High quality self-catering cottages in North Devon & Exmoor

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Fat Goose

Christmas is definitely a-coming but would a fat goose be your Christmas Lunch? To help you decide there are some lovely Christmas themed events...

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Free Friday at RHS Garden Rosemoor

Autumn is a stunning time of year when the changing leaves dazzle us with their colourful displays.  Rustic reds, oranges and yellows all blend...

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Winning Team

Honeysuckle Cottage, Hartland Peninsula, and its owners, were delighted to win the Completely Cottages Excellence Award 2012 and a complimentary...

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November Delights

RHS Garden Rosemoor has some delightful events throughout the next two months to help you enjoy the autumn glow, prepare for the next major Cale...

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Dark Skies & Red Deer

Exmoor is home to the UK's largest native mammal... the Red Deer and October is when the rutting season starts. If you wish to have a c...

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Places To See

Half Term Holiday

Rose Cottage, Kings Heanton, is a charming characterful and delightfully presented country cottage. Its ideal central situation means you can ju...

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Autumn Specials

Stars Cove, is a lovely apartment just yards from the delightful estuary beach and village of Instow. The views over to historic Appledor...

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September Specials

Cockle Cottage in Appledore and Trevalley in Tintagel, are just two of our great holiday cottages on special offer in September. Complete...

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Places To See

A Smart Move

Had a lovely time strolling around Marwood Hill Gardens at the weekend. Marwood can be located between Barnstaple and Braunton. The late ...

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So Much To Enjoy...

From local traditions to festivals and fairs, there is plenty to enjoy in North Devon and Exmoor at every time of the year. The coast is a buzz ...

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Sunny Sunday

Spent a lovely day at the National Trust's Arlington Court on Sunday. Once the early morning mist had disappeared the sun shone and it wa...

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