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Explore England’s wild west and discover some of the country’s most breathtaking coastline, moorland and ancient countryside. With thriving communities, history aplenty and plenty to see and do, there’s something for everyone on a South West holiday.

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Apartment 1, Buller House

Looe, South Cornwall

Apartment 1, Buller House


2 1
The Moorings

Fowey, South Cornwall

The Moorings


5 3
Ovgar Starboard

Sandbanks, Dorset

Ovgar Starboard


6 3
Ramillies

Hope Cove, South Devon

Ramillies


6 3
Choose from 1,000s of self-catered holiday cottages in the South West of England
Whether it’s a romantic weekend for two, a family holiday by the sea or a special celebration with friends, we offer a huge selection of self-catered holiday cottages in Cornwall, Devon and beyond.

At Lime Cottages, we’ve collated a collection of the South West’s best holiday homes. From coastal cottages for couples to fabulous family homes and luxury apartments, there’s a home for every occasion. Perfect for those that love to dine out or cook for themselves, self-catered holiday cottages are hired on an accommodation-only basis, leaving you in charge of when, what and where you eat. Flexible, affordable and great for groups and families, choose from over 1,000 cottages in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and throughout the Westcountry.

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Devon

Devon

From vast open moorland to glorious sandy beaches, Devon is a country jam-packed with wild adventures. Learn to surf, sail or SUP, discover a new beach every day, step back in time on Dartmoor and dine out in some of the UK’s best foodie locations.

Cornwall

Cornwall

With its rugged northern coastline, dramatic western tip and the more sheltered picturesque south coast, Cornwall is flanked on three sides by world-renowned beaches. Expect stunning coastal paths, beautiful villages and a fascinating legacy built by miners and fishermen.

Somerset

Somerset

Best known for its ciders and cheese, Somerset is perfect for long weekends in the countryside. From Cheddar Gorge to Glastonbury Tor and Exmoor National Park, the county is home to some of the Westcountry’s most dramatic rural scenery.

Dorset

Dorset

Home of the Jurassic Coast, Dorset offers visitors the chance to explore some of the UK’s most iconic scenery. The county has plenty to offer, from its soaring limestone cliffs to stunning natural wonders like Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.