Accommodation for Walkers at Mannacott Farm
The parish and village of Martinhoe sit high on the cliff tops overlooking the North Devon coast. Its elevated vantage point offers some of the most scenic and breathtaking views of this beautiful part of England while you walk the South West Coast Path. The hog-backed cliffs below are a feature of this part of the British coastline. Steep and rocky cliffs provide great climbing opportunities and have long been favourites with experienced climbers who enjoy the challenge of the irregular and rugged cliff faces. This is an ideal spot for relaxing amid the peaceful Exmoor countryside with many delightful walks accessed almost directly from the property and with spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The farm is a haven for wildlife including foxes, badgers and rabbits. Red deer can often be seen grazing in surrounding fields and woodland. Only half a mile from the historic pub/restaurant of Hunters Inn. National Trust footpaths lead to unspoilt Heddons Mouth Cove and coastal path just one mile distant. Village pub, stores in medieval Parracombe village three miles, beaches of Combe Martin or picturesque twin villages of Lynton and Lynmouth five miles and the superb sandy surfing beach at Woolacombe only a 30 minute scenic drive.
Mannacott Farm is a comfortable, peaceful setting in which to enjoy the warm welcome and hospitality of owner, Mrs Dallyn. With two rooms on offer you can enjoy the tranquil home from home surroundings. Tea and coffee on request, and a lounge in which to sit and relax, or plan your next days adventure. After a restful nights sleep you can sit down to a filling breakfast designed to fill you up for the day walking out in the stunning local area.
Things to do and places to see
- South West Coast Path
- Heddon Valley
- Woody Bay SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest)
- Hunters Inn
Tariff and Booking Details
For more information contact Mrs M Dallyn on 01598 752225 or write to Mannacott Farm, Martinhoe, Barnstaple EX31 4QS .
You may also contact Mannacott Farm by email.
How to get to Mannacott Farm
Please see the map below for further directions