Holiday Home Hunter, based in Woolacombe, North Devon, specialises in contemporary seafront self catering holiday apartments and cottages overlooking the sea, sand and surf.
Our North Devon coastal holiday cottages and apartments are situated in the award winning surfing and beach resort of Woolacombe, the historic Doomsday book village of Mortehoe steeped in history and tales of smugglers or the Victorian seaside town of Ilfracombe with its quaint fishing harbour and great restaurants.
Much of the coastline here is owned and managed by the National Trust so remains unspoilt and not over developed. Spectacular coastal paths offer walks you will never forget and with Exmoor on our doorstep North Devon offers everything you could want for in a holiday in England.
Some of the best surfing and body boarding waves in the UK, clean safe huge sandy beaches with rock pools for hours of fun, clotted cream teas, ice creams, pasties, unspoilt coastal and countryside walks, bike trails, fun days out, great family friendly pubs serving local produce and real ales, live music in abundance, fish and chips or gourmet food, boat trips to see seals and Lundy Island, fishing, golf with 5 great courses within ½ hour, kayaking, relaxing and unwinding…..all this and more is what North Devon is famous for.
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Old Bakery Cottage
Ocean View House
If your idea of a holiday is a relaxed pace of life, stunning beaches, quaint villages, unparalleled scenery, exciting water sports, good nightlife, excellent food and a friendly and welcoming environment, then North Devon is the place for you.
Woolacombe and the surrounding area has all these things and more. With 3 miles of golden sands (voted one of the top ten beaches in the world), the area boasts 180 miles of walking and cycle paths known as the Tarka Trail, which meanders through some of the best scenery in the country. The blue flag beach at Croyde Bay is a surfers paradise, attracting surfers from all over the world.
Slightly further afield is the breathtaking expanse of Exmoor National Park, where horse riding, fishing, canoeing, as well as walking and cycling are a way of life. A way of life you might not want to leave behind.