Discover a selection of 6,000 holiday rentals in Devon (county), GB that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including internet/WiFi and pool. Prices start at £ 40 per night, and cottages and cabins are popular options for a stay in Devon (county). Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Country charm at holiday lettings in Devon

So, you've opted for a Devon holiday rental? Get ready to shed the city vibes and hit the country roads. This is the south-west at its finest, a land of cattle farms and rolling hills, of beaches and surf-splashed cliffs. From erudite Exeter and its student-led bars to sail-forested Dartmouth and its empty smugglers' coves, there's oodles to get stuck into. Pack the walking boots – long and winding coastal routes await. Fold up the swimming gear and towels – sandy resorts abound, from Woolacombe to Bantham. Farmers' markets and farm-to-table bistros, mining museums and sailing regattas, are also in the mix.

Things to do

Places to go near holiday homes in Devon

Devon holiday rentals by the beaches are plentiful. There are options up in cliff-shrouded Ilfracombe, a stone's throw from surf-washed Putsborough Beach and the North Devon Heritage Coast. There are options down south, by Dartmouth and Torquay, surrounded by boat-bobbing harbours, fish and chip shops and the handsome South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walkers might prefer to go inland, for the rustic cottages of the Dartmoor National Park, while history buffs can stick to the towns, where maritime museums and age-stained castles await.

Activities

What to do near holiday homes in Devon

Devon's like medicine for the city mouse, coming at you with its rustic dairy farms and rolling moorlands; you'll be cured of visions of skyscrapers and traffic jams in seconds. Make the most of your escape by embracing horse riding adventures across the hills and sailing trips along the estuaries. Pick up a paddleboard and SUP through rugged coves of rock and cliff. Learn to surf – there are schools aplenty in resorts like Woolacombe. Hiking odysseys along heritage-rich cliffs and through age-old copper towns are rewarded with West Country ciders, and yachting, kayaking and cycling are also on the menu.

Weather

Best time to travel to holiday lettings in Devon

Devon's an outdoorsy dream. You can find beauty no matter the season. Winter, from November to March, ushers crisp, clear days that are great for walking secluded trails and woodlands. Spring is when things really kick into life. Hikers are magnetised to the moors by the lambs and blooming wildflowers, while beachgoers start to consider swims in the sea around about May. Look to book your Devon holiday rentals anytime between then and September, for the best weather.

Natural features

Moors to magical beaches in Devon

You can spend days exploring the untamed enclaves of the Dartmoor National Park, with its wildflower meadows blooming in spring, and free-roaming cows and ponies staring as you stroll between the primeval standing stones. Meanwhile, whole holidays can be focused on just one beach, surfing the waves, tanning, or boating out to see dolphins and seals. River valleys wiggle their way in from the shore now and again, too, taking the coastal paths through oak woods and old mining towns. The upshot? Devon's a truly beautiful chunk of the south-west.

How to get there

How to get to and around Devon

The nearest airport is in Exeter (EXT-Exeter Intl.), located 17.4 mi (28 km) from the city centre. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you might consider flying into Cardiff (CWL-Cardiff Intl.), which is 48.6 mi (78.2 km) away.

If you prefer to travel by train, Yeoford Station, Copplestone Station and Morchard Road Station are the main stations that serve the city.

Family friendly

Kid-friendly fun near holiday homes in Devon

Devon is packed with kid-friendly attractions to enjoy during your trip. Holiday homes are available near family-focused attractions like Crealy Theme Park & Resort, a theme park with kiddie rides, play areas, live shows and an indoor zoo, and Woodlands Family Theme Park, a theme park with indoor and outdoor play, rides and attractions and a farm with meerkats and falconry displays. Kids will also like the Milky Way Adventure Park, an amusement park with roller coasters, indoor play areas and wildlife displays.

Good for couples

Romantic holiday accommodation in Devon

If you're looking for a romantic holiday, Devon boasts an array of tranquil locations. Holiday lettings are available near places like Greenway House, an estate with an extensive book collection, formal garden and boathouse, and the Exeter Cathedral, a Gothic edifice with rooftop tours, an astronomical clock and a beautiful vaulted ceiling. You'll also enjoy the RHS Garden Rosemoor, a garden attraction with colourful blooms, a restaurant and a tea room.

How many holiday rentals are available around Devon (county)?

Our 2020 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 6,162 holiday lettings around Devon (county). From 5 cottages to 5 cabins, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.