Nestled within three acres of gardens and stunning woodlands, this Victorian home is the perfect destination large groups of friends and family looking to unwind or enjoy a celebration of a lifetime.
Secluded within large gardens and woodland, the house has amazing sea views from most rooms, yet is located right in the heart of Lynton. Along with Lynmouth, where Exmoor meets the sea, the area is one of the most beautiful places in England, providing incredible scenery and walks in and around Exmoor National Park. The house is only a short stroll to all the area's attractions such as the famous cliff railway which takes you to the picturesque harbour of Lynmouth, the Valley of Rocks and the beautiful waterfalls at Watersmeet. There are many pubs, restaurants and shops close by as well as a number of wonderful beaches within walking distance. Alternatively, explore the North Devon Atlantic coastline and the golden sands of Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton Sands which are 30-40 minutes away by car. Local centres provide traditional country-based activities such as golf, fishing, tennis, horse riding and walking.
On the lower ground floor, the dining room has an impressive table to seat everyone comfortably, and this is the perfect place to host a celebratory meal, which can be prepared in the well-equipped farmhouse style kitchen which has an electric Aga, two double electric ovens, separate hob, microwave, two large fridges, freezer and two dishwashers. There is also a separate utility room accessed from the outside with a washing machine and tumble dryer. On the ground floor and retaining many of its original features, including a tiled entrance hall where you will find plenty of space to hang coats and store shoes after a busy day exploring. Just off the main hallway you will find two large lounges. The first has comfy sofas, perfect for relaxing and you can light the multi fuel stove and watch your favourite films on the TV/DVD. The second lounge also has an open fire with TV/DVD/Xbox as well as a baby grand piano. Both lounges have french doors leading out onto a balcony providing wonderful views of the sea and local woodland. Heading up the grand staircase to the first floor you will find the first two of the ten bedrooms. On this floor are two en-suite twin rooms, one double and one twin which can be made up as a king-sized bed. On the second floor you will find five further bedrooms, four of which are ensuite, the other one having a shower only. These include a four-poster king bedroom, two double rooms and two further twin rooms which can be made up as king-sized beds. On the third floor you will find a king-size en-suite, a twin bedroom and a large en-suite family bedroom with a king size bed and two singles.
Heading outside, you can enjoy the large enclosed garden with built-in BBQ for those warm summer evenings. There is a terraced area with garden furniture, a table tennis table and a further two seating areas with stunning panoramic sea views. Ample parking can be found in the large public car park just 100 metres from the property, which is accessed by a graduated sloping private footpath. Permits can be purchased with the owner prior to arrival, or purchased from the local Post Office or a shop in the main street.