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February Half Term Breaks in Devon

School is out and you’re looking for a relaxing getaway to make the most of your week off. 

Enjoy some quality time with your family and friends beside the beach this February half-term in one of our stunning beach villas.

As the days finally seem a little bit longer and spring is on the horizon, February half term is a great time to enjoy a family holiday at the beach. North Devon is quieter than the peak summer season and prices are lower, meaning you’ll get the full North Devon experience with fewer crowds and at a lower price.

As the nights draw in, golden sunsets cast a beautiful serene glow across the beach and the fresh February air provides refreshing and revitalising dog walks. The countryside and woodlands of North Devon are hinting at the arrival of spring in February as the seasons start to change. It’s a beautiful time to visit North Devon away from the summer crowds and explore all that the coast and countryside has to offer.

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Reviews

Anthony WellsAnthony Wells
19:55 23 Jul 23
Lovely place to stay. Comfortable Villas very close to a beautiful three mile long, dog friendly beach.
Simon HaggerSimon Hagger
08:39 06 Jun 23
As always a great stay in these perfectly located beach Villas. They are basic but perfectly clean, tidy and comfy, just what is needed for a beach holiday with or without dogs. Short walk to the stunning beach, absolute convenience and the beauty of the sand dunes opposite. Always found the reception, team, cleaners to be super friendly and helpful. Will visit again.
Mary daviesMary davies
11:50 27 May 23
Clean, well appointed villa with comfortable beds, the dogs loved it and enjoyed the beach at least twice a day, occasionally more. I never made it to the beach because although I'd spoken to a member of staff before booking to ask about access through the dunes and was informed that that there were concrete paths I wasn't told that in places there were slopes, in particular the quite steep ramp down from the car park to the beach. Even if I'd made use of a beach wheelchair I would have needed assistance to get down and up the ramp and with four dogs to control my friend wouldn't have been able to push me. It spoiled the holiday for me and for my friend, who incidentally had nothing but praise for the members of staff she spoke to having left her laptop behind. They were friendly and helpful and organised it being returned to her as speedily as possible.
Steve RalphSteve Ralph
11:14 21 Apr 23
We have just got back from a short break here. Absolutely excellent location and accommodation. The most dog-friendly place we have ever stayed. The chalet was spotless and well equipped with a few nice 'doggy' touches - a doggy bag of treats including biscuits, a tennis ball, poo bags and a dog identity disc.Straight out of the chalet onto miles of dunes and an endless beach.
caroline law-irishcaroline law-irish
06:12 20 Apr 23
Our 4th stay in the villa but the first time we have arrived in daylight. As soon as we turned off the road, drank in the amazing view Peppa sat up wagging her tail & I swear was smiling the happiest doggy smile ever!Dunes 8 as always was spotlessly clean with the great addition of WiFi & smart tv's. Meant my husband could finish his work , our little girl could watch her favourite tea time programmes & mummy could sit outside with a glass of wine listening to the sea.We were extremely lucky with the weather, lots of long walks on the beach & burrows - absolutely perfect . As always sad faces on leaving & an absolutely exhausted dog!Already looking at dates for our next trip.Thank you once again for an amazing long weekend .
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