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Newton Ferrers, Devon, UK

On the banks of the River Yealm in Devon's yachty haven of Newton Ferrers is the oh-so-stylish Beauport cottage. This immaculate self-catering waterfront home exudes a restful ambience, filled to the rafters with little luxuries waiting to be enjoyed by families and groups of friends. Lying within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on one of the most sought-after roads in the South Hams, here is a place where golden beaches and long coastal stomps to country inns reign supreme.

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Our team are contacting all those with bookings that are affected by the government rules on maximum group sizes. See our Frequently Asked Questions for further information.