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If you’re looking for somewhere special to stay where you can stroll down to the most magical of beaches and relax with a book, walk the South West Coastal Path or try a spot of wild swimming in pristine clear waters, a Holbeton holiday ticks all the boxes.

You may not have even heard of Holbeton, it’s not one of those villages you would just drive through… it’s truly off the beaten track! This charming traditional Devon village is tucked away into the hillside above the River Erme estuary, close to the beautiful beaches of Mothecombe and Coastguards. The village has just one pub and a post office store but it’s very well connected. It’s just a short drive to the waterside villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo, just 7 miles to the charming market town of Modbury and 10 miles from Plymouth.

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Why Choose a Holbeton Holiday?

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Holbeton is idyllic. Imagine rolling hills dipping down into the sea and a totally unspoilt, majestic and undeveloped coastline. That’s Holbeton. Stroll down to the beautiful Mothecombe Beach. Stop for coffee and a pastry at the Italian inspired schoolhouse. (Towards the bottom of the car park  – yes you can take the car if you prefer!) This popular hotspot is gaining quite a reputation with both locals and visitors, and you can take your dog too!. 

Holbeton is around a half an hour drive to Plymouth so if you fancy a little retail therapy or a walk around the cobbled streets of the Barbican, it’s easily accessible. The neighbouring villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo are well worth a visit. These two chic waterside beauty spots straddle the River Yealm and are very popular with sailors. Head along Court Road to the jetty and go crabbing with with kids or launch the kayaks and paddleboards and explore this hidden gem.

Places to Eat in Holbeton

Holbeton food & Drink

Choose a Holbeton holiday and stay in one of our luxury cottages and you’ll have some great places to eat both in Holbeton and the neighbouring villages. Dine in the local pub or head to the pretty waterside destinations of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo on the River Yealm. The three village pubs all have amazing waterside locations, perfect for a glass of wine over dinner. 

Things to do on your Holbeton holiday

The idyllic village of Holbeton is just a mile or so from unspoilt and pristine sandy beaches. Choose to relax with a book, dive into crystal clear waters or explore the untouched coastline by kayak. Go foraging along the clifftop at nearby Carswell Farm or stroll to the local for a pint of craft beer. So whatever takes your fancy, it’s time to escape to one of our luxury Holbeton holiday cottages and live the dream.

Photo credit : Carswell Farm

 

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