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Exeter Large Single Bedroom in Terraced House

A large single room airy and light. Double bed. The room is in a Victorian Terraced house. It is part of my family home. The house is within walking distance to the City and all local amenities. The University is close by, we have had predominantly students, who either walk or cycle. It is residents parking , with some free parking, and guest passes. In these strange times I'm asking guests to only use their room and shared bathroom. Kettle, tea/coffee , Microwave , TV in the room,

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Quiet retreat stunning location, hot tub, dog ❤️

Tranquil secluded detached cabin, large private all seasons hot tub, outdoor shower set in spacious covered outdoor area. Keybox entry with electric gated entrance, dog friendly, with fully fenced dog safe garden and patio. Large parking area beside property, smart TV, set in AONB & UNESCO World Heritage Site, breathtaking views over farmland, Tamar Valley & Dartmoor, BBQ, patio furniture, oven, hob, fridge, freezer, microwave, shower room double shower cubicle power shower, heating, free WIFI

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Dartmoor View Luxury Log Cabin with Hot Tub

The Dartmoor log cabin is situated in a secluded meadow in North Devon, with sweeping, unspoilt views it is the perfect location for a relaxing, romantic getaway. After a day spent enjoying the beautiful Devon coastline and beaches, or exploring hidden corners of Exmoor, you can relax in the cosy cabin or recline in the hot tub under the Exmoor dark skies in style and comfort. Finished to a high standard with Egyptian-cotton linen, underfloor heating and well-equipped kitchen for a luxury stay.

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Self Catering Cottages with Hot Tub in Devon

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Dunstone Cottage
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The Net Loft, Croyde
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A luxury cottage at Glen Silva Farm
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  2. Beaworthy
Beautiful countryside retreat with hot tub
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Quiet annexe cottage with Hot Tub by moor and sea
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The Shippon at Park View Farm, private hot tub
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Harbourside cottage at the Quay with hot tub
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Luxury property with hot tub & stunning views
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  2. Launceston
Relax in Your Private Spa at This Tranquil Country Cottage
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  2. Menheniot
Willow Barn Cottage
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The Linhay, luxury retreat for 2 with hot tub
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  2. Rumleigh
The Hop House, a hidden gem in the Tamar Valley.

Dog Friendly Cottages in Devon

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Beautiful cottage overlooking Hope Cove beach
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Cosy Rural Barn with Private Garden & Forest
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The Hen House, Private Hot Tub & Dog Friendly
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Detached Cottage with garden and Dartmoor views
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  2. Broadway
Romantic Bolthole For Two Near Award Winning Pub
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Well Cottage - Sidmouth, Devon - Pool,Games Room.
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ROWAN COTTAGE @ Fosfelle Country House
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Relax with a Beach Walk at Farmhouse-Style Jasmine Cottage
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Tradewinds cottage, Brixham harbour and sea views
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The Studio, a unique detached country hideaway
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Todsworthy Farm Holidays, The Hayloft
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  2. Bridford
Luxury, thatched Devon bolthole on Dartmoor

Beach Cottage Accommodations in Devon

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The Boathouse at Lee
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Harbor Beach-2 bedroom house, Harbourside location
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The Old Lobster Pot
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Lundy SeaView!! Fabulous Hot Tub & Views!!!
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Fantastic Beach House in exceptional location.
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Best view in Looe?
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Cottage with amazing views, boathouse & moorings
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Rosie's cottage, Axmouth Harbour quayside
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Seaspray - a perfect coastal retreat
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Fishermans Cottage 50m from Sidmouth seafront
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A Peaceful Private Beach House next to the Sea
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  2. Instow
Beach side cottage in Devon

Your guide to Devon

Welcome to Devon

From green and gentle hills to weathered moorland, soaring cliffs to sheltered sandy beaches, Devon is a nature lover’s dream. Tucked between Cornwall and Dorset in the southwest of England, the region boasts two national parks, Exmoor and Dartmoor, that cover more than 600 square miles of dramatic wilderness between them. The rugged northern coast has become a surfing destination, and the southern coast is home to the so-called English Riviera, where the pretty Georgian seaside towns of Torquay, Paignton, and Brixham are lined with palm trees and blessed by an almost Mediterranean microclimate. Exeter and Plymouth are lively university towns rich with history: Exeter’s city walls still combine Roman and medieval ruins, while Plymouth’s storied maritime past is evident everywhere you look. But wherever you start your journey, you don’t have to travel far to quickly find yourself surrounded by beautiful landscapes, bountiful wildlife, and, at night, some of Britain’s starriest skies.


How do I get around Devon?

Devon has its own airport at Exeter (EXT), where flights arrive from European holiday destinations and various other UK cities. Bristol Airport (BRS), 70 miles away, serves many more destinations, while the closest major global hubs are London Heathrow (LHR) and London Gatwick (LGW). It’s easy to reach Devon by rail from London — a direct train to Exeter St Davids takes two hours and connects the major towns and cities, as do coach services and local bus networks. Still, this is a largely rural area where public transport can be frustratingly infrequent and taxi and rideshare services can be limited. You may consider renting a car to explore more widely, especially the less accessible areas of the coast and the national parks.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Devon?

Thanks to its southerly location Devon is one of Britain’s warmest and sunniest regions, with a unique microclimate on its south coast that keeps even the winters mild. Having said that, the weather in Exmoor and Dartmoor is famously changeable; cold, rain, and fog can descend without warning, so it’s best to be prepared for all conditions when spending time outdoors. Summer is music festival season, and the seaside towns really come to life between June and August. But if you want to avoid the peak season when many Britons take their holidays here, then April-May and September-October are good alternatives, with a number of food festivals as well as the annual County Fair in May. In winter, you can catch one of Europe’s best rugby teams at their home stadium in Sandy Park.


What are the top things to do in Devon?

Exmoor National Park

Dartmoor National Park gets far more attention and twice the visitors, but Exmoor’s untamed beauty is no less compelling and more diverse than the term “moorland” suggests. Woodland, rivers, and beaches hidden along its dramatic coastline foster a landscape rich with wildlife, including roaming herds of red deer.

Plymouth

Humans have lived near the Plymouth Sound since the Bronze Age, when the Saxons settled there one thousand years ago. But it’s the town’s maritime and naval heritage that have left the greatest mark, from its 17th-century Royal Citadel and the Mayflower Steps—from which the first Pilgrims departed for North America—to the current home of the Royal Marines.

Jurassic Coast

Beginning near the east of the county and stretching into Dorset, this span of Britain’s south coast comprises 95 miles of awe-inspiring scenery and geological significance. Its beguiling cliffs and rock formations date back 180 million years and have yielded some of the most important fossils found on the continent.