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We’ll help you find the very best in self catering accommodation in the south west of England. Whether you want a quiet coastal cottage, a converted barn in the countryside or luxury apartment overlooking the beach, you can find your dream holiday home here.

Wisteria Cottage, Exmouth

Price : £318.00

The Boat House, Rock

Price : £393.00

18 Moorings Reach, Brixham

Price : £314.00

41 Moorings Reach, Brixham

Price : £451.00

20 Belvedere Court, Paignton

Price : £270.00

Jalousie, Polzeath

Price : £623.00

Chy-an-Mor, Port Isaac

Price : £844.00

Bell Cottage, Sidmouth

Price : £384.00

Hoe Apartment, Plymouth

Price : £305.00

39 Moorings Reach, Brixham

Price : £393.00

Farthing Cottage, Brixham

Price : £198.00

Easter Cottage, Berrynarbor

Price : £359.00

The Buttery, Hartland

Price : £385.00

Devon

Devon offers two very different coastlines. To the north dramatic rugged headlands, surf washed sands and tree-clad combes are found, whilst South Devon offers sandstone cliffs, white pebble beaches, golden sands and sheltered bays that made the area England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Whether you are in search of challenging walks, time browsing in antiques shops or family fun at the seaside, all are available in Devon.

Cornwall

With thousands of rental properties available to holiday makers throughout the year, Cornwall is the most popular holiday cottage destination in England. Year after year this popularity increases as more people discover the beautiful scenery, fantastic beaches and great weather that make Cornwall a really fantastic holiday destination!

New holiday homes to rent in Devon & Cornwall

Barnacles, Fowey

A peaceful waterfront retreat with mooring

A weekend in Fowey

With excellent beaches, easy walks & hikes and a historic & literary heritage like no other town in Cornwall, Fowey is a place that everyone should visit.

On top of that, it’s one places with the best seafood along the English coast – even celebrity chefs agree and have the local fishermen deliver to their star rates restaurants all over the UK. With excellent transport links to other towns in the area, and a variety of National Trust walks nearby, Fowey is a wonderful place to base yourself in for your holiday in Cornwall!

A weekend in Falmouth

For those who like a bit more action than usual in Cornwall, Falmouth will not disappoint – dozens of unique shops that sell local handicrafts and food as well as a variety of theatre and cinema venues will make sure that there’s always plenty to discover, even on a rainy day.

Nights in Falmouth are an experience, as well – there might be only three pubs, but they make up for that with a wide selection of local drinks and excellent music. Falmouth is a lively holiday town with one of the deepest natural harbours in the world, and a great place to discover if you are looking for a slice of Mediterranean life in the UK.

A weekend in Salcombe

Sandy beaches, a bustling harbour, ferry and boat trips and over a dozen grand mansions – it’s no surprise the Victorians fell in love with Salcombe.

Laze on the beach, marvel at the unusual exhibits at Overbeck’s Museum, walk in the countryside or just have a dreamy cuppa or lunch with a breathtaking view over the estuary from one of the town’s many cafés and restaurants! The town in South Devon has been a popular holiday destination for about 150 years now, and while it used to be a place for the upper crust only, everyone is welcome these days.

A weekend in Mevagissey

The fishing village of Mevagissey in Cornwall is located in a part of the country that has been declared an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, and it’s easy to see why: in addition to several national parks, there are many gardens and other ecological projects in the area.

But it’s not all nature: countless art galleries, charming restaurants and a bustling harbour make Mevagissey a place that everybody will want to return to! Whether you too are looking for inspiration or just want to unplug, Mevagissey is the place to come if you feel you need to get away from it all.

A weekend in Boscastle

Boscastle is not just another fishing village in Cornwall – if you are looking for a romantic, fun and quirky place to spend your holidays, look no further!

From breathtaking views over the Atlantic and one of England’s most stunning sunsets at the harbour, to an unusual village busker and the Museum of Witchcraft, magical Boscastle has been fascinating visitors for decades. For a tipple and hearty food as well as fresh seafood, the village pub not only serve drinks, but also delicious food to a variety of live music.

A weekend in Brixham

There may be many fishing towns that look alike, but Brixham certainly is one of a kind: with unique street names that hint at the town’s history and even quirkier buildings and museums, it’s definitely a place that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

Even the nearby nature reserve has a fun character as it features not only the remains of a Napoleonic fort but also the smallest lighthouse in England. Where many other places in Torbay have been turned into monochrome resort towns, Brixham refuses to give up its historical, architectural and natural heritage.

A weekend in St Austell

St Austell is Cornwall’s biggest town and a perfect base for exploring the surrounding countryside, especially the historic port of Charlestown, whose narrow harbour has been used as a location for many films.

Yet, the attraction that has made St Austell famous world wide is the spectacular Eden Project, a masterpiece of engineering and architecture that simulates several climate zones, right here off the Cornish coast. The mystery Lost Gardens of Heligan are also just a short drive from the town, as are a number of excellent beaches. If you need a green fix, St Austell is the place to go!

A weekend in Tavistock

The birthplace of Sir Francis Drake, Tavistock is a great base for a holiday in Cornwall or Devon, no matter whether you are looking for a beach holiday, getting out & about and exploring the lush countryside on foot or by bike, and want to learn about the culture and history of this wonderful part of the country.

Tavistock might be small, but its charms make it stand out among the many holiday resorts of the area. Just wandering around town and exploring the market and shops will keep you occupied for days!

A weekend around Teignmouth & Shaldon

If you are looking to get away from it all, but don’t want to or can’t leave the country, the villages of Teignmouth and Shaldon are perfect for a relaxing holiday.

They are close enough to larger towns with with many tourist attractions, restaurants and night life, but if you feel like unplugging, you’ll barely find any traces of tourism’s worse sides – overcharging and overcrowding – in these picturesque villages. Just a short drive from Dartmouth, Paignton and Cornwall, they allow you to choose between peaceful countryside and sights and activities whenever you like.

A weekend around Kingsand & Cawsand

The villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are located just a five minute walk from each other at the Rame Peninsula, one of Cornwall’s corners that still haven’t been discovered by mass tourism.

The villages used to be separated by a stream, which has dried out now so it seems they are more like one village than two – in any case, both of them have managed to remain traditional and you will feel like you have stepped back in time when roaming around the narrow streets and picturesque buildings.