Coast & Country Cottages
Muddy says: award-winning? Yep; decent selection of gorgeous properties to choose from? Massive, actually; Super-knowledgeable? When it comes to South Devon, definitely. Need any more reasons to look up Coast & Country Cottages when you plan your next trip this way? I could go on…
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my foray into ‘the self-catering holiday’, it’s that choosing who to book with is super-important and can actually be the making or the teeth-shatteringly breaking of your hols. So that’s why I like everything about Coast & Country Cottages.
This small, family owned and managed holiday booking company, covering South Devon has seen plenty of prestigious awards rolling in, three years on the trot. Why? Well, because you can’t really beat the reassurance of having a team who live, breathe and constantly take in everything that you’ll want to enjoy from your hols. There’s nothing quite like personal recommendations, is there?
From their offices conveniently situated in Dartmouth and Salcombe, the team manage nearly 400 self-catering holiday cottages exclusively in South Devon, all of which have been VisitEngland assessed and graded. Their carefully selected properties showcase the best that Devon has to offer, with cottages by the water, in the rural countryside and in the area’s prettiest towns. Whether you’re after a secluded bolthole or a bustling vibe, every type of holiday and budget you can think of is up for grabs; baby-friendly, dog-friendly, romantic, rambling, cosy? Tick, tickety-tick.
And have you seen the website? So much more than a corporate-looking booking form, it’s all nicely categorised, so that finding your next holiday pad is easily navigable (there’s nothing worse than getting lost in your search). Plus the site isn’t just about drooling through the pics and particulars; you’ll find lots of info on your destination, with regularly updated guides on everything you’ll need during your stay. So, between them and *cough* us, you’re guaranteed to see the best bits of Devon while you’re here.