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Newhouse Barton - Blackbird

Ipplepen, near Totnes, South Devon

Sleeps: 6

In an ideal position for beaches, the Dart Estuary and Dartmoor and midway between Totnes and Newton Abbot, lies Newhouse Barton, a brand new collection of sympathetically and carefully restored conversions. Enjoying peace and quiet, the holiday cottages are set amidst pastureland, and benefit from beautiful and unforgettable views of stunning countryside.  Newhouse Barton enjoys a fine range of on-site facilities.

Agent: English Country Cottages


From £900


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East Leigh Cottage

Salcombe & South Hams, South Devon

Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 6

Located just 10 minutes from Totnes between the moors and the sea, East Leigh is a delightful cottage tucked away in a beautiful rural location with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside and the hills of the South Hams.  The cottage was built from stone and cob around 200 years ago and oozes character with wooden beams and timber frame panels.

Agent: Blue Chip Holidays


3 night stay From £304


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Yew Tree Cottage

Broadhempston near Totnes, South Devon

Sleeps: 2 | Bedrooms: 1

Thoughtfully and lovingly restored by its owners providing an opulent retreat for couples and their dogs, close to the popular town of Totnes. Tastefully equipped by its owners to ensure that guests have an enjoyable stay. Whether it is alfresco dining in the beautifully kept rear garden, soaking in the luxury roll top bath or perhaps spending an evening in front of the wood burner, Yew Tree Cottage will not fail to impress.

Agent: Toad Hall Cottages

 

From £350


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Newhouse Barton - Woodpecker Barn

Ipplepen, nr. Totnes

Sleeps: 6-7

In an ideal position for beaches, the Dart Estuary and Dartmoor and midway between Totnes and Newton Abbot, lies Newhouse Barton, a brand new collection of sympathetically and carefully restored conversions. Enjoying peace and quiet, the holiday cottages are set amidst pastureland, and benefit from beautiful and unforgettable views of stunning countryside. Newhouse Barton enjoys a fine range of on-site facilities.

Agent: English Country Cottages


From £900


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Swallows

Harberton, Totnes, Devon

Sleeps: 4

Set in a secluded and tranquil valley in the tiny hamlet of Belsford in the South Hams, an area of oustanding natural beauty, yet only three miles from the historic market town of Totnes, Belsford Court offers the ideal base from which to savour the many delights of south Devon. Within easy reach of Dartmouth, Salcombe and numerous beaches.

Agent: Hoseasons


From £375


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Holiday Cottage in Halwell

Halwell, South Hams, South Devon

Bedrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 4

In the middle of Halwell, within an easy stroll of the good food pub, a semi-detached, south-facing, 'upside down' cottage, converted with much style from a barn set at the end of a quiet residential development.  To the front of the cottage, a small, flower-filled sitting out area (table/chairs). A stylish and convenient base in the heart of the South Hams.

Agent: Helpful Holidays


From £245


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Southview

Blackawton, South Devon

Bedrooms 3 | Sleeps 6

Southview is an attractive modern cottage, furnished and presented to a good standard throughout.  The accommodation is ideal for family holidays or couples looking for a comfortable retreat in a traditional Devon village. Blackawton is a pretty village just 5 miles from Dartmouth with two popular pubs (within walking distance), post office/village stores and church.

Agent: Coast & Country Cottages


From £392


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Stonehills Farmhouse

Washbourne, nr. Totnes, South Devon

Sleeps: 8

An absolute must-have holiday for those larger families of all ages wanting a real experience of living on a farm. This traditional spacious farmhouse is set right in the heart of a working farm with 190 acres of land with sheep and cattle grazing in the fields surrounding the farmhouse.

Agent: English Country Cottages


From £1300


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Oak Tree

Halwell,South Hams

Bedrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 4

In a peaceful and secluded setting, a mile from Halwell and 1½ from Harbertonford (PO/shop, pub), a cottage sharing an indoor heated swimming pool and children’s play area. On a 300 acre working mixed farm. Conservation walks with wonderful views to Torbay and Dartmoor have been laid out across the farmland and the property has its own private enclosed patio and barbecue area with shared large lawns and garden.

Agent: Helpful Holidays


From £395


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Oak Barn

Diptford, near Totnes, South Devon

Sleeps: 4-5

Oak Barn is a converted, detached, stone barn conversion, adjacent to the owners’ home. It is off a quiet country lane in a peaceful rural location in the South Hams region of the South Devon countryside. It sits geographically midway between sea and moor, making it an ideal location to explore both regions.

Agent: English Country Cottages



From £600


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Riverwash Cottage

Tuckenhay near Totnes, South Devon

Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 5

A former Paper Mill Cottage lovingly modernised to provide high quality accommodation. Within walking distance of the River Dart and overlooking National Trust woodland in the pretty village of Tuckenhay. The highly acclaimed 'Maltsters Arms is just a short stroll away whilst the equally popular 'Watermans Arms' at Bow Bridge is a pleasant 15 minute walk.

Agent: Coast & Country Cottages


From £402


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Totnes Holiday Cottages & Apartments in Totnes

Totnes

The ancient market town of Totnes lies at the head of the River Dart estuary in South Devon. Covering a long hill sloping gently to the River Dart the town is surrounded by the lush countryside of the South Hams.

Totnes is packed full of architectural and historic interest. It's busy, narrow streets date back to 907AD when its first castle was built. An important market town by the 12th century, indications of its former wealth and importance are given by the number of merchants' houses built in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Totnes has always been a market town and centre of trade for the surrounding countryside, and this tradition continues with a twice weekly market. There are also plenty of unique independent shops. You can find everything from antiques to fine arts, ceramics, boutiques and more. Combined with a host of cafes, restaurants and galleries Totnes can be counted on for a unique shopping experience.

Boosted by the nearby Dartington Estate & College the town is a thriving centre for music, art, theatre, natural health and all things alternative!

Locally made, food and drink can be bought here, fresh from producers such as Riverford organic farm. Totnes is widely known for its 'alternative community' so look out for a plethora of new age goodies - wholefoods, crystals, complimentary therapies and more

Totnes is also an ideal base from which to visit nearby towns like Dartmouth, Salcombe, Torquay, Exeter and Plymouth. And don't forget that beautiful Dartmoor is less than an hour away.