Woodside is situated overlooking the West Lyn River in the village of Barbrook in the Exmoor National Park.
It is a well appointed first floor spacious self contained apartment for two people with its own patio, garden and private car park.
There are wonderful riverside walks right on your doorstep. Lynton and Lynmouth are just a mile away.
NEW MILL FARM
Our cottages lie in a peaceful river valley within the beautiful Exmoor National Park, climbing to 900 feet to the top of the farm is south facing Caffyns Halt offering ground floor accommodation and the privacy of being detached with uninterrupted panoramic views of Exmoor, also a great place to view the stars! Exmoor National Park has been designated an International Dark Sky Reserve, the first place in Europe to achieve this prestigious award . Our waters edge cottages have been lovingly converted from a traditional 17th century Exmoor Mill, it’s picturesque situation inspired Landseer to paint the Mill in 1870s. Guests are invited to relax by the stream, or explore the 100 acre farm and enjoy its' wildlife, we often see buzzards and Exmoor’s majestic Red Deer. We also have our own A.B.R.S Approved Riding Stables on the farm, offering horses and ponies for all abilities.
ALTA LYN BARNS
Three self-catering apartments in new barn conversions on an alpaca breeding farm on Exmoor, near Lynton. Views across farmland to Lynton, the Bristol Channel and Wales. All units have parking spaces, under floor heating, dishwashers and microwaves, use of Washing Machine in laundry room, outside seating and travel cot if required. Linen included.
BRATTON MILL COTTAGE
Bratton Mill Cottage is a beautifully restored idyllic hideaway. A perfect place to relax and unwind and bliss for children of all ages. Dogs are very welcome. Many lovely walks without moving the car. It is set in its own picturesque 28 acre wooded valley adjacent to a former mill surrounded by wildlife and within sound of a wide. but shallow. trout stream.
This is a romantic, riverside retreat, quiet and private in the depths of the Devon countryside. It is unique: the perfect place for those special times when you want to relax, unwind and sink into peace and tranquility. Dogs are now welcome and have their own entrance and linked accommodation.
The cottage occupies a prime spot within about 75 yards from the beach, sea, rock pools, coast paths and shops, pubs and restaurants. The immediate area is level and it is also easy within a few hundred yards walk from the doorstep to find solitude on the spectacular coast path and the maze of other footpaths. Driving is not essential.
In the heyday of Beachborough House, the servants lived directly over the kitchen - a case of above stairs, rather then below stairs. Today, the Servant's Quarters have been converted into a stylish apartment for 2/3.
You even have your own private entrance which leads onto a delightful courtyard so you may come and go as you please. You have a kitchen/living room, a bathroom and bedroom - all you need for a romantic away from it all break, yet you may wander the beautiful gardens and even have a game of tennis should you wish.
MARTINHOE CLEAVE COTTAGES
Converted by Bob and Heather in 2003 to provide self-catering accommodation, they are equipped to a very high standard throughout. All of the cottages have central heating, flat screen LED televisions, Freesat boxes, DVD players, radio/CD players and have a private water supply. They share a car park, with room for 5 vehicles, situated opposite the building and a communal utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and drying rack and a shared freezer. There is also a payphone as there is no mobile phone reception!
Yenworthy Lodge is situated within Exmoor National Park overlooking the stunning Bristol Channel and South Wales beyond. We are set in 6 acres of private woodland and grounds equidistant between Porlock and Lynmouth. It is an ideal location for surfing on Devon's fantastic Gold Coast, mountain biking, walking, fishing, horse riding and visiting many of the tourist attractions in the area. It is an ideal "get away from it all" venue.
Heale Farm Cottage - sleeps 2 - 5. The cottage has beautiful views to Trentishoe Down from the large, vaulted first floor sitting room. It¹s comfortable and friendly atmosphere is ideal for two couples or even a couple (at discount rate) as well as families. With one double bedded, one twin bedded and one small single, there is a bathroom with bidet and also a shower room. A kitchen breakfast room and utility open onto the sunny garden. Central heating and woodburner. Laundry room and ping pong freely available plus freedom of 20 acres.
The Bothy - sleeps 2. This ancient barn¹s open plan accommodation is spacious and full of character, with woodburning stove and night storage heaters to make it warm for all the changing seasons. A spacious beamed living/bedroom area with kingsize four-poster bed has french windows opening onto your garden and the fields beyond. A small kitchen with combi microwave and shower room complete the picture. This really is the perfect hideaway to get away from it all.
The Woolchamber Cottages are three self - catering cottages adjoining the Simonsbath House Hotel situated in the splendor of the Barle Valley in Simonsbath where the locals refer to as “Exmoor Proper”. Each cottage has it's own external entrance. Although the cottages are completely self contained the hotel restaurant and bar may be used by guests in the evening. The cottages are converted from the 300 year old 'Woolchamber Barn' and all are fully centrally heated and furnished to a very high standard. They feature comfortable living room, kitchen and additional gallery areas which give a feeling of extra space and offers additional sleeping accommodation if require
Martinhoe Manor occupies a unique and spectacularly beautiful setting in an area famous for its outstanding scenic beauty. The Manor House stands in its own 26 acres of secluded and private grounds. The Manor naturally commands the most breathtaking views. Nestling on a little plateau above the sea, encircled by the magnificently wooded amphitheatre that is Woody Bay; this situation, so carefully chosen those hundreds of years ago, gives us our enviable micro-climate of very mild weather. We have fig trees which bear fruit twice yearly and camellias which bloom in January - out of doors!