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Top-rated holiday rentals in Salcombe

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Apartment in Devon
Lovely Studio Apartment with Off-road Parking
Self contained studio apartment with private entrance at the front of Aloha. Located in a quiet part of town at the top of the hill, it’s a scenic 5-10 min walk down to the town where you can enjoy the coastal views, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Guest parking is off-road with additional space for trailer storage by separate arrangement/cost. The room is equipped with a small kitchenette and an en-suite with shower. If you cannot manage the hill back up, please ask if you would like a lift.
13–20 Dec, Professional Host
£124 per night
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Loft in Teignmouth
BeachFront Loft, Log burner, stunning views
On BackBeach. Stunning sunsets & spectacular views up the River Teign 2 Dartmoor. Step outside to beach, swimming. Ask to use: Kayak; small boat mooring; firepit & Bar-B-Q. Logburner Oct- thru April. Shared private patio, people watching. Award winning restaurant steps away. Ship Inn, sailing school doors away. Tranquil/vibrant depending on season. Front beach 5 minutes walk. Shaldon Ferry, Arts Quarter, town centre, a few minutes walk. Trains 10 mins walk. Dartmoor National Park under 20 miles.
7–14 Feb, Individual Host
£138 per night
Superhost
Flat in Salcombe
Beautiful apartment on the seafront
Beautiful 1 bed apartment in the heart of Salcombe with stunning views across the estuary from the bedroom/ lounge area. Separate kitchen/ bathroom across the corridor. The apartment benefits from use of the communal swimming pool and gardens. Please note the swimming pool closes during winter months. Free Parking
25 Jan – 1 Feb, Individual Host
£116 per night

Popular amenities for Salcombe holiday rentals

Stay near Salcombe's top sights

Mill Bay34 locals recommend
The Winking Prawn90 locals recommend
The Ferry Inn23 locals recommend
Overbecks51 locals recommend
Victoria Inn26 locals recommend
Salcombe HarSpa58 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Salcombe

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Flat in Salcombe
1 Shaws Corner; South facing balcony and own patio
15–22 Apr, Individual Host
£178 per night
Superhost
Cottage in Devon
Absolute gem - chic cottage
11–18 Nov, Individual Host
£123 per night
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Flat in Salcombe
Beautiful Waterside Apartment, Salcombe
1–8 Dec, Individual Host
£184 per night
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Cabin in Millbrook
Stunning Oceanside Cliff Retreat 2 beds Cornwall
12–19 Apr, Professional Host
£346 per night
Guest favourite
Home in Galmpton
Spacious private cottage near the sea and Salcombe
22–29 Jan, Individual Host
£96 per night
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Home in Salcombe
Beautiful Salcombe Home - great views-free parking
14–21 Nov, Individual Host
£282 per night
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Apartment in Devon
Woodside Beach - Kittiwake - 1 bed w/private beach
11–18 Oct, Individual Host
£288 per night
Guest favourite
Home in Salcombe
Trendy Fisherman's cottage. Centrally located.
11–18 Nov, Individual Host
£124 per night
Guest favourite
Apartment in Salcombe
2 The Reach - Luxury beachfront apartment for 4
24 Sept – 1 Oct, Individual Host
£312 per night
Guest favourite
Guest suite in Devon
Salcombe private guest annexe suite
29 Jan – 5 Feb, Individual Host
£82 per night
Superhost
Home in Salcombe
Stylish house, stunning views overlooking beach
29 Nov – 6 Dec, Individual Host
£212 per night
Guest favourite
Cottage in Salcombe
The pink cottage on the beach
20–27 Sept, Individual Host
£204 per night

Quick stats about holiday rentals in Salcombe

Total rentals

340 properties

Rentals with a pool

30 properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

120 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

300 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

5.8K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

£47 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Salcombe

All About Salcombe

With their turquoise waters and silky golden sands, the beaches and former smugglers’ coves at Salcombe are some of the most idyllic southwest England has to offer. Located on the Kingsbridge estuary — a marine reserve, fed by myriad small rivers and streams — this former fishing and shipbuilding village has a proud sailing tradition. It’s become a paradise for a wide range of watersports, and a chic place to shop and dine, thanks to a thriving foodie culture (it was once a major port for fruit and produce). Along its dramatic cliffs, a particularly stunning stretch of the South West Coast Path connects with charming villages like East Prawle and South Pool, and the thatched-cottage settlements of Inner and Outer Hope. It is surrounded to the north by the rolling hillsides of the outstandingly beautiful South Hams region, including the nearby Overbeck’s estate and gardens.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Salcombe

The South Devon coast is one of the warmest places in the UK, with a microclimate so unique that it’s one of the few places on the mainland you can grow subtropical plants, from oranges and lemons to bananas. The maritime climate and prevailing southwesterly winds keep the winters mild (temperatures rarely drop below 40 degrees Fahrenheit), and the summers can hit highs in the mid-80s, although average temperatures are closer to 70 degrees. The water is at its warmest in August, when it reaches around 60 degrees; and it’s rainiest in the fall. Still, wet weather is never entirely unexpected, so it’s worth packing a waterproof jacket along with your bathing suit.


Top things to do in Salcombe

South Sands

The 30-minute walk from Salcombe to this family beach takes you past the gentle surfing beach of North Sands, as well as a former English Civil War fort. But you can also make the journey on Salcombe’s quirky Sea ractor, a unique transport experience you’ll want to try at least once.

East Portlemouth

Sitting opposite Salcombe, this pretty, quiet village is a five-minute ferry ride across the water. Its position on the southern end of the estuary means that its white-sand beach gets more sunshine than its neighbors. East Portlemouth also offers access to a number of gems along the South West Coast Path, including Small’s Cove, Fisherman’s Cove, and Mill Bay, all of which are dog-friendly.

Start Point Lighthouse

A great place for seal- and dolphin-spotting, this elegant turreted lighthouse, built in 1836, stands at the end of a dramatic mile-long promontory at the western end of Start Bay. The walk along the South West Coast Path from Salcombe takes a couple of hours — and is well worth it for the epic scenery — or you can drive out to it in 40 minutes.

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