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Visitor Guide to Devon

Holidaying in Devon offers something for everyone, with two National Parks, Exmoor and Dartmoor, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites found on the stunning Devon coastline as well the historic county town of Exeter with its ancient Cathedral and hidden lanes. Renting a holiday cottage is the most relaxing way of visiting the county, you can come and go when you like and dogs are usually welcomed, so all the family can enjoy their Devon holiday.

Visitors are spoilt for choice, whether they are looking for miles of beautiful golden sands backed by dunes like Woolacombe or Saunton or pretty sandy coves and shingle beaches, ideal for rockpooling like Wembury beach. There is something to keep everyone happy, whether you are looking for family fun on the sand, a quiet and relaxing sunbathe or for the more active surfing or water sports, you won’t have to travel far to find it. With five official Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and its national parks (Dartmoor and Exmoor), Devon delights visitors with rolling hills, wild and rugged moors plus miles and miles of lush green unspoilt countryside.

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Some of our favourite Cottages in

Some of our favourite Cottages in Devon