described variously, and with good reason, as 'Little Switzerland' or The Wilderness Coast'.

North Devon Holiday Cottages
The Old Kiln
Pilton Causeway
Barnstaple
Devon
EX32 7AA
01271 377432

Room / Unit Features

  • Fridge

Specialist Features

  • Cycle friendly

Additional facilities

  • Book online
  • Child / family friendly
  • Credit / debit cards accepted
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD equipment
  • Freezer
  • Hairdryer
  • Ipod Speaker Dock
  • Linen provided
  • Microwave
  • Open all year
  • Short breaks available
  • Television
  • Walker friendly
  • Washing machine / Laundry
  • WiFi

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Road Directions

North Devon is easily found. From the M5, turn off at Junction 27 and head north past Tiverton and enjoy the views as you drive towards Barnstaple, Ilfracombe or Bideford. If you prefer to travel by train then change at Exeter for the Tarka Line train which runs through the heart of North Devon to Barnstaple. It's worth travelling in spring just to enjoy the primroses and daffodils lining the railway cutting and riverbanks! All the main towns are well connected by public bus services, and once in North Devon there are plenty of opportunities for car and cycle hire.

Public Transport Directions

If you prefer to travel by train then change at Exeter for the Tarka Line train which runs through the heart of North Devon to Barnstaple. It's worth travelling in spring just to enjoy the primroses and daffodils lining the railway cutting and riverbanks!

National Coaches have regular services to North Devon, stopping at South Molton, Barnstaple, Bideford and Ilfracombe.

All the main towns are well connected by public bus services, and once in North Devon there are plenty of opportunities for car and cycle hire.

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North Devon Holiday Cottages

North Devon Holiday Cottages
The Old Kiln
Pilton Causeway
Barnstaple
Devon
EX32 7AA
01271 377432

North Devon is for most people and undiscovered corner of the South West. For those in the know, it is perhaps their favourite corner, boasting fabulous international award winning beaches, historic market towns and quaint little thatched villages amidst a web of deep green, flower-filled county lanes, foot, cycle and bridle paths. Enjoy aa bucket and spade or surfing holiday at Woolacombe, Croyde or Saunton. Follow the 40-mile Tarka Trail - a long distance foot and cyclepath winding its way along the estuaries and rivers of the River Taw and Torridge from Braunton to Meeth. Find an idyllic holiday cottage close enough to the sound of the surf, in summer, or ian autumn break in a peaceful village, with is aroma of woodsmoke and where you can hear a sheep bleating  3-miles away on windless evenings.

To find a beach, country or riverside cottage, visit the North Devon page on My Favourite Holiday Cottages. There, waiting to be discovered are a mix of agency and owner-managed cottages (you can view both or select your preferred option).

North Devon is a great place for walking, so many cottages will welcome pets. Book a large holiday cottage with a group of friends or for a big family celebration and discover this delightful corner of England whose beauty is described variously, and with good reason, as 'Little Switzerland' or The Wilderness Coast'.

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