Brilliant Beaches


Such a beautiful cottage. Like a postcard from the outside, but modern, warm and cosy on the inside. We particularly liked the cinema room!” Richard - Aug 2018


Saunton Beach

The nearest beach is Saunton sands, shown above. It has 3.5miles of glorious sandy beach for dogs to really stretch their legs. Some UK beaches have restrictions on our four legged friends, but this one is open to all. Behind the beach is Braunton Burrows, UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.


Travel Tip - 30 minutes away by car


Croyde Bay

The surfing capital of North Devon, with great family facilities and a vibrant atmosphere. The pretty village of Croyde is one of North Devon’s most renowned seaside locations, due to its excellent surf, beautiful scenery and vibrant village feel. As a surfing mecca, you’ll find numerous places to hire equipment and arrange lessons. If you’re feeling adventurous, why not explore the coast with an exhilarating coasteering session, or book yourself onto a rockpool ramble to discover more of our marine wildlife. After a day of fun, kick back and relax in one of Croyde’s legendary pubs with a local ale, or for a unique experience check out the Deckchair Cinema.


Travel Tip - 40 minutes away by car


Woolacombe Beach

Woolacombe is one of the finest beaches in the West Country, and it is easy to see why it has won numerous awards. It’s a big favourite with families and surfers attracting thousands of people each summer to the beach and Woolacombe village. The rolling surf brings unbroken Atlantic breakers from across thousands of miles of ocean to pound on this three-mile long stretch of golden sand. The sheer length of the beach means it is possible to find quieter places in the surf even at the height of summer. Easy access and three large car parks with space for 2000 cars means that Woolacombe beach combines magnificent natural beauty, excellent facilities and a wide range of activities for all ages.


Travel Tip - 47 minutes away by car