Facilities Second Floor - Lounge The apartment is accessed through the living room on the top (2nd) floor, where you'll find a cosy sofa, a wall-mounted smart TV, and an electric wood-burning stove. At the top of the stairs leading to the second floor, there is a fixed stairgate for safety.
First Floor - Bedroom & Bathroom On the first floor, you'll discover a spacious, tastefully decorated king-size bedroom at Coachman’s Quarters. Adjacent to the bedroom, you'll find the main shower room, which is equipped with a walk-in shower, a WC, and a washbasin.
Ground Floor - Kitchen/Dining & WC Situated on the ground floor, the well-appointed kitchen can be accessed either from the first floor via the spiral staircase or from the outside. The kitchen is equipped with various appliances, including a fridge/freezer, a microwave, a washer/dryer, and an electric oven with a hob. Additionally, there's a dining table for two.
Also on the ground floor, there's a separate cloakroom with a washbasin and WC, as well as a designated area for hanging coats and storing boots.
Location Lynmouth is a very special place to visit; the spectacular coastline and deeply cut river valleys in this unique area provide wonderful opportunities for walking; the South West Coast Path, the Two Moors Way and the Coleridge Way are good examples. The famous Watersmeet House is not far up the valley road, a beautiful National Trust tea garden situated at the meeting of the East Lyn River and Hoar Oak Water. The famous Valley of Rocks is a short walk out of Lynton. If this isn't enough, sandy beaches can be found within a delightful scenic drive.
Lynmouth has a good choice of gift and art shops etc, pubs and restaurants all within a few minutes' walk. The twin village of Lynton is perched on the hill above Lynmouth, and is accessed via road, footpath or the famous funicular railway for food shopping. Lynton also has a range of tea shops, restaurants, a small cinema, as well as tennis and bowls facilities. The larger towns of Minehead and Barnstaple are approximately 17 and 20 miles away respectively, where you will find the larger supermarkets, high street banks, etc.
There are plenty of attractions nearby, such as the steam railway at Woody Bay, the National Trust's Arlington Court and Dunster Castle, Exmoor Zoological Park, Watermouth Castle and The Big Sheep. There are a number of riding stables if you choose to explore Exmoor on horseback, or wildlife safaris in a 4x4 to view and learn about this beautiful area. Boat trips are available in season to see the coastal seabirds and mammals or to visit the stunning Lundy Island.