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Waterside Holidays Lodges in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset & West Country Cottages

Find your ideal self catering waterside holiday from our availability search of wonderfully located holiday cottages throughout Cornwall, Devon, Somerset & the West Country. There is a large variety of choice, from riverside farmhouse west country cottages, luxury fishing holidays, lakeside log cabins to family holiday lodges set in popular holiday parks.

One of the most popular regions of the UK, the West Country offers a great choice of rugged & stunning coastline and beautiful countryside. From remote moorland, sandy beaches, ancient market towns to traditional fishing villages and quaint harbours, it is ideal for anyone whom loves the great outdoors.

All bookings are directly with the owners and no agency fees are charged. Just choose your holiday location, dates, group size and check availability. Reserve your waterside cottage or lodge holiday online at the direct booking price or call us for advice between 9am & 7pm (UK) Monday to Saturday on 01252 339020.

The West Country Holiday Regions - Somerset, Devon & Cornwall

Cornwall has become famous for its wonderful beaches, pretty fishing harbours, pretty villages, great surfing, delicious local seafood, and a very laid-back way of life. Those whom love the sea will be in their element, being able to explore the many inlets, coves, superb coastal walks, great local harbour pubs & smuggler's inns, trying out freshly caught seafood, water sports are plenty or simply relax on one of Cornwall's many beautiful sandy beaches.

Walkers will enjoy the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain on the classic and often spectacular South West Coast Path. Further inland there are hundreds of miles of footpaths, tracks and trails across rugged moorland which include visiting historic Cornish towns and welcoming villages. Cyclists and mountain bikers will also enjoy the many challenging routes and well marked trails available throughout the county.

10 Great Alternative Things to do in Cornwall

Devon by comparison offers so much for everyone. With a wonderfully mild climate and two contrasting coastlines it offer miles of sweeping golden beaches, some of the top surfing beaches in the UK, superb sailing and watersports and some dramatic cliff-top walks. With Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks providing great opportunities for outdoor activities and adventures in wild, unspoilt open moorland, it is easy to why visitors return here year after year.

Charming towns, picturesque old villages and popular fishing harbours are just the thing for sampling a traditional British seaside holiday. There are classic gardens, old castles and stately homes to explore, and exciting cities mix great shopping with a fascinating history.

10 Great Alternative Things to do in Devon

Somerset is known as the ‘Land of the Summer People’ and is located in the South West of England. It offers beautiful rural countryside, wonderful beaches, a national park and a number of 'Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. Somerset’s famous rolling countryside has miles of undulating green fields, hills, spectacular and windy coastal cliff tops, famous Somerset cider orchards and endless flatlands. Somerset is easily accessible for all and is a haven to any walker, hiker or cyclist in the Mendips, The Quantocks and Exmoor National Park and famous landmarks include Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole.

Like many of Britain’s fantastic coastlines the Somerset coastline has plenty on offer for all ages. With an array of traditional seaside resorts, pretty harbours, quaint towns, stylish marinas and enticing fishing ports. You will be spoilt for choice on where to go first.

10 Great Alternative Things to do in Somerset

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