Dartmouth holiday homes offer an ideal base

Perched beside the River Dart amid the lush South Devon countryside, it’s hard to find a town as pretty as Dartmouth. It’s a place packed with things to see and do – with everything from museums and galleries to festivals and food contributing to Dartmouth’s reputation as a favourite holiday destination. Explore England’s south-west coast at your own pace from the comfort of Dartmouth holiday homes. You’ll find accommodation both in and out of town offers the perfect home base, whether you’re kicking back with friends or making memories with the kids. 

Self-catering holidays in Dartmouth

Dartmouth’s self-catering accommodation affords the ultimate freedom for your holiday – not to mention all the space, privacy or luxury you want. Choices range from modern holiday apartments in the heart of town to cute cottages tucked away in the surrounding countryside. Ample cooking facilities in each self-catering rental allow you to rustle up meals whenever you choose, though with local cafés and restaurants serving up cream-laden scones and steaming hot, sugary tea, indulging in a traditional Devonshire Cream Tea comes highly recommended.

Pet-friendly Dartmouth holiday rentals

A medley of pet-friendly holiday rentals makes it super easy to bring pooch along for your getaway. Dog-friendly lets in the town centre are often family-size properties with an enclosed outdoor space. For pups who like a bit more room, holiday rentals near Dartmoor National Park and the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are on the doorstep of brilliant walks. And if pooch prefers the feel of sand underfoot, there are tons of dog-friendly beaches to be found along the South Devon coastline. 

Cheap holiday lets in Dartmouth

If a bargain trip is on the agenda, a short break in one of the cheap holiday lets in Dartmouth is the ideal choice. These self-catering properties are perfect if you’re watching the pennies, putting you firmly in control of when you eat and how much you pay for meals – perhaps you’ll stock up on tasty produce from the local farmers’ markets. Add in a host of free activities and you have all the makings of a low-cost escape. For families, building sandcastles at nearby Blackpool Sands, crabbing along the banks of the River Dart and enjoying scenic strolls on the South West Coast Path cost nothing but time. 

Dartmouth holiday rentals for families

Dartmouth has long since served up an ideal destination for family fun, holiday rentals around town putting you and the brood on the doorstep of kid-friendly attractions like Bayard’s Fort Cove and the crumbly Dartmouth Castle. There’s a good selection of family restaurants in town, as well as plenty of places to settle down to enjoy a picnic with the kids. And if you’re happy to explore a little further afield, fun days out await at the likes of the Woodlands Family Theme Park in Totnes, Torquay’s Dinosaur World and Paignton’s Pier and Zoo. 

Dartmouth cottages to rent

Coveted for both their comfort and charm, holiday cottages in Dartmouth are a traditional choice of accommodation. There are loads of options on the table too – from family-size spots to pet-friendly pads to romantic cottages for 2. Luxury holidays cottages in Dartmouth are also available, with options including harbourside cottages with hot tubs and large holiday cottages with private gardens and indoor heated pools. Be sure to take a look at the choices outside of town too – Dartmouth’s most popular neighbours including Stoke Fleming and Blackpool. 

Large holiday homes in Dartmouth

If a catch-up with friends is long overdue, a weekend in a large holiday home in Dartmouth could be just what the best friend’s bible ordered. Accommodation for group getaways might be a plush converted barn with private grounds and views over the River Dart or perhaps a contemporary townhouse overlooking the stony beach at Warfleet Creek. Those properties near the Royal Port of Dartmouth are within strolling distance of the prestigious bars and restaurants along the quayside, as well as the wider delights of South Devon courtesy of trips on the town’s steam railway rides and riverboat excursions.