Cotillion is in a residential location, ½ mile from the harbour
Salcombe is a lovely little town in south Devon, a quiet place to spend a few days' holiday. You can take to the water with the estuary offering an array of water-bound activities: kayak and dinghy hire; or sailing lessons and ferry cruises. Or if you fancy something less water centric, try the Woodlands Family Theme Park and Pennywell Farm. Or, for something a little different, the Salcombe Shooting School.
You could also spend your day living the cafe society life, and sup a cappuccino down by the harbour. Talking of the harbour, this is place to go to try some locally caught fish.
Should you fancy a few days in Salcombe, and why would you not? The chances are you'll need somewhere to stay. Let me suggest "Cotillion", in a residential part of Salcombe.
Salcombe, on the south Devon coast, the home of Cotillion
The holiday cottage Cotillion
Cotillion can be found in a residential area, a very short walk from the harbour and main street at Salcombe. This is very handy indeed, because it means you can explore the delights of Salcombe without the need to drive (and, crucially, park)!
Cotillion is a large holiday cottage, sleeping 12 people, so would ideally suit those of you looking to holiday with friends and extended family. Although there is no reason you shouldn't book Cotillion if there is just a few of you - you'll have plenty of room.
Find out more about Cotillion and Salcombe
If you think that Cotillion could be the holiday cottage you've been looking for, the chances are you'll want to find out some more information. Well, you can see more photos of Cotillion
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The sea tractor and foot ferry across the estuary at Salcombe
Salcombe is a lovely place to visit, especially if you like cycling and walking. There is a foot ferry which takes you across the estuary, to East Portlemouth, with bikes also allowed to travel. The ferry is quite an experience! You can, of course, go all the way round the estuary (about 14 miles) via car, but where is the fun in that!
I hope you get to visit Salcombe, and enjoy your time in Devon.
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The views across Salcombe from Cotillion
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