(EBV) Bay View holiday cottage with sea views. Combe Martin beach in Devon
- Local Area
- Commanding position
- Sea views
- Beach 5 mins walk
- Combe Martin 5 mins walk
- 2 balconies
- Wide screen TV
- Private driveway
- Private parking
- Private garden
- Coastal path walks
Combe Martin, North Devon. Bay View is a holiday home set in Exmoor National Park on a hill at the end of a private road with a commanding position overlooking the bay and beach. Gorgeous views of the sea and village of Combe Martin. Though very close to the beach and the hustle and bustle of this popular holiday destination, Bay View is located in a peaceful spot. Sea or beach views from all rooms of the house.
Important note: Due to the steepness and different levels of the garden; and the staircase has open treads/bannisters, Bay View is not suitable for toddlers/young children or those with mobility problems. Please also note the information under “Private off-road parking” below for access information. If you wish to discuss this in more detail please contact us.
At 1.5 miles Combe Martin has one of the longest high streets in Britain. The beach, pubs, restaurants and shops are just 350 metres (5 minutes walk) away to the main street, there are many more shops and eateries along the street. The best fish and chips is about 6 minutes walk away.
A regular farmers market is held at the village hall. There are many events and festivals held around this gorgeous part of north Devon.
Combe Martin lies within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Just to the east of Combe Martin Bay are the Hangman cliffs, made up of Little Hangman and the Great Hangman. The Great Hangman is a hog-backed hill of 1043 ft with a cliff-face of 820 ft, making it the highest cliff in southern Britain and can be reached by following the South West Coastal Path just a minutes walk down the hill, which also runs through the village.
Combe Martin is a central location to visit the towns and beaches of Ilfracombe, Lynton, Lymouth, Woolacombe, Croyde, Saunton and Barnstaple which are all a short drive away.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Sleeping six guests over three bedrooms; all with views of the bay. 1 hairdryer.
Bedroom 1 (Top floor)
Double room with oak king size bed. Patio doors open onto a generous sized balcony with views down to the village and beach. WC with wash basin across the landing.
Bedroom 2 (Lower floor)
Either a super king size or twin room with a beach and sea view. Small en-suite shower and a wash basin. Wall-mounted wide screen TV.
Bedroom 3 (Lower floor)
Double room with a beach and sea view.
Family bathroom (Lower floor)
Large bathroom with corner bath and hand shower, wash basin, WC and large heated towel rail.
Located on the middle floor. Dual aspect windows both with sea views. The modern fitted kitchen is well equipped with an eye level double oven with grill, induction hob, microwave, dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, a kettle and toaster etc. Breakfast bar with 2 chairs.
Located on the middle floor. Open plan living/dining room. Patio doors open out onto a steel and glass balcony with fantastic uninterrupted sea views. Wide screen TV with free to view Sky channels, large sofa and coffee table. Large dining table easily seats 6 people. Free Wi-Fi through out the house.
Utility Room (Lower floor)
Contemporary utility room with American style fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Door with steps into garden. There is a washing line in the garden.
Outside and the gardens
Mature steep, landscaped gardens on differing levels surround the property on three sides with views of Combe Martin, the beach, bay and sea. Outside table and chairs and BBQ.
Private off road parking
A private drive with off road parking, easily for two cars but three can be parked with careful planning.
This is the last of four properties on a private road.
The road is very narrow and steep with two very tight bends. At a squeeze the owner gets his VW T6 camper van up there with a little two point reversing and full lock on the steering. If small roads and difficult parking are tricky for you then you can park in the car park at the bottom of the private road by the beach where 24 hour parking is available, more info in the ‘Local Area’ tab.
Regular bus service from Combe Martin to all local towns. More info and about the local area in the ‘Local Area’ tab above.
Whats on and what to do in Combe Martin, North Devon
There are many villages and seaside towns to explore in the area, you can walk, drive or take the local bus. More information in in the Local Area tab above.
Combe Martin carnival week
Every summer there is carnival week, find out when carnival week is via their Facebook page below.
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The local area and what to do, Combe Martin in North Devon
The house is situated just to the east of Combe Martin Bay are the Hangman hills, the Hangman cliffs are made up of Little Hangman and the Great Hangman. The Great Hangman is a hog-backed hill of 1043 ft with a cliff-face of 820 ft, making it the highest cliff in southern Britain, and can be reached by following the South West Coast Path which runs through the village. Combe Martin lies within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Combe Martin, Berrynarbor and Parracombe have some outstanding places to Eat and Drink. The village has tea rooms, 4 pubs, Fish and Chip Shops and Tea rooms, gift shops, small supermarket etc, all you need to ensure you have a rest from the kitchen when on holiday in Combe Martin, oh of course lots of opportunity for an ice cream!!
A regular farmers’ market is held at the village hall.
Combe Martin museum and information point
The Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is similar to a normal wildlife park, containing animals such as wallabies, free-roaming macaws, wolves and lions, but there are also models and animatronic dinosaurs. The models are in their own area, Domain of the Dinosaurs, whilst the animatronics (T. rex, Dilophosaurus, Megalosaurus and Velociraptor) have an enclosure in the main area of the park. There is also a Dinosaur Museum with a fossilised skeleton and egg nest of some dinosaurs. Other attractions include a train ride with a massive flood of water, shows with sealions and wolves, a light show and a mock Egyptian tomb with hieroglyphics and mummies.
Watermouth castle family theme park.
Lundy island, day trips and boat trips.
Public transport and buses Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, Barnstaple
The bus is an easy option to get around, the bus stops just by the beach. Goes to the local towns and seaside beaches etc.
Filers Travel bus company, Local bus services link.
Double check the below information with Filers Travel Bus company in case they change anything.
Frequent services: 31 – Ilfracombe to Woolacombe via Mullacott Cross, Mortehoe. Monday to Saturday (except public holidays).
301 – Combe Martin to Barnstaple via Ilfracombe, Muddiford and North Devon District Hospital. Monday to Saturday (except public holidays).
302 – Ilfracombe to Woolacombe via Mullacott. Sundays and Bank holidays, Summer service from the beginning of July to mid September.
303 – Woolacombe to Barnstaple via Braunton. Monday to Saturday (except public holidays).
309 – Lynton & Lynmouth to Barnstaple via Shirwell. Monday to Saturday (except public holidays).
310 – Lynton & Lynmouth to Barnstaple via Bratton Fleming. Monday to Saturday (except public holidays).
Bus Times bustimes.org
Public car park 24 hour parking by Combe Martin beach
Parking permits can be obtained from the council office just by the car park, Tel:01271 883403. The office is open to the general public Mon/Tues/Wed and Fri 10:00 – 12:00.
Pay by machine, depending on the time of year from £1 per hour up to £5 per 24 hour period.
Combe Martin Churches
St Peter and Vincula Church, Sunday service.
Methodist, Sunday service.
Baptist Sunday service 10.30 am.
Combe Martin Health centre / hospital
Combe Martin Health centre 01271 882406.
Tyrell Hospital – minor injuries unit, Ilfracombe 01271 862448 closes at 6pm.
North Devon Hospital with A&E, Barnstaple 01271322577