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Holiday rentals and lettings in Croyde
Croyde is the ideal destination to enjoy amazing surfing, spectacular sceneries, and beautiful beaches. The area offers multiple holiday rentals to meet diverse needs and budget. If you are on a romantic getaway, you can choose to reside near Croyde Bay where you can have romantic sunset walks at the beach. There are holiday lettings in the village centre with lovely gardens, unobstructed views, and easy access to numerous points of interest. To avoid crowds, reside at the seaside village where you can soak up in the serene atmosphere as you explore the old-world beauty and the surrounding beaches.Fully furnished holiday rentals
There are several holiday lettings available to offer maximum comfort whether you are on a solo trip, group tour, family holiday or a romantic getaway. They come with amazing amenities like private pools, wifi, spacious parking lots, balconies, and beautiful gardens where your kids and pets can play. There is room for all since they have additional bedrooms and a large living room to offer maximum privacy. They provide a fully equipped kitchen with convenient modern appliances, especially if you are staying for a more extended period and you don't need to dine out every time.
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The area and getting around
Croyde is a beautiful village located on the western side of the North Devon coastline with the most unspoilt gems around. Woolacombe is a beautiful spot near Croyde with award-winning beaches, some eateries, and fantastic gift shops. Braunton is another beautiful neighbourhood where you can enjoy nature trails, hikes, and an incredible visit to the Braunton Burrows Nature Reserve. Saunton is home to unique dunes, and if you are a golf lover, you can visit the Saunton Golf Club for a spectacular experience. The coastal side has the most consistent waves and a variety of rocks creating beautiful spaces for water sports.A unique village with hidden charms
The vibrant atmosphere, great facilities, and the pretty village sites make Croyde the perfect holiday destination. It is the best place to visit if you are interested in surfing, and there are various reputable surf schools for beginners on the coastal side. At the village centre, you will find various shops where you can buy or hire surfing equipment. There is also a village shop where you can buy ice cream and pastry. If you love the nightlife, there are clubs at the centre of the village which serves excellent beer and several restaurants for delicious meals. The village has excellent walking trails along the coast accessible for people of all ages and abilities.
Travellers and activities
Croyde is the ultimate destination to make memories with your family. Get on the exciting treetops challenges at GO Ape and explore various monkey species. The course also has an area for kids to test their courage. Enjoy a movie at the Croyde Deckchair Cinema for an incredible night experience with some popcorns. Go for nature trips, hiking, and bird watching at the Croyde Loop Trail in the beautiful wildflowers scenery which is fun for the kids and dogs are also allowed.Croyde for beach lovers
Visit the Croyde Bay, a sandy beach with dunes which leads down from the village and is safe for families with children and surfers. You can visit one of the rock pools at the end of the beach or walk through the beautiful footpaths which offer spectacular views. There is a lifeguard service available at the beach from May to September and during busy holidays. You might also want to improve your volleyball skills at the beach during the summer. You can also visit Saunton Sands on the southern side of Croyde, a fantastic beach stretch suitable for all. On the northern side, you can go to Putsborough Beach, which offers a more tranquil mood for sunbathers.
Croyde village has remained largely unspoiled and has an ancient world feel that is well respected by the surfing community and all residents.
Top 5 travel tips in Croyde
Have a taste of locally made ales, cakes, and cream teas at the Baggy point. There are multiple restaurants on the coastline where you can enjoy seafood.2. Enjoy surfing
The seaside village on North Devon Coast is famous for surfing on the beaches. You can also attend the annual surfing competition or get trained.3. Go for sight-seeing
At Baggy point, you get a view of the remarkable beauty of South West Coast Path. You can also watch the Atlantic wave's crash against the cliffs.4. Go for horse riding
Roylands Riding Stables in Devon offer you some friendly horse rides, with experts on the lead. You can carry along your kids to enjoy the spectacular views of the Croyde Bay.5. Enjoy nightlife
The village pubs in Croyde offers a great night out with numerous beer options. Enjoy a private driver for the night since Pub hopping is prevalent in this area.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Croyde
Judging by the data from the previous year, Croyde is the most exclusive city in the United Kingdom, with an average price of £287.94 per night.Should I plan a trip to Croyde well in advance?
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Croyde it is necessary to be proactive, as 65% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.How many rentals are available in Croyde?
In Croyde we have a comprehensive catalogue of approximately 300 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 14 local and international partners.