It's still not too late to start the hunt for your Easter cottage. But hurry, you'd be mad to miss out on booking the perfect property for your adventures this Easter...
Easter is a fantastic time to gather friends and family to spend some quality time together. Warmer weather, longer days, and with the countryside blooming and plenty of 'eggcellent' Easter activities taking place, there is plenty to keep everyone happy and entertained.
Now, less than four weeks away, the Easter holidays are fast approaching. So, don't delay on your hunt for the perfect cottage this Easter. We've still got some fantastic properties available to book, ranging from cosy retreats for two, traditional countryside cottages, large family coastal homes and luxury apartments by the sea. Discover all our Easter cottages available here
Check out below just a few of our favourite cottages in Devon still available to book this Easter. But hurry, they are booking fast.
The Garden Cottage
Set near the historical town of Torrington, this delightful one bedroom cottage surrounded by beautiful gardens and countryside is still only a 30 minute drive to the coast and offers the perfect base for a romantic getaway for two.
This 17th century thatched holiday cottage in the village of Goodleigh, near Barnstaple offers plenty of countryside charm for couples and small families wishing to explore the North Devon countryside, near Exmoor and the stunning North Devon coastline.
Crooked Lake Cottage
Tucked away in a quiet and tranquil location, just 5 miles from the town of Bideford and the popular seaside village of Appledore, this quaint and deceptively spacious stone cottage, sleeps up to 5 guests in three bedrooms.
This has been a horrible year for booking a holiday cottage! But we're keen to give you the confidence to book ahead for 2021
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