Airbnb Devon Guide: 29 Unique Airbnbs in Devon

Last updated on January 4, 2024

We spend a lot of time in Devon and are huge fans of its gorgeous coastline, wild beaches, rolling hills, cute market towns, Devonshire teas, pasties, and everything else that makes it one of the UK’s most charming holiday spots.

We’ve curated a round-up of Devon’s best Airbnbs. From the coastal towns of Ilfracombe, Paignton and Salcombe to the countryside of Dartmoor, there are Devon Airbnbs to suit a range of budgets and style. All are special places to stay and we have a particular focus on unique accommodation, including shepherd’s huts, containers and cabins – there’s even a castle!

We know Salcombe very well, so have also put together a guide to the best Salcombe holiday homes, and the best things to do in Salcombe.

Also see our guides to Airbnb Cornwall, the best Airbnbs in the UK, and plenty more, including Bristol, the Lake District and Brighton. See all our Airbnb guides here.

Best Airbnbs in South Devon and the English Riviera

Sweetsides Shepherds Hut, South Pool

This beautiful handcrafted Shepherd’s hut with a wood burning hot tub, overlooks the Salcombe Estuary, and is just 2.5 miles from Salcombe town. The hut has been lovingly crafted from reclaimed materials salvaged from the working farm and is set within an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Enjoy cosy evenings spent under starry skies warming yourselves by the fire or in the hot tub, and spend your days paddling down the beautiful estuary with kayaks you can hire from the owners. One of the best of Airbnb Salcombe.

What the guests say: “We had such a relaxing stay at Becky’s hut. The views from the bed were gorgeous in the morning and it was so nice to have the kitchen space to spend time in in the evening (whilst the rain was pouring!). The bedroom was lovely and cosy despite the terrible weather. The hut and kitchen are just as nice as you would expect from the photos. Recommend walking the local area- walked to Salcombe on one day and to the local pub in the evening for dinner- both lovely walks without too much planning!”

AirBnB listing: Sweetsides Shepherds Hut

Price: From £120 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedrooms)

Orchard Lodge, Lower Coombe Royal

Lower Coombe Royal has a collection of unique accommodation including three safari lodges, nestled into the sides of a valley near Kingsbridge. Each safari lodge has been positioned to offer stunning, private views of the treetops and beyond into the valley. They offer a comfortable, private sanctuary for six guests within three bedrooms and include a log burner, well-equipped kitchen, bathroom, lounge and wood fired hot tub.

What the guests say: “Had an amazing time at Orchard Lodge, cannot recommend high enough. Paul and Julie were so nice and accommodating and we will definitely be returning asap! So nice to disconnect and chill out in the gorgeous hot tub before getting cosy in the cabin. 10/10!”

AirBnB listing: Orchard Lodge

Price: From £150 per night

Sleeps: 6 people (3 bedrooms)

The Stables, Salcombe

This pastel-hued barn conversion has heaps of natural light and a serene aura. You can fix meals in a bespoke kitchen with granite worktops (absolutely love the pink oven!) and dine on the terrace while enjoying the countryside views. There are two more properties on site (two barns for 18 and 12 people) both in a similar style.

What the guests say: “We loved our time in Freya and Felicity’s barn – we found it easily and the setting was fabulous. Kitted out brilliantly and very stylishly, it’s a great home from home. An easy walk into the centre of Salcombe along the estuary, yet far enough out to feel secluded with views of the fields around you. Can’t recommend this place enough!”

AirBnB listing: Romantic Countryside Retreat, Salcombe

Price: From £145 per night

Sleeps: 6 people (1 bedroom)

The Artist’s Mews, Totnes

Beautifully designed by Gemma Dudgeon Interiors, this peaceful pied-à-terre in Totnes feels spacious thanks to the expansive skylights and vaulted ceilings. The interior is elevated by the bold and colourful walls with fun patterns adding a final flourish.

What the guests say: “This place was wonderful – we felt instantly at home and the bed was so comfortable it felt like being in a high end hotel. The flat is perfectly positioned in the centre of Totnes for the shops in the Narrows, great coffee at the Hairy Barista and exploring the rest of the town, castle and beyond. The decor is beautiful, stylish and finished to a very high standard – definitely a cut above your average studio apartment!

There’s even a decent selection of books to keep you entertained if you don’t fancy watching a movie. Gemma was great to communicate with – speedy, informative, friendly and accommodating. We loved the place and would definitely stay here again and highly recommend to others.”

AirBnB listing: The Artists Mews, Totnes

Price: From £59 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (studio apartment)

Wildflower Cabin, near Totnes

This beautiful, bright, handcrafted cabin is set in a secluded meadow within the rolling hills of the Devonshire countryside. Surrounded by nature, the birds and the bees, it’s the perfect place to unplug and relax, while still being 12 minutes’ drive from Totnes. The whole place is solar powered and the shower is outside (but hot!).

What the guests say: “Oh what a special and magical place! I had the best time and it was simply the most perfect way to reground myself after what’s been a rather peculiar year. The cabin is absolutely beautiful and really cosy when the little fire is going and the world outside is growing dark. What with a great selection of teas, incredible views and landscape to roam, a fabulous bookshelf, a little fire, and a very comfy bed in the rafters, I had everything I could possibly have wanted.

As for the shower…well, having an outdoor shower on a cold Christmas Day morning was not exactly something I had on my bucket list, but having eventually plucked up the courage to do so, I am now thoroughly converted! Thank you Freddy and Helena for creating such a lovely and wholesome place, and I cannot wait to return.”

AirBnB listing: Wildfower Cabin

Price: From £74 per night

Sleeps:  people ( bedrooms)

Retro House with Dart View, Dartmouth

This recently refurbished house with a retro feel is the ideal base for a traditional bucket-and-spade vacation, or a walking, sailing or boating holiday. The perfect artistic retreat with beautiful views, a fully equipped kitchen, double bedroom and sunken bath, plus bunk beds for kids or extra guests. Note, there are 101 steps up to the house.

What the guests say: “I cannot rave enough about this fantastic and unique place! Just perfect. Jan’s communication was prompt, friendly and super helpful beforehand and throughout our whole stay. The house is beyond amazing. Yes, there are 100 steps up from the road, so do be prepared, but that’s why you have a gorgeous view of the cove and fields from this stunning treetop home.

We had breakfast on the balcony (yes, even in December/January!) in amongst the sound of birds and the nearby stream. We had buzzards flying over us in the day and a tawny owl hooting to us most nights as we relaxed by the fire. The house is very clean and contains everything you need – Jan is incredibly thoughtful about supplies, linens etc – the best host you could wish for.”

AirBnB listing: Retro House with Dart View

Price: From £89 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (2 bedrooms)

Jasmine Cottage, Paignton

Explore the South West Coast Path, then snuggle up for a relaxed night on the quaint, checked sofa at this cozy, single-storey cottage nestled in a shared courtyard. Whitewashed stone walls, pastel-hued panelling, and soft cream creates a snug feel.

What the guests say: “Jasmine Cottage was a home from home. Great amenities, walking distance to the pubs and shops and an easy bus to Paignton and Torquay. Tina was so helpful when we needed to contact her, a great host. The cottage courtyard area was very relaxing and exceptionally maintained.”

AirBnB listing: Jasmine Cottage, Paignton

Price: From £53 per night

Sleeps: 3 people (1 bedrooms)

Beach Hut One, Shaldon

Stay in an iconic beach hut in Shaldon with spectacular views from the beachside terrace. It sleeps four in a mezzanine double bedroom plus sofa bed on the ground floor.

What the guests say: “We loved the beach hut. As a family of four it was perfect for a cosy night away. Lots of very thoughtful touches like fresh flowers and fruit, and chocolate bunnies for the kids. The kids loved stepping straight out onto the beach, and the breakfast next door at the Clipper Cafe was excellent. I enjoyed my early morning cup of tea on the patio in the sun watching the sea – perfect! Thank you.”

AirBnB listing: Beach Hut One, Shaldon

Price: From £150 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (1 bedroom and sofa bed)

Dart View Barn, Stoke Gabriel

Dart View Barn is nestled in a small hamlet with a handful of houses and makes the perfect base for a spot of isolation. You will be hard pushed to bump into anyone. Get away and soak up the wonderful view over Devon countryside and the fresh air. The barn is stocked with essential food items as well as an ‘honesty’ mini bar. And they also provide logs for the fire, plenty of magazines, books, games, WiFi and a TV.

What the guests say: “Beautiful old barn with modern interior and amazing calming views. Cozy with the wood burner and comfy bed. Highly recommend”

AirBnB listing: Dart View Barn

Price: From £89 per night

Sleeps: 3 people (1 bedroom)

Clearwater View, Teignmouth

Clearwater View has special panoramic waterfront views, and benefits from a completely private, south facing garden with sun deck, barbecue and fire pit overlooking the ocean to the east and Dartmoor to the west. This luxurious detached barn was completely refurbished in 2020 and boasts a roaring wood burner (perfect for those snuggly winter evenings), private drive and parking for three vehicles. The emphasis here is on luxury, privacy and relaxation.

What the guests say: “An amazing stay! Clare’s place is beautiful and one of the best equipped places I have stayed in , with lots of lovely bonuses such as fire wood for the fireplace and scones and wine on arrival. Clare knew my daughter would be with us and provided Halloween chocolates. The views are breathtaking and the cottage cosy yet stylish. I would highly recommend Clare’s place and hope to be back soon.”

AirBnB listing: Clearwater View, Teignmouth

Price: From £129 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (1 bedroom)

Fingals Folly, Dittisham

This characterful cottage was designed by Hungarian artist-architect Andras Kaldor and owner Richard Johnston. From the hallway’s built-in Buddha to the array of sailing boats on the upstairs beams, it oozes character, while an upstairs balcony overlooks the grass tennis court.

Unwind in a boat seat on the deck over the babbling Barberry Brook — or lounge upstairs in the sitting room, listening to a vinyl played on your record player while the wood burner keeps you warm. The cottage is part of Fingals, a collection of self-catering properties with shared facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool, gym, tennis court and sauna. It’s ideal if you’re looking for a Devon Airbnb with a pool.

What the guests say: “The folly is completely magical. We were expecting it to be beautiful but it surpassed our expectations. The sound of the stream was delightful and we loved being able to see it from the bed! Every touch was full of unique charm. We used the pool every day and it was wonderful to swim about under such lush foliage. The sauna was excellent too. The kitchen was much better equipped than many Airbnb we’ve stayed in.

Location wise you couldn’t get luckier. We walked into Dittisham along a pretty footpath – the easy going terrain was welcome as we are 8 months pregnant. Sheila and Richard were perfect hosts, really helpful and gave good advice about where to eat which we took up. There is also an extensive dvd library for rainy evenings which we made use of. All in all a real treasure. We shall return!”

AirBnB listing: Fingals Folly

Price: From £86 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Best Airbnbs in and around Dartmoor

Bunnies Yurt, Tavistock

Perfectly located moments from the stunning River Tavy in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty is this beautiful, self contained Mongolian Yurt in a woodland setting. The yurt has its own garden area with its own shower and toilet room. On chilly evenings you can cosy around the wood burning stove. A magical location for walking, canoeing and swimming.

It’s also just 30 minutes from Plymouth if you fancy a day in the city. If you visit, see this guide to things to do in Plymouth.

What the guests say: “Most wonderful and peaceful place. The yurt is decorated beautifully with many cosy touches! Much more space in real life! Excellent hosts that make you feel very welcome! Would recommend to everyone.”

AirBnB listing: Bunnies Yurt, Tavistock

Price: From £68 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Buttercup’s Shepherd Hut, Okehampton

Combining the peace and quiet of a rural farm setting in the beautiful Devon countryside with Dartmoor National Park and Lydford Gorge close by makes this a perfect place to stay for a rural escape. A wood burner and underfloor heating mean the hut is cosy all year round. Plus there’s a beautiful outdoor hot tub.

What the guests say: “The hut surpassed our expectations. Emma’s thoughtful touches are so lovely from heating the stove so it was toasty inside for our arrival to leaving the mince pies inside for us to enjoy. We loved the outside tub and stargazing in it. Every thing you could wish for was thought of. The location is idyllic and truly a magical place to stay. I have already been recommending to family and friends and can’t wait to come back.”

AirBnB listing: Buttercup’s Shepherd Hut, Okehampton

Price: From £117 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Cosy Straw Bale Barn, Dartmoor

Deanburn Barn is a cosy, straw bale barn which sits nestled at the end of a private drive on the edge of the beautiful Dartmoor National Park. Sitting amongst beautiful, ancient beech trees, the cosy, straw bale barn is an ideal place to come and relax and to leave the world behind. The barn is detached and surrounded by trees, open fields and the sound of birds and running water.

What the guests say: “This place was fantastic. Gorgeous country barn decked out with modern amenities – minimalist style but a cozy feel. The location couldn’t be closer to Dartmoor’s doorstep so a great spot for adventurers, or simply immerse yourself in nature in this secluded Devon scene.”

AirBnB listing: Cosy Straw Bale Barn, Dartmoor

Price: From £95 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Modern Townhouse, Ashburton

Embrace the unique charm of this home once owned by Harry Baskerville, who inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his novel Hound of the Baskervilles. The property showcases period features, an all-white interior contrasted by pops of colour, wood finishes and decor, also featuring a large attic bedroom.

What the guests say: “Absolutely perfect house for our break. We had everything we needed and it was just the right size to be together as well as have our own space. Incredibly comfortable beds especially!

A great location too, on the edge of stunning Dartmoor and Ashburton itself has a great range of shops – a foodie’s dream. Wendy and Chris were great hosts, welcoming us with homemade scones. They had paid attention to every detail and were warm, thoughtful and responsive. We would definitely stay again. Thank you!”

AirBnB listing: Modern Townhouse, Ashburton

Price: From £138 per night

Sleeps: 6 people (4 bedrooms)

Converted Stable on the Edge of Dartmoor

Admire crisp lines and right angles in a refreshingly modern space within an 18th-century farm building. A white-tiled kitchen leads to a living area using a bold color palette. Originally the stable building to the main house, the annexe has been recently refurbished to a high specification, with modern furniture, fixtures and fittings throughout.

All the rooms are generous and finished to a high standard. The sitting room has a log burner for cosy evenings or wintery days.

What the guests say: “Suzanne’s place in Ashburton is simply wonderful and she’s a great, helpful host. The house is decorated with great taste, design flair and attention to detail — the outcome is super stylish yet relaxed, comfortable accommodation that made us feel at home the moment we arrived.

We made a fire in the log burner every evening! Ashburton is a lovely little town in a perfect location for exploring the moors and the nearby beaches and Suzanne knows the best restaurants to go to in the area. We loved our stay in Suzanne’s house and can’t wait to return.”

AirBnB listing: Converted Stable on the Edge of Dartmoor

Price: From £155 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (2 bedrooms)

The Potting Shed, Edge of Dartmoor

The Potting Shed is a light, homely space, cleverly and beautifully designed, with a luxury bed to rest in after a day walking on the moor or at the beach. It’s a peaceful, private hideaway with underfloor heating, wood burning stove and skylights. There are plenty of spaces to relax inside and out, with patios to the side and rear, a back garden and the handcrafted bat palace to sit in whatever the weather.

What the guests say: “Absolutely beautiful place and we felt right at home. The place was beautifully decorated throughout and we have definitely taken lots of inspiration for our own flat! The outside space was lovely and we really enjoyed the fire in the living room.

It’s a great base for exploring Dartmoor and we recommend the Cott Inn and Coppa Dolla Inn for dinner, we also got takeaway from the Old Library in Ashburton which was lovely. We will definitely be back!”

AirBnB listing: The Potting Shed, Edge of Dartmoor

Price: From £121 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (1 bedroom)

Luxury Shepherds Hut, Spreyton

This hand crafted, romantic shepherds hut is nestled in the rolling hills of Devon and on the edge of Dartmoor. It’s a unique space to sit back and unwind, be it relaxing with a book by the pond, sleeping away the afternoon in the hammock, or star gazing from the outside wood-fired bath.

What the guests say: “I had read the reviews of this shepherds hut so had fairly high expectations and I am very pleased to say that we were not disappointed. This place is absolutely magical, so peaceful and has been exactly what we have needed to get away from the chaos of everyday living!

There are so many little, special touches, like fairy lights outside at night, a hammock to relax in, a little fire-pit, a gorgeous thick duvet to snuggle up in at night, a beautiful pond with deckchairs to spend time reading/ talking and lots more!”

AirBnB listing: Luxury Shepherds Hut, Spreyton

Price: From £120 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Yeworthy Eco-Treehouse, Eworthy

The Yeworthy Eco-Treehouse is a gorgeous off-grid retreat. Nestled in a secluded setting amongst the tree-tops above a lake, it’s the perfect hideaway for couples seeking a romantic, peaceful escape. Guests also have exclusive use of the summer house which is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine of an evening, as well as the rowing boat on the lake.

I’ve bookmarked this for our next UK road trip.

What the guests say: “We had the most wonderful stay at the treehouse. The treehouse itself was perfect, so cosy and the wood burner worked a treat at keeping us toasty. The surroundings were just beautiful and so nice to be so remote and switch off from the world. We stayed in autumn but would love to come back in every season! Thank you.”

AirBnB listing: Yeworthy Eco-Treehouse, Eworthy

Price: From £95 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Shuttaford Barn, Near Ashburton

Shuttaford Barn is a recently converted barn on a 16th Century Dartmoor farmstead on the edge of the moors next to Holne and Ashburton. An ideal spot to explore the wilds of Dartmoor, walk along the beautiful River Dart or head to the many South Devon beaches for the day. Or just relax in the peaceful surroundings of the barn and its garden.

What the guests say: “This converted barn is an absolutely gem. It’s situated in a stunningly beautiful setting, and is the perfect base for then exploring Dartmoor. Francesca is really friendly and helpful, and there are lovely touches like a bottle of wine, toys and games for different aged children, books etc that we really appreciated.

The bath is a particular treat! The barn was a lovely space for our family to stay in, and was super clean. We will definitely return!”

AirBnB listing: Shuttaford Barn

Price: From £11 per night

Sleeps: 8 people (3 bedrooms)

Double Decker Bus, Dartmoor

As seen on George Clark’s Amazing Spaces, this is a vintage double decker bus in a beautiful valley on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. Have nature on your doorstep, located a short walk from the River Dart, woodland walks and wild swimming spots. It’s a beautifully designed ‘home from home’. Facilities include a roll-top bathtub, wood burning stove, piano, and vintage board games to play in the evenings.

What the guests say: “Betty is even better in real life than in the photos! So cosy and quirky! Whether we stayed all day on the bus or went out into the beautiful countryside the views were spectacular! The fire will keep you cosy and warm and the kitchen is well equipped to have lovely meals. The bed is so warm that even first thing in the morning you wont feel the cold! If you need a place to unwind and relax in nature then this is the place to be!”

AirBnB listing: Double Decker Bus, Dartmoor

Price: From £150 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Best Airbnbs in Mid and North Devon

Land Rover Hot Tub and Bluebird Penthouse, High Bickington

The Bluebird Penthouse campervan has beautiful panoramic views and a 1950’s charming vintage interior with a touch of luxury. Features include a gas pizza oven, double bed, bath, kitchenette, covered outdoor seating, Gas BBQ, chimnea/fire and wine cellar.

But the highlight is a unique hot tub, housed in a vintage landrover! Without a doubt, the most unique option of Airbnb North Devon.

What the guests say: “If you’re like me and have a partner that watches all those programs about great spaces, interior design etc. Then take them here and get brownie points. On top of that, it’s a great space with top rate amenities sprinkled with quirkiness and a special hot tub. The perfect recipe for relaxing and enjoying time with your partner. You’ll know once youve stayed”

AirBnB listing: Land Rover Hot Tub and Bluebird Penthouse

Price: From £135 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Nirvana Train Carriage, Stoodleigh

A truly magical site, magnificently perched over a gorgeous valley, home to a large herd of red deer. The site includes an authentic train carriage for two, separate barbecue and kitchen huts, a hot tub, and a private air strip, all within a short drive of the beautiful North Devon coast and enchanting Exmoor National Park.

What the guests say: “What a beautiful place! Highly recommend! Really enjoyed our magical getaway and the hosts could not have been more helpful. 100% will be returning.”

AirBnB listing: Nirvana Train Carriage, Stoodleigh

Price: From £201 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

The Barn, North Buckland

This luxury Nordic-inspired retreat is a short distance from the popular coastal communities of Croyde, Putsborough and Woolacombe. The Barn has an open-plan living space with a log-burning stove and a pitched ceiling, which gives a feeling of space and light. There are lots of added luxuries, leaving guests feeling relaxed and revived with a true Nordic feeling of hygge.

What the guests say: “The barn is an absolutely idyllic place to stay. It is perfectly positioned in the Devon countryside, but is well within reach of stunning beaches and towns such as Ilfracombe and Woolacombe. Sam and Ted are the perfect hosts and made us feel so welcome. We would not hesitate to return.

The barn itself is immaculately clean, tastefully decorated and has a number of great features including a powerful shower, big bath and all the kitchen facilities you will need during your stay. The big cosy sofa and the log burner also create the perfect cosy corner for relaxing.”

AirBnB listing: The Barn, North Buckland

Price: From £106 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

17th Century Thatched Cottage

Church Ford Cottage is a unique and picturesque 17th-century thatched cottage in the heart of beautiful North Devon. It is self-contained and offers everything for a relaxing stay. The interior retains original features such as a bread oven, fireplace and beamed ceilings, with all the comforts of a modern kitchen and bathroom.

This is a perfect escape for families, couples, and friends. With spectacular views and surrounding fields, this pet friendly space also has a private garden to enjoy.

What the guests say: “Lucy and Dave are warm and welcoming hosts. Their cottage is spotlessly clean, well appointed and is in a good location to access local walks and attractions including RHS Rosemoor, the Tarka Trail and Dartington Glass and the beautiful North Devon coast and the Hartland Peninsula are within easy reach.

The log burner was very welcome in the December evenings after a full day of exploring. There are plenty of nice welcoming touches including some for our dog and we would highly recommend a visit. Ali, James and Bella”

AirBnB listing: 17th Century Thatched Cottage

Price: From £65 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (2 bedrooms)

Best Airbnbs in Exeter and East Devon

Huxham Hideaway, Devon

The Huxham Hideaway is the perfect destination for complete relaxation and privacy. The lovingly converted bespoke shipping container is set in a beautiful meadow with far-reaching views over the rolling Devon countryside. From bespoke 150-year-old pine topped stools to the Portuguese inspired bathroom floor and the handmade reading chair, every effort has been made to curate a welcoming space.

In the heart of the contryside but just 10 minutes from the city center, the hideaway offers a luxury packed base to explore the beauty of Exeter and Devon.

What the guests say: “Our stay was very memorable. The tiny house and location are spectacular. As remote as it is, the location is not at all far from the main town should you need anything.

There’s plenty to do in the area but also a lot of fun and quirky things to do inside the container. Callum was a great host, always answered our calls and dealt with issues promptly and effectively. Overall would definitely recommend this stay!”

AirBnB listing: Huxham Hideaway

Price: From £80 per night

Sleeps: 4 people (2 beds)

Beautiful Oak Cabin, Near Exeter

Designed using sustainable materials and eco-friendly techniques. All the creature comforts you need on holiday are here: your own deck for wildlife watching and star-gazing; wood-burning stove inside; sumptuous king-size bed; full kitchen; compact monsoon shower room; compost loo; and open-plan living and sleeping space.

What the guests say: “This place is magical. Incredible walks from the property to Castle Drogo and Fingle Bridge. Idyllic views from the decking watching deer, bats, owls and buzzards. A true nature lovers dream. Thank you.”

AirBnB listing: Beautiful oak cabin

Price: From £150 per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

Curlew Chalet, East Beach Branscombe

Curlew Chalet is on the east beach in the lovely Devon village of Branscombe. It has a unique position right on the beach on a raised elevation. Throw open the balcony doors and you are looking out onto the ever changing sea and stunning coastline, which is a World Heritage site and area of outstanding natural beauty.

There are two fine pubs supplying excellent food and locally brewed ales in the village, and amazing cliff path walks both east and west.

What the guests say: “If you have ever wondered how heaven looks like, Jonathan’s place is just that. We have been blown away by everything that the place offers. You cannot beat the location, absolutely breathtaking (I couldn’t smile and kept pinching myself through our stay) I love the simplicity, the contact with the nature you get. Our boys absolutely loved it too. We will be going back 100% Thank you Jonathan!”

AirBnB listing: Curlew Chalet, East Beach Branscombe

Price: From £110 per night

Sleeps: 6 people (2 bedrooms)

Wood Wagon in Yonder Meadow, Rewe

Nestled in a Devon orchard with uninterrupted country views is this charming green wagon and hot tub. It has a cosy decor with a warming log burner, sleigh bed, ensuite wet room and mini kitchen. Just 10 minutes from Exeter and close to lots of local pubs and country walks.

What the guests say: “I would highly recommend this place! A wonderful peaceful location, with great walks and within 10 minutes of Exeter. The cabin is amazing and was lovely and cosy! The hot tub was a great bonus! We were greeted by Lucy who showed us around the cabin and was really informative. The communication was great. We would not hesitate to return.”

AirBnB listing: Wood Wagon in Yonder Meadow, Rewe

Price: From £ per night

Sleeps: 2 people (1 bedroom)

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