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Swallows Nest Hmmh

Sleeps 3
2 dogs
1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Right from the front door, walks and paths through beautiful scenery can be had from Swallows Nest.. 2 steps to entrance (with ramp access). All on the ground floor.

Wooden floors throughout.

Living room: With Satellite TV, DVD player and French doors leading to patio.

Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher.

Bedroom: With double bed and single bed.

Shower room: With shower cubicle, grab rails and toilet.. Patio. Private parking for 1 car. . Underfloor heating from solar panels and air source heat pumps (October-April £30 per week, £25 per short break), electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair. Laundry room with coin-operated washing machine and tumble dryer (shared). Barbecue. No smoking. Please note: The properties have a natural water supply from a borehole.. Alta Lyn Barns are set high above the seaside towns of Lynton and Lynmouth. With far reaching views out to the Bristol Channel, these three properties (HKKP, HKKW & HMMH) are part of a barn conversion set on a working farm within the Exmoor National Park. Set amongst some of the most glorious scenery to be found in Devon, plenty of footpaths and coastal walks can be taken from the apartments, leading to both the South West Coast Path and on to Exmoor National Park. Here you will find walking to suit all abilities and there are plenty of opportunities to spot red deer, Exmoor ponies and buzzards.

The properties are well located for exploring the area. Make sure you visit the Victorian cliff railway at Lynton. To the west are some of the country’s finest beaches at Woolacombe and Putsborough. In Ilfracombe you will find the harbour area, Damian Hirst’s ’Verity’ guarding the harbour entrance. There is also the Landmark Theatre and a good range of shops and amenities. A visit to the Combe Martin Wildlife Park and Watermouth Castle all make for an enjoyable day out. Travelling east, take a trip into medieval Dunster, 10 miles, with its historic yarn market, deer park and imposing castle (National Trust). Minehead is 18 miles away, with its super promenade to sit and enjoy an ice cream. Minehead is also home to the West Somerset Steam Railway. Take in some of the small villages close by on your travels, such as Blue Anchor, Porlock, Bossington and Withypool. There are National Trust properties at Arlington and Knightshayes. Cycling, horse riding, golf and fishing are all available locally. There is now an artist in residence offering ’Crafty Tuesdays’, where visitors can drop in and make something in the studio with a multimedia artist. The studio is also available for use by visitors, subject to bookings, for their own artwork. Spinning and weaving, as well as feltmaking are also on offer regularly. Shops 1 mile, pub 500 yards.

These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION -  for HMMK only - Can be booked with HKKW to sleep 10

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION for all properties at Alta Lyn Barns - Wifi can be obtained from Channel View by arrangement with the owner, however this facility cannot be guaranteed to be available at all times due to the unpredictability of Service Providers.

ADDITIONAL CHARGES for all properties at Alta Lyn Barns-A Winter fuel supplement of £30 per week or £25 per short 4 break from 1st Oct - 30th April to be  sent by cheque to the property owner 2 weeks prior to your holiday.


Satellite TV
Parking Available
Garden / Patio
Accessibility Features
High Chair
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Horse Riding Nearby
Cot / Travel Cot
Washing Machine
Fishing Nearby


“Made welcome . Lovely garden . Easy reach of Lynton and Lynmouth . Pleasant place to stay”
— Kay, 1 May 2022
“Very spacious cottage, clean and tidy. Did expect to find a hoover and iron in the cottage but that wasn't a problem. Lovely views and local attractions. Nice stay at the cottage.”
— Teresa, 3 October 2021


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