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With so many enchanting landscapes across North Devon, retreat to the countryside for a rural getaway filled with hilltop rambles and cosy pub lunches. All of our luxury holiday homes in North Devon are set within a select few outstanding locations that mean you needn’t miss out on the most beautiful and bucolic scenery this county has to offer. Whichever is your favourite spot, all of our holiday homes pack a paradisiacal punch.

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Date: 12th July 2024

Understanding VAT for furnished holiday lets

VAT is a tax which is applied to certain goods and services within the UK. The standard rate applicable is currently 20%. Value Added Tax is deemed payable on a holiday let because it's considered by HMRC to be an investment. Basically when you let out your holiday cottage, you’re adding value and earning an income from your property. 

Date: 26th April 2024

Salcombe D-Day commemorations: What's on?

Salcombe D-Day commemorations: What’s on? In June 1944, a U.S. Navy Amphibious Force of 66 ships and six Royal Navy escorts sailed from Salcombe, tasked to land on Utah Beach, Normandy and help liberate enemy occupied Europe. Eighty years later, Salcombe is planning an jam-packed programme of events on 6th June to commemorate the 80th anniversary…

Date: 8th April 2024

The Best Beaches in Salcombe: A Salcombe Beach Guide

The Best Beaches in Salcombe: A Salcombe Beach Guide Tucked away on the southern coast of Devon you will find Salcombe: an iconic seaside town renowned for its picturesque harbour, sun-soaked beaches and captivating coastlines. The climate in Salcombe is almost Mediterranean. The balmy summers mean Salcombe has been a holiday hot-spot for generations, proving a paradise for…

Date: 5th April 2024

A Window Into Smugglers

A Window Into Smugglers Tucked into the quiet green fold of a tranquil Devon valley forming part of the Salcombe estuary, rests Smugglers, a quaint grade two listed, 18th century traditional Devon stone cottage. Locations don’t come much more enviable than this, perched at the head of the Batson creek, think postcard-ready fisherman’s cottage set…