Holiday Cottages in Totnes

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  • 2 Chapelstones

    St Marychurch, Torquay, Devon
    • Sleeps5
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    Smart apartment in St Marychurch, Devon. (Ref. 1079693)

    7 nights from £409

  • Coombe Quay

    Dartmouth, Devon
    • Sleeps4
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    Beautiful, waterside four storey boathouse on the banks of the river Dart, Dartmouth. (Ref. 1067974)

    • £3000 off - Wed 22nd Dec to 29th Dec 2021

    • £4500 off - Wed 29th Dec 2021 to 5th Jan 2022

    7 nights from £1655

  • Wisteria Cottage

    Marldon, Devon
    • Sleeps2
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    Pretty one-bedroom cottage situated near Marldon, Devon. (Ref. 1054069)

    7 nights from £369

  • Jasmine Cottage

    Tuckenhay near Totnes, Devon
    • Sleeps6
    • Bedrooms3
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    This wonderful terraced cottage is based in Tuckenhay, Devon. (Ref. 999906)

    7 nights from £465

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  • Wisteria Cottage

    Scorriton near Buckfastleigh, Devon
    • Sleeps2
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    A charming annexe property sitting within the Dartmoor National Park in Devon. (Ref. 1038966)

    7 nights from £390

  • Quayside View

    Brixham, Devon
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    A seaside cottage with sea and harbour views. (Ref. 1013252)

    7 nights from £386

  • The Stone Barn Cottage

    Holne, Devon
    • Sleeps6
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    Comfortable cottage in the Dartmoor village of Holne. (Ref. 975811)

    7 nights from £530

  • Dove Cottage

    Dittisham, Devon
    • Sleeps8
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    Stunning contemporary house on the hillside above Dittisham. (Ref. 976216)

    7 nights from £1420

  • Oak Tree

    Halwell, Devon
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    Converted, 17th century farmhouse. (Ref. 976220)

    7 nights from £531

  • Wood View Cottage

    Blackawton, Devon
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    A semi-detached cottage with indoor heated swimming pool. (Ref. 986153)

    7 nights from £759

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Why book a cottage in Totnes?

The historic market town of Totnes is located in South Devon at the head of the estuary of the River Dart. The town has existed for over 1,000 years with the first recorded history dating back to 907 AD, when Totnes Castle was built. According to legend, Totnes is the first place that Brutus, Trojan Prince and mythical founder of Britain, set foot on land. The Brutus Stone, a small granite boulder found in Fore Street, is meant to mark this first step.

Today, Totnes has an alternative and bohemian vibe, with an emphasis placed on ethical and fair trade goods. The high street is home to a number of organic food shops, independent retailers and cafés and restaurants. 

Totnes has been a thriving market town for hundreds of years and evidence of its wealth is noticeable in the former merchant’s houses that still exist. A market still takes place on a Friday and Saturday throughout the year, with stalls selling food, plants, clothes, antiques and much more. There is also an Elizabethan market held on a Tuesday during the summer months, when stallholders dress in period costumes.

Places to visit near Totnes

Take a boat trip down the River Dart and visit a number of beautiful and interesting towns and villages. Stop off at Stoke Gabriel, Dartmouth or Kingsbridge and explore their museums, galleries and attractions. A holiday cottage in Totnes is an ideal base to explore the South Hams.