Yenworthy Mill self catering accommodation Exmoor countisbury oare north devon
Yenworthy Mill self catering accommodation kitchen
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Open plan living space at Yenworthy Mill
Double bedroom at Yenworthy Mill

Welcome to Yenworthy Mill

Yenworthy Mill offers self catering accommodation for up to 10 guests in one of the most stunning sections of the North Devon coast. Only a short walk from the sea, this scenic rural location is perfect for those looking to get away from it all. 
This converted barn offers authentic and homely open plan space for groups of friends or family. Perfect for walkers, the South West Coast Path can be easily accessed within minutes of the property. 

The Cottage

The downstairs of this converted barn is a large open plan space, kitchen and dining area (for 10) at one end, extending to double height sitting room with two sofas and wood burning stove at the other. In the walk in cupboard you will find a washing machine and dryer. 

Stairs from the living room lead you to the gallery room, with three sofas and large television. Also from the living room, up three steps is a corridor leading to a downstairs toilet, double bedroom (with en-suit shower) and a twin bedroom. 

The first floor consists of a family bathroom, twin bedroom and family double bedroom with a cot and bunk beds. 

The garden has outside seating and a barbecue with views to Bristol Channel. 
  • Hair dryer
  • Log fire
  • Wi-Fi available
  • Central heating
  • Kettle
  • Games room
  • Fan
  • Microwave,Cooker,Toaster,Freezer,Fridge
  • Clothes dryer,Dishwasher,Washing machine
  • DVD player,TV
  • Iron,Ironing board
  • High chair
  • Towels provided,Linen provided
  • BBQ
  • Parking
  • private garden (not enclosed)
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Shared garden
  • private garden (enclosed)
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Sea view
  • Secure parking
  • Detatched Property
Pets welcome

4 x dog(s) available (£15.00)

Restricted mobility

Wheelchair users


1 x Cot and Highchair available (£0.00)

The Region

Views from Countisbury looking west along the North Devon coastline
There is so much to explore from here across Exmoor National Park. Discover the towns and villages, see ancient sites or head to secret sandy coves along the coast.

Head east to the popular villages of Porlock and Porlock Weir, with plenty of places to eat, shops to browse and...
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Such a beautiful place to stay, the location is stunning. We particularly enjoyed the walks from the cottage, an evening stroll to see the beautiful sunset was so rewarding. On our last day we walked from the cottage to Lynton, a little challenging but so worth it. This coastal walk has amazing vie....

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The house is spacious, clean and well equipped in a beautiful peaceful location with good walks from the door

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Everything was as described making for an excellent week.

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We loved our week at Yenworthy Mill - the house is perfectly situated in quiet, peaceful surroundings. Immaculately clean with plenty of space for everyone. Amazing showers with hot water and great water pressure. Large fridge/freezer. We got an online food order delivered as we arrived which worked....

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Lovely location right next to the coast, very spacious property, comfortable with great showers and comfortable beds, ( very important! ) The only negative is that the property is advertised as having WiFi. Unfortunately this was very poor or non existent at times, especially in the evenings. I thi....

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The location with access to spectacular countryside and views is fabulous. The house is very well set up for a family or group with two spacious areas to spend time altogether or to be separate if needed. The bathrooms are modern and clean, plenty of hot water. The kitchen is very well equipped and ....

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Beautiful area, stunning views, great location for various other places to visit. Excellent layout of accommodation for our needs (twins, parents, grandparents, friend). Friendly farmer, farm dogs that the boys fell in love with. Will certainly recommend.

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If you are wanting total seclusion with spectacular views, this is the place. It is central point to explore both North Devon and Somerset, as it is situated on the border. Absolutely loved our stay and would highly recommend.

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The walk down to Glenthorne beach is well worth the effort! The cream teas in Horner are excellent and the walk through Horner woods is really worth doing either before or after! If you want to go to Watersmeet then walk up the valley from Lynmouth as it is a great walk to a lovely location.

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Ages 2-12


Under 2

10 Guests maximum. Infants don't count toward the number of guests.

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