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333 Log Cabins in Devon

From golden beaches to the wild ancient moorland of Dartmoor, from historic towns to chocolate box villages, Devon boast some of the best coast and countryside in England. Great opportunities for sailing, walking or simply soaking up the glorious scenery.

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Plymouth, Devon, South West of England

From £275 Availability

'Churchwood Valley Holiday Park is a family-run Business set in 100 acres of mature wooded valley on the edge of Wembury Bay.The business has made some excellent efforts in environmental management and most notably has an excellent reputation for wildlife. There is a local wildlife interpretation centre and many woodland and garden birds can be seen around the secluded woodland timber chalets.There is a shop on site which stocks most provisions

2 Cedar Lodge Park 6

Tavistock, Devon, South West of England

2 Cedar Lodge Park From £354 Availability

2 Cedar Lodge Park is a lodge on a holiday park, located near the market town of Tavistock in Devon. Hosting three bedrooms TV/DVD player in each room ; two double (one with en-suite facilities), and one twin, as well as a family bathroom, this cottage can sleep up to six people. Inside, you will also find a utility and an open plan sitting, kitchen and dining area with a fire. To the outside, is off road parking for one car and a decked balcony. Resting in a delightful setting, with popular attractions, 2 Cedar Lodge Park is a refreshing cottage in a heart warming part of England.

201 Norton Park 4

Dartmouth, Devon, South West of England

201 Norton Park From £323 Availability

201 Norton Park is a detached chalet is situated in the outskirts of the town of Dartmouth, South Devon. The property hosts two bedrooms, a queen-size bedroom and a triple bunk bed. Also inside the property is an open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting room, and one shower room with a walk-in electric shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rack. The property has an allocated parking space for one car. Also included is a private patio with an outdoor seating area to the entrance of the property. Come discover the harmonious town of Dartmouth and enjoy a refreshing break at 201 Norton Park with your loved ones.

22 Two Little Ducks 4

Lynton, Devon, South West of England

22 Two Little Ducks From £285 Availability

22 Two Little Ducks is a holiday lodge situated in Lynton, Devon, within the Exmoor National Park and on the edge of the River Lyn. The property is all located on the ground floor and it has a double and a twin bedrooms, as well as an open-plan living room with a fitted kitchen and dining area. Outside has a large decking area with furniture provided. 22 Two Little Ducks is ideal for a short break or cosy holiday.

304 Norton Park 4

Dartmouth, Devon, South West of England

304 Norton Park From £318 Availability

304 Norton Park is a delightful chalet found just outside of the centre of Dartmouth in South Devon. Hosting two bedrooms including a double and a twin, along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is an open-plan living space which contains the kitchen, dining area and sitting area, while outside there is off-road parking and communal lawned areas with picnic benches. 304 Norton Park is a lovely place to enjoy a summer holiday in Devon.

36 Amberwood 6

Berrynarbor, Devon, South West of England

36 Amberwood From £336 Availability

This cosy lodge is set on the Watermouth Lodges Holiday Park in Watermouth on the North Devon coast of England, and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.

37 Amberwood 6

Berrynarbor, Devon, South West of England

37 Amberwood From £348 Availability

37 Amberwood is a lovely, ground floor lodge situated near to the village of Berrynarbor in Devon. Hosting two doubles, one with en-suite, a twin and a family shower room, the property can sleep six people. There is also an open plan living area with kitchen, dining and sitting area with electric fire. To the outside is a decked veranda and lawned garden area, as well as off-road parking for 2 cars. 37 Amberwood is a quiet retreat for anyone looking to explore the delights of Devon.

7 Forest Park Lodge 4

High Bickington, Devon, South West of England

7 Forest Park Lodge From £343 Availability

7 Forest Park Lodge is a charming lodge on the Forest Park Lodges complex in High Bickington. The property has two king-size double bedrooms with balconies and en-suite bathrooms, sleeping four guests. There is also a cloakroom, kitchen/diner and sitting room. Outside, you will find off-road parking for one car, a small seating area at the front and the balconies offer picturesque woodland and countryside views. 7 Forest Park Lodge is a lovely base for exploring North Devon.

Alder Lodge 4

Newton Abbot, Devon, South West of England

Alder Lodge From £361 Availability

Alder Lodge is a fantastic family-friendly property in south Devon, offering plenty to see and do in the immediate area and further afield for all ages. There are two bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, a bathroom, and is suitable to sleep up to four people. Within the lodge there is an open plan living space containing a kitchen, living, and dining area. Outside is a private decking fit with furniture and a barbecue. Alder Lodge is a fantastic property for a small family or two couples looking for a coastal adventure.

Alvington Farm 7

West Alvington, Devon, South West of England

Alvington Farm From £1553 Availability

Situated in the heart of a family-run working farm in West Alvington, South Devon, this magnificent barn conversion offers supremely comfortable, modern accommodation with a great deal of charm and character. With the countryside all around yet on the outskirts of the bustling town of Kingsbridge, this is a fabulous location. The delights of Salcombe can be reached by ferry if you do not want to drive plus you have easy access to the stretching sands of South Milton and Thurlestone and the surf of Bantham and Bigbury. The breathtaking South West Coast Path beckons where you will enjoy fabulous panoramic views of this dramatic and beautiful coastline.
Alvington Farm boasts four beautiful bedrooms sleeping seven guests. You are very welcome to bring two dogs with you though you are asked to keep them on a lead outside of the barn’s enclosed garden area. The interior design is stunning with gorgeous natural colour palettes. Fabulous, sumptuous furnishings blend brilliantly with the exposed stonework and wooden beams that give nods to the building’s history. This exquisitely finished barn certainly celebrates its past. The designers have created a sumptuous rural haven deep in the South Hams, close to some of Devon’s most sought after spots. The barn offers huge social spaces with outstanding contemporary features. On the ground floor, you will find an exceptional kitchen diner with oak framed floor to ceiling glass doors and Velux windows allowing light to flood into this sensational space. The kitchen is contemporary in shades of warm stone and features a breakfast bar where guests can keep the chef company while they prepare a delicious meal. The dining table and chairs blend brilliantly with both the kitchen and the exposed stone feature wall.
You can step straight out to your fully enclosed garden to discover inviting deck chairs on the lawn and alfresco dining where you can use the barbecue. The fire pit is a lovely evening spot where you can toast marshmallows and discuss plans for the following day. If you wander across the lawn, you will discover another vast barn where there is an outstanding range of entertainment waiting. Table tennis and darts are amongst the games you can enjoy. You will know where to look for your youngsters! If you bring bikes with you, there is plenty of storage in the barn for them.
The glorious living room is on the first floor of the barn. With its huge bi-fold and French doors, it is fully illuminated with Devon sunshine.  With a hint of industrial tones, deep plush sofas and yet more exposed stone, it is a fabulous spot to chill, snuggle down and watch a movie or play a game or two.
The luxury bedrooms are spread across all three floors, ensuring a lovely sense of privacy for all. With splendid views across the surrounding fields, each bedroom is a dreamy haven. The master bedroom boasts second-floor countryside views as well as a super king bed and a gorgeous vaulted ceiling. The first floor offers a delightful single bedroom, plus you will find two twin bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms on the ground floor. There is a pristine, dazzling family bathroom on the second floor, next to the master bedroom.   

West Alvington is a tranquil, rural village on the outskirts of the bustling Kingsbridge, within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It stands boldly on the top of a South Hams hill, with commanding views towards Kingsbridge and the sea.
Kingsbridge, a traditional English market town, sits on the Kingsbridge Estuary, surrounded by lush, green rolling countryside. Kingsbridge boasts an eclectic selection of independent shops, art galleries and antique shops as well as an excellent selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Artisan coffee shops mingle with luxury boutiques and your usual high street stores. You can taste local craft beers, ales, cider and even wine and gin together with delicious local produce. The town also offers a three-screen cinema, a yoga studio and a leisure centre with a swimming pool. The town is very interesting, with many walks. You can explore passages such as Squeezebelly Alley to discover Kingsbridge’s history and hidden treasures such as mosaics, a community garden and miniature railway. The town holds a number of local events including the Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival in June, Kingsbridge Fair Week in July, the Kingsbridge Show in September and Kingsbridge Celebrate Christmas in December. The estuary provides plenty of opportunities if you are a watersports enthusiast. You can kayak, sail or stand up paddleboard.
Salcombe has to be one of the prettiest towns in South Devon. It is a centre for sailing, a watersports haven! Salcombe is lined with boutique shops, art galleries and gift shops. The town’s excellent restaurants serve locally caught fresh seafood and locally farmed produce. You can also taste delicious Salcombe Dairy ice-cream and award-winning Salcombe gin. Salcombe’s August regatta celebrates all that is great about the town with sailing events, fireworks and much family fun. In town, Salcombe’s South Sands and North Sands are ideal family beaches, or just across the estuary, you will find a wonderful beach at East Portlemouth. It can be accessed by ferry from Salcombe. To the west lies Bigbury-on-Sea, Bantham and the famous Burgh Island which is accessed at high tide by a sea tractor. The South West Coast Path is absolutely amazing. You can enjoy a walk to Start Point Lighthouse from Salcombe admiring the splendid views.
Another popular beach day jaunt is to the picturesque Slapton Sands. Slapton Sands has a very moving story attached to it. In 1943 the beach was taken over by the allied forces to use as a rehearsal area for the D-Day landings. Sadly a combination of live ammunition and poor visibility resulted in 749 American servicemen losing their lives. There is a stone monument to commemorate the ill-fated operation. There are plenty of watersports at the beach and a beachside cafe. The beach is dog friendly. Many visitors enjoy observing the wildlife in the Nature Reserve, living in and around the freshwater lake, Slapton Ley.