Set on Devon’s famous English Riviera, Brixham is a lively fishing port lined with glistening boats, pretty cottages and award-winning seafood restaurants. Our Brixham self-catering accommodation places you in the heart of this charming town, perfect for exploring what Brixham, as well as Torquay, Paignton and Dartmouth beyond, have to offer.
Why visit Brixham?
Brixham dates back to the Saxon times and it remains timeless today with its rich, centuries-old maritime heritage very much alive and well. With our self-catering cottages, you can stay overlooking the pretty harbour, or slightly further afield close to the scenic Berry Head Nature Reserve.
Things to do in Brixham:
After a stroll around the harbour, follow the Buccaneers Way to learn all about Brixham’s historic buildings and landmarks. The town is also surrounded by Blue Flag beaches, such as Breakwater Beach, which are well worth visiting. You can also visit the beaches as part of a longer walk along the South West Coast Path.
Why stay in a Brixham cottage?
If you’re looking for a holiday in a charming waterside location, look no further than our cottages in Brixham. The town offers everything from traditional fishermen’s cottages to stunning seafront apartments and much more, and you’re in a prime location to explore the English Riviera and beyond too, with plenty of Devon holiday cottages close by. We also have a great range of dog-friendly cottages in Brixham too, so you can explore the town along with your pet pooch.
Three must see things in Brixham:
- Hop aboard the replica of Sir Francis Drake’s famous ship The Golden Hind to learn more about its amazing stories and discoveries
- A variety of wildlife and scenic views can be enjoyed at the Berry Head Nature Reserve, decorated with Napoleonic fortifications
- Sample the local seafood, including cockles, mussels and squid, from one of the many kiosks found around the harbour