Popular Lettings in Hope Cove
Highlights in Hope Cove
- Beautiful beaches
- Pretty fishing village
- Family friendly activities
Most popular in Hope Cove
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Hope Cove
Fancy a holiday in a traditional English fishing village with gorgeous beaches? Then Hope Cove is ready to draw open its curtains to you! Holiday lettings can be found right next to Hope Cove’s beaches, right in the heart of the small village just next to the coast. However, head a little further inland to enjoy holiday lettings which are in the heart of the lush, green Devon countryside for instant access to both the coastal area and the exciting activities available nearby.Family holidays in Hope Cove, Devon.
Hope Cove is made up of two villages: Outer Hope and Inner Hope, known together as Hope Cove. Most holiday rentals in this delightful fishing village are houses which offer holiday accommodation to families of all sizes. Enjoy extraordinary views over the sands and waters of Hope Cove, with terraces and patios offering breath-taking vistas that stretch for miles. Enjoy peaceful tranquillity whether you stay in the village of Hope Cove or in the countryside surrounding the village – this is a holiday destination for those who want to relax and enjoy the local beauty.
Holidays in Hope Cove
The area and getting around
Less than an hour’s drive from Plymouth, Hope Cove is a very accessible beach holiday location in South Devon. Embraced by the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village is the perfect holiday for people who love the outdoors, and want to experience the magnificence that one of the UK’s most attractive natural spaces has to offer. The natural rock pools and soft sand of the beaches offer families with children a safe and enjoyable beach holiday, with two exceptional beaches within close range of Hope Cove village.Experience the natural parks around Hope Cove
Half an hour’s drive from Hope Cove is Dartmoor National Park, a huge, wild moorland with cavernous river valleys, castles, abbeys and of course the wild Dartmoor ponies. To the north of Hope Cove is the Tamar Valley, another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As well as the natural environment you’ll experience some of the most incredible feats of British engineering set into nature’s backdrop, such as the beautiful Calstock Viaduct.
Travellers and activities
The South West Coast Path is the longest natural trail in the UK, stretching an incredible 630 miles along the coast of this fair isle. Easily accessible from Hope Cove, the South West Coast Path offers ‘easy’, ‘moderate’ and ‘challenging’ walk options for all abilities and fitness levels. Those preferring to hike away from the coast will find myriad options of memorable routes through moorland and woodlands, a natural disneyland to revel in.Hope Cove for animal lovers
The hardy, strong ponies on Dartmoor have lived there for hundreds of years and have been vitally important to the local economy as workhorses for mining, farming and travelling. Seeing the ponies living wild on Dartmoor is a huge treat for all animal lovers, as there are few places in the world where this is possible. Another real treat for those fond of our four legged friends is Slade House Farm donkey sanctuary, just over an hour’s drive from Hope Cove. As well as meeting the rescued animals, visitors can enjoy interactive exhibitions that provide information about the importance of donkeys to humanity.
There are multiple shipwrecks off the coast of Hope Cove, including the only ship from the Spanish Armada off the English coast!
Top 5 travel tips in Hope Cove
Hope Cove has two beaches: Mouthwell Sands and Harbour Beach. Mouthwell Sands is especially wonderful for rock pool exploration and sandcastle making and the views from the beach are just gorgeous.2. Stroll through Lukesland Gardens
A short distance from Hope Cove is Lukesland Gardens, 24 acres of vibrant colour and scrumptious scents next to a Victorian Gothic mansion. The tinkling streams that reflect the colourful flowers are heavy with tin deposits – an important part of the region’s mining history.3. Discover Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre
Displaying fairground rides going back to 1800, the Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre is a veritable smorgasbord of fairground extravaganza, waiting to whizz you back in time with their working rides and fairground games.4. Experience the splendour of Castle Drogo
Towards the north of Dartmoor National Park is the exceptional Castle Drogo, a family day out of considerable stature. Despite its medieval sounding name, the castle is only 100 years old and was the last to be built in England!5. Visit Hope Cove on Hope Cove Weekend!
Over the August Bank Holiday weekend Hope Cove plays host to phenomenal family fun. Hog roasts, sandcastle competitions, children’s races, music and dancing, Hope Cove Weekend is packed with fun for all the family!
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Hope Cove
Hope Cove is one of the most expensive cities in the United Kingdom. The price for a holiday rental is about £209.81 per night.Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Hope Cove?
If you decide to discover Hope Cove, we suggest organising your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 67% in the year 2019.How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Hope Cove?
We have collected the offers from 9 different partners in Hope Cove, so we can provide you with around 110 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!