For cottages in Devon there are are some lovely areas to choose from the North Devon coast, Dartmoor, and the south Devon Coast and everything in between. the county is the third largest in England, with Cornwall to west and with Dorset and Somerset to the east.
Devon is scattered with picturesque villages and stunning scenery from the wild, vast open space of the Dartmoor National Park, to rugged coastlines, contrasting with lovely sandy beaches which are one of the major reasons Devon is so popular to hire a cottage for a holiday break.
North Devon Cottages - This area of Cornwall contains some really great sandy beaches such as the vast expanse of Westward Ho!,, Woolacoombe and nearby Croyde beaches. The area also contains rocky cliffs with small bays where you may also find a small cove.
South Devon contains a larger choice of sandy beaches, and the coastline is no so rugged, though there are areas of cliffs. The Area from Brixham to Plymouth has been designated and Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) while east of Brixam towards Torquay and beyond (Torbay) is known as the ' English Riviera'