South Molton 3.5 miles.
This single-storey, detached lodge is situated within its own enclosed gardens, complete with imposing wrought iron gates, on a working livestock farm, on the outskirts of Bishops Nympton, near South Molton in North Devon.
Set within an idyllic rural location and with amazing far-reaching views, this beautifully-presented Bishops Nympton lodge provides an ideal, quiet getaway for a family or group of six.
This spacious Bishops Nympton lodge has an open plan living area, which is light and airy and boasts panoramic views, and offers a fitted kitchen with dining area and a cosy sitting area with an electric fire.
All bedrooms, including one with en-suite facilities, offer restful and welcoming sleeping arrangements.
The garden is secluded, private and has a sunny patio with marvellous views; a great place to relax and truly unwind.
South Molton, the Gateway to Exmoor, has great food and gift shops and plentiful sights and attractions of interest for the tourist.
Exmoor provides a great escape for walkers and wildlife lovers, whilst the spectacular North Devon beaches are all a short drive from this lodge near South Molton and provide endless sea, sand and surf for all members of the family.
A fabulous, well-presented Bishops Nympton lodge near the moorland and coast, perfect for families and lovers of a quiet life on the farm.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin (one with 2’ 6” beds). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire. Hall for boot storage.
About the location
Combe Martin 19 miles; Ilfracombe 24 miles; Woolacombe 25 miles.
The attractive market town of South Molton is known as The Gateway to Exmoor and is ideally placed in North Devon, boasting a range of shops, amenities and a weekly market. Being pleasantly situated not far from both coastal and inland beauty spots it will suit visitors of all tastes. In close proximity are forests, moors, rivers and coast, with churches and other buildings of historical significance. Residents find the quiet charm of the area attractive and visitors soon experience the sense of civic pride held by the locals. There is superb walking on the South West Coast Path and the North Devon beaches are varied and interesting. Visit the National Trust's Watersmeet Gorge, Valley of the Rocks and the funicular cliff railway. Up on Exmoor, there are various walks to suit all abilities, as well as highlights such as Tarr Steps, Lanacre Bridge and the village of Withypool. Further afield, the resorts of Ilfracombe and Combe Martin are well worth a visit, and for some of the best beaches in the country, visit Woolacombe and Saunton and Croyde.