Devon cottages are a popular accommodation choice and as such there are a number to choose from, from North Devon Woolacombe cottages, offering access to the northern coast, to Dartmouth cottages in South Devon. Devon cottages stretch across the entire region, and so whilst some may choose from cottages in Torquay, there are other people who may prefer somewhere a little quieter, but who still want to remain near to the coast, perhaps deciding to rent cottages in Sidmouth. There is a great choice of holiday cottages in Devon - beautiful luxury thatched holiday cottages in Devon's heartland, or charming fisherman's self-catering cottages on the North Devon coast or the Jurassic coast. Many of these are historic listed buildings, retaining original features and charm and character.
Dartmoor cottages, and those across the county, do vary, not just in appearance and style, but also with regards to the amenities that they provide, and so it is worth making a list of your specific requirements. Before booking a holiday cottage in Devon, you should decide exactly what you want and need in, or nearby to your cottage in order that you can have the best possible time.
Remote, idyllic Ilfracombe cottages may be perfect in the summer, but isolated in the winter, and this can apply to cottages elsewhere in Devon too. Plan ahead, and conduct some research into the local area and its amenities in order to make the most of your holiday experience in Devon.