Vista close to our luxury cottages near the South West Coast Path

Luxury cottages near the South West Coast Path

Oct 15, 2018

1,000 miles of Coast Path to Enjoy; The South West Coast Path isn’t to be Missed. 

England’s longest marked footpath, voted best walking trail in the UK twice in a row is truly staggering. Whilst not impossible, we know that many people aren’t able to walk the entire coast path. However, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t enjoy this spectacular asset!

That’s why at Handpicked Cottages, we have a selection of fantastic cottages near to the coast path. From Dorset to Cornwall, we have a variety of luxury cottages near the South West Coast Path to retreat to after a hard day's walking.

Luxury cottages near the South West Coast path

Wildlife, heritage and incredible scenery, the South West Coast Path is a trip through some of the best the UK has to offer. Millennia of work and erosion have left its mark on the UK’s coast. From the birth of iron age settlements to the first location for the RNLI, the Coast Path outlines the very history of the South West.

Booking luxury cottages near The South West Coast Path is a great way, not only to see the coast, but also some great towns and villages along the way. From Salcombe to Croyde, the coastline skirts along the UK, encompassing some fantastic locations.

Handpicked Cottages' Selection

Our cottages are aimed to create the best possible experience for you, your family, your pet, and your loved ones. Here are just two of our luxury cottages that we believe encapsulate what we have to offer:

  • Situated on the South Devon coast, this beautiful lodge is a stone’s throw away from both Salcombe and the sea! With hot-tub and country view, we are sure you’ll love this luxury cottage very near the South West Coast Path.
  • Lamorna View on the other hand is situated extremely close to Lands’ End! Directly on the coast path with incredible views, this will give you the complete walking holiday! Lamorna View

South West Coast Path

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