Woolacombe Cottages

With its stunning beach, coastal walks, hidden coves, and outdoor activities, Woolacombe, on the North Devon coast, offers a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure. A perfect English holiday destination. Venture into the North Devon countryside with our self-catering accommodation. From affordable to luxurious, from dog-friendly to child-friendly for large families and groups of friends wanting to celebrate to cosy hideaways perfect for two. Whether you're after a family-friendly beach holiday, an active outdoor getaway, or a serene coastal retreat with spectacular views, Woolacombe has something for everyone. Its award-winning beach; 3 miles of golden sands and clean seawater is amongst some of the best in the world. With Lifeguards present in the summer months, this is a great year-round destination. From surfing and building sandcastles in the summer to bracing coastal walks in the Autumn and winter. So, if you are after some much-needed me time, search our selection of Woolacombe cottages for the perfect staycation.

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Discover the extraordinary side of Woolacombe

Woolacombe, a coastal gem in North Devon, boasts not only stunning beaches but also a range of quirky attractions and activities. Embark on a unique adventure at the Museum of British Surfing, tracing the history of this exhilarating sport through vintage boards and memorabilia. For a touch of the bizarre, head to Chambercombe Manor, a haunted house steeped in legend and history, offering ghost tours and tales of its mysterious past.

Delve into the eccentric at the Verity Statue, a controversial Damien Hirst creation standing tall on the Ilfracombe harbour, sparking both awe and debate with its striking appearance. Seek out the Tunnels Beaches, not just for their scenic beauty, but also for the intriguing network of hand-carved tunnels leading to secluded coves.

To add a touch of whimsy to your visit, explore the Woolacombe area on a Land Rover safari, traversing rugged terrains and uncovering hidden gems off the beaten path. For those with a taste for the unusual, seeking out these quirky sights and experiences in Woolacombe ensures an adventure that goes beyond the sun, sand, and sea, offering a delightful blend of offbeat attractions and coastal charm.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Woolacombe

Woolacombe, a picturesque seaside village located on the English coast is renowned for its stunning sandy beach and natural beauty. With the largest collection of Devon holiday cottages, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top 5 places to visit from our cottages in Woolacombe:

Relax on Woolacombe Beach

The crown jewel of Woolacombe is its award-winning beach. Stretching over two miles, it boasts soft golden sand, clear waters, and fantastic surfing conditions. Whether you want to swim, sunbathe, build sandcastles, or catch some waves, Woolacombe Beach is a must-visit destination.

The Iconic South West Coast Path

Explore the stunning coastal scenery by walking a section of the South West Coast Path. The path offers breathtaking views of rugged cliffs, hidden coves, and rolling countryside. It's an opportunity to immerse yourself in nature and enjoy the fresh sea air.

Discover Barricane Beach

A short walk from Woolacombe Beach is Barricane Beach, a hidden gem known for its exotic beauty. With its unique shell-strewn shoreline, crystal-clear waters, and rock pools, Barricane Beach is a peaceful haven where you can relax and admire the coastal landscape.

Escape the crowds at Combesgate Beach

Discover the serene beauty of Combesgate Beach, a quieter and more secluded spot compared to Woolacombe Beach. Surrounded by cliffs and lush greenery, this tranquil beach is perfect for those seeking a peaceful escape.

Explore Mortehoe

Just a short distance from Woolacombe, the charming village of Mortehoe is worth a visit. Explore its narrow streets, visit the Mortehoe Heritage Centre to learn about local history, and enjoy panoramic views of the coast from the nearby headland.

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