Our guide to self-catering holiday cottages in Totnes

Did you know...Totnes still holds up to 3 markets each week?

There’s something special about Totnes, and it’s known throughout the South West for its unique character and sleepy historic charm. This charming market town perches on the River Dart and its sloping main street is crammed with quirky boutiques, handicraft stalls and deliciously unusual shops!

Nestled in the centre of South Devon, Totnes has it all. The Norman castle overlooks the cobbled market town and offers fantastic views over the South Hams. The sloping main street is lined with weird and wonderful shops, and if Totnes is known for one thing throughout the region it’s got to be colour! Totnes holiday cottages make a lovely hideaway, as they're surrounded by countryside, history and all kinds of intriguing attractions.

The River Dart ambles through Totnes, making for some beautiful walks, and Pete Goss built his catamaran on its banks back in 1998.

Pennywell Pig Week

Spend some time with the Pennywell miniature piglets this half term at Pennywell Pig Week. South Devon’s Pennywell Farm makes it easy for children to get up close to some seriously cute animals, and their half term week is all about the miniature pigs that have us all saying “aaaah”. The attraction will be welcoming a very special piglet just...

The Maltsters Arms

One of the things we love most about the Dart is the riverside pubs that line it...and The Maltsters Arms is one of our favourites. Tucked away in the countryside not far from Totnes and Dartmouth you’ll find this 18 th century inn perched right beside the water, and it’s the kind of place where you’ll lose track of time...
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