Are you searching for holiday homes for sale in the south west because you’ve come to the right place! The south west is one of the most sought after places to own your own holiday home in the UK. Owning your own holiday home in this tranquil and scenic spot means you will truly escape the hustle & bustle.
Locations where you’ll find holiday homes for sale in the south west
- Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly
Many people looking for holiday homes for sale in the south west may have visited in the past and fell in love. Why would they want to go anywhere else because this place has it all including:
- Glorious sandy beaches
- Stunning holiday parks
- The latest holiday homes for sale
- Pretty towns and villages
- The friendliest people
Such a stunning area to explore whilst at your Holiday Home
The area includes national parks Dartmoor, Exmoor and The New Forest and boasts the longest coastline in England. Dotted with quaint harbours and fishing towns. It’s also home to Stonehenge and the Jurassic Coast, making it the perfect holiday home retreat. The stunning landscape has something to offer all year round, and if you’re lucky you can experience weather to rival Mediterranean climes. The Mediterranean climate is one of the reasons Devon is known as the English Riviera so you can enjoy an ‘being abroad’ vibe.
If your looking for holiday homes for sale in the south west you can start to see why this is a great choice!
The South West is one of the prettiest, friendliest and unspoilt parts of England, with plenty to appeal to holiday-makers. Its easy to see why many people are searching holiday homes for sale in the south west.
Things to see and do whilst at your holiday home
No pilgrimage to the South West would be complete without a trip to Bath. Steeped in history, this beautiful Somerset city is home to the ancient Roman baths, medieval abbeys, museums, lush green parks and delightful architecture. The city centre is home to some of the best names on the high street, as well as designer brands and plenty of independent bookstores & cafes. Visit Sally Lunn’s Eating House to sample the famous Sally Lunn bun in one of Bath’s oldest buildings.
The rest of the Cotswold s are rich with history dating back to the Domesday Book and full of quintessentially English towns and villages. The Cotswold’s is adorned with pretty cottages crafted from golden stone.
If you’re a lover of nautical history and long stretches of sandy beach, Bournemouth is the perfect seaside destination. The beaches are renowned for their cleanliness and safety. There are tourist shops galore and the entire coastline is dotted with colourful beach huts. Don’t forget the obligatory seafront chips and ice cream!
Cornwall is the ultimate coastal escape and such an authentic place to enjoy the lifestyle of holiday home ownership. Art enthusiasts will love the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Barbara Hepworth Museum. Make sure you visit the Eden Project because its a great day out for the whole family. For a bit of much needed peace and quiet escape to the tranquil Ruthern Valley, which in late Spring is carpeted with indigo bluebells. Fans of literature flock to Fowey, famous for inspiring much of Daphne du Maurier’s work. There are countless working farms and petting zoos throughout the county if you have little people to keep happy. Cornwall is also the perfect place to sample delicious seafood, and Rick Stein’s seafood school at Padstow is the perfect gift for foodies.
Devon has lots to offer, from miles of stunning coastline to the world famous cream tea. Outdoorsy types will love the Tamar Trails and Go Ape! at Haldon. There’s also the model village at Babbacombe, surf school at Saunton Sands, vast Bronze Age moorland of Dartmoor. If you’re into historical buildings the stunning Exeter Cathedral is unmissable.
Dorset is full of natural attractions from Durdle Door; a huge limestone arch in the sea at Lulworth to Old Harry Rocks on the Isle of Purbeck, marking the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast. History lovers should also visit the Castletown D-Day Centre and the Tank Museum, and the water park at Corfe Castle is a must for adventure seeking families. The Jurassic Safari is another great way to spend the day, enjoying the rich scenery and wildlife of Dorset from a rugged Land Rover.
The South West is also home to Wiltshire Stonehenge, one of Britain’s most visited attractions and the ultimate place to spend the Summer Solstice.
Why buy a holiday home in the South West?
As far as locations go for Holiday home ownership, they don’t come much better than the South West! Whilst here at your static caravan or lodge you can truly relax, slow down and enjoy the true delights of the South West. Enjoy the beautiful beaches with turquoise seas, cream teas and some of the most quintessentially British towns and villages you could ever dream of, the South West is an idyllic place for a holiday home. It’s perfect if you like rugged beaches, unspoilt natural beauty and sunshine.
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