You can’t get more southerly in Devon – if you did, you’d be in the briny! Keep the faith as you weave from the Blytonesque village of East Prawle with its village green, Piglet Stores, café and legendary pub – the Pig’s Nose Inn – to the edge of the world. The cottage is beloved and visited often by its owners – no sterile holiday home feel here – instead, a warm and comfortable house with character. A dramatically decorated snug with deep dark walls and white painted floorboards is the place to curl up in the evening while someone else gets on with the cooking, but it’s the seaside rooms that will particularly delight with their thrilling views and sounds. The attic bedroom is reached via a single room so makes a perfect family suite while the first floor bedroom with pretty wallpaper and vintage flower paintings has a charmingly old-fashioned feel. Outside, a delightful garden tumbles down to the coast path – in summer a mass of seaside-loving flowers. You could easily stay put but venture along the coast you must – either direction will lead to some of the loveliest beaches in Devon. Heaven.