Treetops really is a true 'hideaway'.
Situated half a mile down a no-through road (directly overlooking the Bristol Channel and leading to the beach) with almost no passing traffic, it is surrounded by National Trust woodland where fallow and red deer are frequent visitors.
There are superb views of the coastline from above the bay and, for keen walkers, the South West Coast Path is very close by.
The rocky cove at Woody Bay, reputed haunt of smugglers which has a sandy beach at low tide, is about ten minutes' walk further down the lane, while the famous Valley of the Rocks is a short distance to the east.Treetops is nestled in the hillside above the courtyard behind the main house.
It is reached by a flight of wooden steps leading to a large, private deck area looking towards the sea (partially visible, especially in winter).
The whole of the front of the building is glass, flooding the interior with light, and the conversion has produced an extremely attractive Scandinavian feel with lots of pale wood, bright rugs, comfortable furniture and modern fittings to make it a wonderful place in which to escape.
All first floor accessed via steepish steps. One bedroom: 1 x king size double.
Bathroom, with shower, basin and WC.
Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with sofa bed.
About the location
3 miles from Lynton
Woody Bay is on the North Devon coast of England, situated three miles west of Lynton. Close to all amenities and tourist attractions. Located where the Exmoor National Park and the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty meet.
Note: Unsuitable for small children except babes in arms.
Note: The property is on the first floor and accessed via steep steps, may not be suitable for those with mobility issues.