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.
Bedroom 11 Double Bed,
Bedroom 22 Single Bed,
Bedroom 32 Single Bed,
Bedroom 42 Single Bed, 1 Double Bed,
Bathroom 11 Shower,
Bathroom 21 Bath, 1 Shower,
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.
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... things to do. Porlock has two grocery shops, three pubs, a traditional local butcher, chemist, Post Office, petrol station, cash machine, visitor centre, hardware shop, and a selection of independent shops, restaurants, and tea rooms. Porlock Weir is a small harbour hamlet tucked Head west to the coastal twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth, the mini-Switzerland of England. Lynmouth sits on the harbour at the bottom of Countisbury Hill, offering a good choice of pubs, shops, and restaurants. On the top of the hill you'll find Lynton, with fantastic views out to see. Access from Lynmouth via footpath, road, or the famous water-powered railway. Wander the streets here to try indepedent cafes, restaurants and pub. Other useful amenitie such as two mini-supermarkets, a bank, post office, chemist and Tourist Information Centre can also be found here. The vintage cinema is highly popular with locals and visitors alike. The closet sandy beach is Lee Abbey (5 miles) and there are excellent surfing beaches at Croyde, Woolacombe, and Saunton within an easy drive.+ More