Millfield Cottage sits directly above the old smugglers cove of Lee Bay in North Devon, offering stunning views of the sea and making every visit an unforgettable experience.
This detached single-storey cottage offers weekly self-catering accommodation for up to six people in four bedrooms. It features an open-plan kitchen and dining room with French doors opening on to spectacular views.
The property and gardens are well maintained and bookings are taken directly so guests can avoid extra fees.
All the comforts of home, with a log burner and a conservatory overlooking the bay.
Lawned gardens stretching down to the sea, with plenty of parking and sports storage.
It doesn’t get much more dramatic, beautiful and peaceful than Lee Bay in North Devon.
The garden is gorgeous, and so well maintained, and the property was spotless.
Lee is a small village with a mixture of thatched and mostly character properties in a picturesque wooded valley, often known as ‘Fuchsia Valley’ because of the abundance of flowering hedgerows.
The village leads down to a beautiful cove with rockpools and a small sandy beach with a further beach accessed through the rocks at low tide – shown in the photographs. This beach can also be accessed via steps from the South West Coastal Path.
The beautiful coastline lends itself perfectly to swimming and rockpooling, along with kayaking or paddleboarding to explore the coves (on calm days and subject to the weather of course).
The South West Coast Path passes through Lee, offering breathtaking views as it winds its way towards Ilfracombe or Mortehoe.
The village pub, The Grampus, dates back to the 14th century. It offers food all-year round and cream teas between Easter and October, catering to residents, walkers and holidaymakers alike. Families are catered for and dogs are always welcome.