Quality Farm Holiday Cottages & Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in South Devon and Dartmoor

Perfect holiday accommodation for exploring Dartmoor, the South Hams, Plymouth, the South Devon coast, the Jurassic Coast, and The Eden Project. Children and dogs are welcome on many of our farms.
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  • Farm self catering and B&B in unspoilt South Devon countryside.
  • Superb walking along coastal paths and on Dartmoor.
  • 56 miles of heritage coastline, enjoying one of the mildest climates in Britain.

The coast of South Devon is one of contrasts. At the east end are the traditional seaside resorts of Torquay and Paignton, providing everything necessary to give you the perfect traditional seaside holiday, while further west is Dartmouth, famous for its August Regatta and links with naval history. On from there are the beautiful beaches of Slapton, Thurlestone, Bantham and Bigbury and the unspoilt natural beauty of the high cliffs and hidden coves of Kingsbridge, Avon, Erme and Yealm estuaries.  The yachting havens and marinas of Salcombe, Noss Mayo/Newton Ferrers and the amazing Plymouth Sound are a must to see.

Finally Plymouth is reached, where maritime associations abound. From here Sir Frances Drake set off in the Golden Hind to sail round the world, and the Pilgrim Fathers began their epic voyage on the Mayflower. A special attraction is the National Marine Aquarium, unique in its approach of charting aquatic life from small streams through to the ocean deeps. Inland are the rolling hills and fertile valleys of the South Hams, with the characteristic fertile red Devon soil showing up vividly wherever land is being prepared for planting. The indigenous South Devon breed of cattle still feature widely on many farms. A major attraction is the many small villages nestling between the hills.

Dartmoor National Park dominates the views to the north and is easily accessible to visitors staying in South Devon - providing a stark contrast with its heather-covered moors and exposed tors.