Staying in a holiday cottage in Bideford is perfect when you want to enjoy the best of what North Devon has to offer. When enjoying a holiday at one of our self-catering cottages in Bideford you are only a short drive from the coast, as well as being close to the scenic countryside. The holiday homes in and around Bideford are also ideally located for discovering many of the local attractions or for hoping on board the MS Oldenburg to visit Lundy Island. Self catering properties in Bideford allow you to explore the area described by author Charles Kinglesy in his book Westward Ho!. This historic port town is home to a wonderful selection of holiday cottages, from secluded, rural retreats perfect for couples and families, to large dog friendly, holiday lets with enclosed gardens and lots to do on your doorstep. Sitting alongside the River Torridge, the town is a great setting for anyone seeking a quiet place to recharge.

Bideford is popular with visitors exploring its narrow streets lined with a fantastic array of independent shops, cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants. It also has a family park, with splash pool (open in the summer months) and the Burton Art Gallery. Bideford also hosts many festivities and events, including boating and running. The beach at Westward Ho! is within easy reach, plus just a short drive away is the large commercial town of Barnstaple.

So, if you looking for a self-catering holiday let in Bideford, see our properties below:

Crooked Lake Cottage
Crooked Lake Cottage
Crooked Lake Cottage

Crooked Lake Cottage

Set just outside the village of Parkham on the Bideford-Bradworthy road, Crooked Lake is a delightful 3-bedroom self-catering cottage providing cosy accommodation for up to 5 guests in a lovely tranquil setting. Backed by an ancient woodland with a regular trail of wildlife frequenting it’s lovely garden, Crooked Lake is also perfectly located to enjoy the North Devon coast and the coastal resorts of Appledore, Instow and Westward Ho! but also guests can venture inland to Exmoor and Great Torrington, a site of a famous Civil War battle.