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Rentals by the Beach, in a Town or by a National Park
Devon flaunts a northern coast to the Irish Sea and a southern coast on the English Riviera by the English Channel, with fantastic national parks and landscapes in between. Devon’s northern coast portrays more rugged qualities, featuring some of the highest cliffs in the south of the UK including the infamous, “Great Hangman” cliff in the Exmoor National Park which towers over the coast at just over 300 metres. Towards the north west of Devon lies the summer paradise of Woolacombe Bay. With its long sandy beach with a backdrop of steep cliffs and majestic rolling hills, the bay attracts many types of holiday makers from families looking for a perfect British beach break,
walkers to explore the diverse terrain and surfers to take advantage of the active waves which roll onto the beach. Rolling hills dominate Devon’s Southern landscapes which contain the renowned Dartmoor National Park, with its long endless scenery, enchanting forests and exciting rivers. For holiday makers with pets, this national park is perfect for dogs to run freely and feel at one with nature, with lots of exciting activities on offer for people of all ages. With many cottages and holiday lettings available with Holidu, the destination within Devon is your choice!
Great National Parks, Fabulous Beaches and a great Portfolio of Activities for all Ages
With 150 miles of cycle paths available throughout the county of Devon, road and off road cyclists have a field day visiting and feel at home in the more rugged north with breath-taking cliffs and the south with its endless rolling hills and forests. The Tarka Trail is hugely popular among cyclists, connecting the 30mile gap between Braunton and Meeth along a picturesque former railway route. Devon offers some truly stunning scenery for not only cycling, but for walking and trekking as well. The Dartmoor National Park features some beautiful walks which should be planned into your itinerary if you are a keen walker. The relatively undisturbed Fingle Bridge walk
is nearly 4miles in length and takes you past stunning meadows and over the picturesque River Teign. The Exmoor National Park offers the hidden yet beautiful trail of Watersmeet, which invites you to discover magical valleys and lush forests by the lazy East Lyn River. Expect cosy pubs and friendly locals during the walk and try some tasty homemade ale typical of the county. Devon isn’t just only great for visits in summer with its stunning beaches, fantastic trails and beautiful National Parks: Colder weather makes for cosier times in cottages and holiday lettings after a refreshing day out in the county. Why not explore Devon in the winter time and sit by the fire in picturesque pubs with a pint of locally sourced ale!
Top 5 Tips to consider when booking your dream Devon Cottage
1. A more unusual yet exciting activity to try out in Devon is trekking with Llamas on the Jurassic Coast near Sidmouth. This fascinating and truly unique tour with picturesque views of the coastline intrigues and lures people from all over the country, so it is best to book well in advance!
2. Surfers and body borders will feel completely at home along Devon’s north west coast in the picturesque towns of Woolacombe, Croyde, Saunton and Westward Ho! offering great surfing opportunities by the beach, with some of the best waves the UK has to offer. With not only great surfing opportunities but great chippies and cosy cafes throughout, Woolacombe and the surrounding towns make great holiday destinations for surfers and families, with stunning views of the Isle of Lundy out to sea.
3. The tiny fishing town of Lynmouth is a true hidden gem – lying on Devon’s north coast within the Exmoor National Park, the town nestles at the bottom of a steep cliff which is accessible by a cliff railway, connecting it to the town of Lynton, another relatively unknown English gem. With many walks and trails to discover as well as traditional family run local pubs, why not book a typically cosy cottage or holiday letting in the area to discover this picturesque area up close
4. Devon caters for many Horse Riding opportunities throughout the county, a fantastic activity for all the family. Take to the saddle and discover picturesque villages throughout Devon on rolling hills and cosy country roads surrounded by trees and nature.
5. To discover fascinating wildlife up close, why not visit the renowned Exmoor Zoo in Barnstaple, close to Woolacombe. With spectacular wildlife on show, discover lemurs, leopards, tarantulas, penguins and a lot more – make it a great day out with the family!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Devon
Our data shows that Devon has an average price of £164.70 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in the United Kingdom.
If you want to save as much as posisble during your visit to Devon, go there in March (£141.08 per night on average), November (£145.02), or February (£148.1) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Devon, the most expesnive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of £210.15, £182.13, and £178.68, respectively.
It's better to book sooner than later in Devon as only 35% of the accommodations remain available, following the data observed in 2019.
The best months to find free accommodation in Devon are March (the average amount of properties that are free reached 61% of the total in 2019), April (54.25%), and November (53.2%).
The months with the lowest propereties available in Devon are, in order, August, July and September, with respective average availability figures of 9%, 14.5%, and 16.75%, based on data collected in 2019.
Holidu has 7400 properties in Devon, offered by 21 different partners.