Looking for holiday cottages on the Hartland Peninsula, a UNESCO designated area of outstanding natural beauty, then discover our wonderful selection of Hartland self-catering properties below.
We have a wonderful selection of cottages set on a working farm, that are ideal for couples, friends and small families wishing to holiday together in this beautiful part of Devon, and also within easy reach of North Cornwall. These range from one bedroom studio cottages, cosy barn conversions all on one level sleeping up to four guests to two bedroom cottages, which sleep up to five guests. They can be booked together to cater for a large group of friends or an extended family wishing to holiday together. Many of them are dog friendly cottages and benefit from having their own gardens, so are ideal for bringing your four-legged friends.
Situated on the Devon/Cornwall border, the remote North Devon town of Hartland provides plenty of charm with its good choice of craft shops, cafes and restaurants. The most spectacular views of the coast can be enjoyed from Hartland, renowned to be of the wildest headlands.
The Hartland Peninsula is a walker's paradise, where the South West Coast Path circles the area and provides walks with the most fantastic scenery including ancient woodlands, open moors and traditional bridleways . Walkers of all abilities are always welcome, where you can enjoy a gentle stroll or an invigorating hike in the area.
Explore Hartland Quay and the Shipwreck and Smuggling Museum. It’s situated on the South West coast path so easily accessible by foot or why not try cycling down the toll road? The beauty of the beach itself can be enjoyed no matter the season or weather. The museum’s displays tell the stories of shipwrecks and trades from the Hartland Quay.
Other places to visit are the beautiful gardens at either Docton Mill Gardens and Tea rooms or the beautiful flower days whilst exploring Hartland Abbey. During the winter months, there are helicopter flights departing from Hartland Point to Lundy Island.
Family attractions such as The Milky Way and The Big Sheep are all just a short drive away. The popular fishing steep cobbled village of Clovelly is also nearby, as well as the North Cornish resorts of Bude and Morwenstowe.