Devizes self-catering holiday cottages.

Self-catering cottages in old market town in Wiltshire! The idyllic town of Devizes was founded during Norman times and is often described as the hidden gem of Wiltshire. It features almost 500 buildings in the town that are listed - possibly the highest number for any town in England.

Well-known for 'speciality' (plenty of goods not available elsewhere) shopping in and around the Market Place and Brittox, the main pedestrian street. It also has an indoor market at the Shambles Market Hall, as well as holding regular farmers', collectors', antique and continental markets. And for a break from the self-catering holiday cottage, there are plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs to enjoy.

A variety of holiday accommodation is available in this traditional English market town, last-minute cottages with availability pet friendly or single story might fit the bill - check out the choice below:

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Things to do when visiting Devizes in Wiltshire.

Take an easy stroll, being as it is on the flat, around the 29 locks of the Kennet and Avon Canal which lead up to the town, for some spectacular views. Visit the Wiltshire Museum and its wonderful and quite famous Bronze Age collection. And another great Devizes attraction, spurred on by seeing the magnificent shire horses making daily deliveries throughout the town, is the independent Wadsworth Brewery which can be found at the north end of Market Place. The brewery was founded in 1875 and you can be sure to taste the local produce in one of the many pubs in and around the town.