The Location

Perched on the cliffs above the pretty village of Combe Martin, steps from the South West Coast Path, with far reaching views across the Atlantic to Lundy Island and South Wales…

 

The local village – Combe Martin

Combe Martin is the local village http://www.visitcombemartin.com/

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An easy 20-minute walk on a relatively flat wooded footpath, Combe Martin has lots of village shops, pubs and access to the beach

Walkers can also take the scenic coastal path down to Combe Martin, which affords stunning views towards Watermouth Bay, Combe Martin and Lundy (30mins, mostly downhill but with some steeper, rougher patches.

In town – butcher, bakery, chemist, petrol station, post office, church and a number of pubs and restaurants, fish and chips, classic seaside village amenities (buckets, spades etc), doctor’s surgery

Combe Martin Beach is a sand and pebble beach with some great rock pools and a fantastic beach for various water sports.
South West Coast Path (https://www.southwestcoastpath.org.uk/)

  • Views across to Wales and Lundy from top field
  • Dog friendly walks

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Wildlife and Dinosaur Park and Watermouth Castle and theme park – both are excellent for children (five minutes’ drive away)

 

Ilfracombe – great town with a supermarket for stocking up on supplies, a leisure centre, cinema etc http://www.visitilfracombe.co.uk/discover-ilfracombe

 

Woolacombe and Mortehoe (15 mins drive). Voted UK’s best beach and one of the world’s best.

https://www.coastmagazine.co.uk/content/woolacombe-beach-named-one-worlds-best-beaches

 

Exmoor National Park – the house is situated in the national park, with easy access to horse riding, hiking, bike riding, http://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/

 

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