Whether you’re a frequent visitor to this little-known corner of North Devon coastline, or a first-time traveller to this tranquil haven, the small and picturesque village of Lee is the ideal base for easy exploration of the whole of Devon.
Wander from Millfield at the seafront up through the village to Pixie Meadow, St Matthew’s Church, the Old Schoolroom Craft Gallery and then stop for lunch at the Grampus Inn.
Lee beach itself is less than two minutes walk from the cottage and is the perfect place for paddling, swimming, rock-pooling, kayaking and snorkelling.
The wonderful surfing beaches of Woolacombe, Putsborough, Croyde and Saunton are just a short car journey away. Guests can enjoy the busier surfing resorts in the day and then return to the tranquility of the village of Lee.
The famous villages of Clovelly, Lynton and Croyde are just a stone’s throw away along the coast.
Walking is a very popular pastime in Lee as the South West Coastal Path passes through, offering breathtaking views as it winds its way towards Ilfracombe or Mortehoe.
Golf can be enjoyed at Ilfracombe, Woolacombe and of course the championship course at Saunton where there are two links courses.