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When you feel the need for a vacation to get away from the frenetic pace of a demanding job, the needs of equally demanding children, or even from the dreary boredom of a hum-drum existence, one of our luxury 1, 2, 4 and 5 bedroom holiday rentals near Colyton in East Devon may be all you need to put your life back into perspective. You will soon discover that the pace of life down here really is slower and, even in mid-winter, the dramatic scenery will provide a perfect haven in which to do just as you please for a while.
Those of us who live here can experience, all year round, the tranquillity of the secluded coves, wooded river valleys, lush pastures, and spectacular hills and moorland which are an unchanging feature of the West Country's landscape. Improved road networks mean that you can travel to the holiday cottages of your dreams in under 3 hours from London.
Facilities include - Sky TV (inc. Sports), Free Wireless Internet - Wooden Beams, Jacuzzi, Stunning Views, Ensuite Bathrooms, Log Fires, Underfloor Heating..... Visit our Web Site for More Info
Our Grade 2 listed self catering cottages have been awarded "4 Stars" - by the English Tourist Board (only one of a few in Devon) and are situated in a secluded area well away from noise pollution in the picturesque Axe Valley, which is on the South Devon coast between the resorts of Sidmouth and Lyme Regis which are part of the World Heritage Coastline and in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Our rental properties, which are listed in the Doomsday Book of 1086, offer views of green fields and the freedom of tranquil woodland walks, farm tours, nature trails and picnic sites where you could encounter farm animals such as ewes and their lambs peacefully munching grass, or even Nobby and Norma - our 2 fully grown 7 feet tall ostriches - the World's largest flightless birds - who may even entertain you with their crazy mating dance in full view of our luxury holiday rentals !!
Let the children see the Sheep being sheared or feed baby lambs with milk from a bottle. How would they like to hold a baby lamb just after it has been born ?