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Self Catering in the South West of England

Self-catering holidays have always been a popular choice for holidaymakers visiting the South West of England, and as the choice of self-catering properties on the market grows it is more important than ever to choose carefully when booking your holiday accommodation. The safest way to book a quality holiday home is by using a specialist firm. There are lots of companies that rent holiday properties but by using one which is based in the area you want to stay, such as Blue-Chip Holiday Cottages, you will benefit from local knowledge as well as a professional service.

With the largest portfolio of four- and five-star self-catering accommodation in the South West, Blue Chip offer every kind of holiday accommodation you can think of throughout Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Somerset, and the Isle of Wight, sleeping from 2 to 20! If you have made the decision to come to the South West on holiday you probably have a good idea of which area you would like to stay in and Blue Chip’s easy to navigate website will help you to find the perfect property in your chosen area by filtering the features that are most important to you such as sea or country views, a swimming pool or a garden, or baby/pet friendly properties. Whatever your requirements, with over 800 quality properties to choose from Blue Chip are sure to have the perfect holiday home for you.

The South West is diverse and beautiful

The South West is a diverse and beautiful area which has so much to offer its’ visitors. The stunning beaches of Cornwall with their crystal blue waters are perfect for water sports enthusiasts and the tranquil countryside of Devon is a haven for walkers of all abilities; Dartmoor National Park is a must for anyone who wants to leave their everyday life behind and experience the thrill of the open air with only the wild ponies for company. Dorset is a county rich in history as any Thomas Hardy fan will know, and Somerset is famous for its’ produce – especially apples, cider, and cheddar cheese.

One of the best things about self-catering holidays in the South West is that they are available all year round. Most people think of summer holidays first when picturing the South West’s golden beaches, but they are just as breath-taking in the winter; especially when you have a cosy country cottage waiting for you with a wood burning stove or open fire to warm your feet beside. Maybe you can picture yourself with a glass of wine watching the sun set from a stylish coastal apartment with panoramic views of the sea. Another bonus of booking with a cottage agency is that you are not restricted to a full week away – if you are looking for a short break or a romantic weekend away then many of Blue Chip’s properties are available to book for just a few nights. Whether you have visited the South West before or if this will be your first time, you can be sure that you will have a holiday to remember!

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