In Barbrook, in an elevated position which complements its semi-rural setting and surrounding natural beauty, a detached house, beautifully improved and enhanced since its mid-20th cent. origins. At the back, lovingly-maintained landscaped gardens climb steeply via terraces (small children beware) with small pond (unfenced) up to a higher, wilder area adjoining farmland attracting deer, squirrels, foxes and a fascinating variety of birds; to the front, lush wooded views over a stepped front garden.
Steep drive up to 13 steps up to front door. First-floor living room with oak floor (rug), TV/DVD and handsome glazed extension opening to sunny terrace (table/chairs) with little gated bridge to back garden; loo. On the ground floor (stairgate), kitchen/dining room (dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, fridge-freezer, electric range-style double-oven cooker) with TV, slate floor and door to garden; two bedrooms - a double (5' bed) with slate floor (rug), dressing room, en suite shower-room (suite) and glazed doors to terrace, and a twin (linkable to 6' double) with oak floor (rug), TV/DVD and Wii; bathroom (suite with roll-top bath). Not suitable for people with limited mobility. A superb house in a stunningly beautiful area.
Barbrook: hamlet (petrol garage) with the West Lyn River tumbling through it and surrounded by woodland, 1½ miles south of Lynton and Lynmouth, on the edge of Exmoor National Park. Pub, 1 mile walk along riverbank. Riding stables, 1½ miles.
Two bedrooms downstairs: 1 x king size double with en suite shower room with shower, WC and basin, 1 x twin (converts to super king double). Bathroom with bath, WC, basin. Kitchen with dining area. First floor sitting room with door to terrace. First floor WC with basin.
Barbrook Set directly on the coast at the foot of the Exmoor hills, this charming village draws visitors from near and far. Quaint Lynmouth sits between the river, shore and hills and offers small restaurants, tea rooms and inns.
This property offers the following short breaks: