A cottage in North devon usually means one of two things. A holiday by the sea, with the beautiful sandy beaches or deep in the beauty and isolation of Exmoor National Park. The National Trust look after some of North Devon’s most beautiful landscapes and most iconic locations providing you with some wonderful cottages to enjoy. We have collected 6 North Devon cottages to showcase just some of the holiday cottages available to rent in the North of this beautiful county.
A truly spectacular cottage perched on the the cliff edge at the most Northerly point of North Devon, this old Lighthouse keepers cottage provides unsurpassed views over Bristol Channel. This cottage offers unique views and easy access to Watersmeet.
West Challacombe Manor is a fascinating fifteenth-century manor house on a commanding south-facing site with superb views over the surrounding countryside and easy access into the heart of Exmoor. Next door you'll find West Challacombe Cottage.
This cottage sits on the very edge of Exmoor, opposite a traditional Devon Coaching Inn, dating back to the 17th Century.
A place that has never lived up to it’s name, Mortuary Cottage is a charming, cosy cottage perfect for an intimate escape. Set alongside the meandering River Yeo on the edge of the Arlington estate, the cottage is tucked along a narrow Devonian lane in the hamlet of Loxhore.
Nestled on the outer edge of the 600-year-old Arlington estate only six miles from Barnstaple, this Victorian gardener’s lodge is set in secluded woodland.
North Devon is a great place to enjoy the National Trust properties including Arlington Court and Carriage Museum , the dramatic river gorge at Watersmeet and the sub tropical gardens of Dunster Castle.
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Dramatically situated on the cliff edge, unsurpassed views over Bristol Channel.
Standing next to a Manor House, this cottage has wonderful countryside views.
This cosy cottage stands on the River Yeo and never lived up to its name!
A pretty cottage on the edge of Exmoor, with a pub opposite
A small fifteenth-century manor with a magnificent hammerbeam ceiling.
An enchanting cottage in a wooded setting close to Arlington Court.