Our guide to South Hams holiday cottages & apartments

Did you know...the South Hams coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty?

The South Hams is a unique area of Devon as it’s made up of a patchwork of towns and villages, and every single one has something different to offer. There’s Slapton with its long sandy beach, quirky Totnes with its independent shops and sloping cobbled high street and the ever-sophisticated Dartmouth with its setting on the river Dart and maritime history at every turn.

The South Hams coastal path stretches for sixty miles, so visitors have plenty of opportunity to stroll between locations and appreciate the scenery that makes the region a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Tradesman's Arms

They say The Tradesman’s Arms is one of the prettiest pubs in the county, and we think, as you wander up and see the traditional country inn complete with thatch, that you’ll probably agree. With a history that dates right back to the 14 th century, The Tradesman’s Arms is found in the sleepy village of Stokenham, and it’s the...

Walking Blackpool Sands to Strete

This beautiful section of The South West Coast Path is ideal if you fancy experiencing some of the stunning coastal scenery that this area has to offer without committing to a long hike. At only 3.4 miles as a round trip, this walk is perfect is a fairly short walk ideal for families. The route begins by walking through quaint...
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