Our guide to Braunton holiday cottages & apartments

Did you know...American troops practiced in Braunton Burrows during WWII?

Think of Saunton and you’re bound to picture endless sands wrapped around hilly dunes and inviting waters. The village is renowned for its impressive surfing conditions.

Just a few miles away, Braunton enjoys dazzling views, and you are close enough to make the most of Saunton Sands. Braunton is reputed as being the largest village in England with its own shops, restaurants and surrounding walks - so it has plenty to occupy its many yearly visitors. The South West Coast Path passes through Saunton, and the Tarka Trail includes Braunton – so walkers will be in their element!

Exmoor Walking Festival

The annual Spring Exmoor Walking Festival takes place each May and spans 10 days. This Exmoor event sees a programme of guided walks around Exmoor and North Devon, many of which adopt specific themes. Whether you like to walk through woodlands, to landmarks to through the countryside, the Exmoor Walking Festival will offer a special walk for you, and there...

Croyde Bay

Croyde Bay Beach is fast becoming recognised as one of the world’s best surfing beaches, and the surfing community is drawn to its challenging surf and easygoing atmosphere. North Devon holidays are all about taking on challenges, enjoying the waves and rugged beauty, and Croyde Bay is one of the most popular areas of the county. Set in a spacey,...
Email Sent

Send an email

A password reset message will be sent to your e-mail address.