Framed by acres of rolling Devon hills, the tiny village of Lee Bay on the North Devon coast is bursting with beauty and charm. The village lies in a secluded valley between Ilfracombe and Woolacombe and possesses a choice of quaint self-catering holiday cottages; many recently restored to high standards. It also boasts a fine pub, The Grampus, which welcomes all visitors, including children and dogs. Lee Bay has a delightful Victorian village hall and grounds with parking payable through an honesty box. At low tide, The Bay itself has a sandy beach for swimming or paddling and some of the best rock pools in Devon. Lee Bay is home to some lovely, picturesque holiday cottages, including Old Maids Cottage, a recently restored chocolate box thatched holiday home with a colourful history that included being the subject of a popular song sung in the trenches in World War One.
Old Maids Cottage luxury holiday cottage on the spectacular North Devon coast. It has been fully restored as an open-plan holiday home for six people in three double bedrooms (two en-suite). You’ll enjoy this picture-perfect thatched cottage that oozes the holiday feeling from the moment you arrive.
Situated just moments from Lee Bay, The Old Apple Store is a luxurious coastal cottage boasting a spacious deck and hot tub with beautiful views. The thoroughly modern holiday home near Ilfracombe offers an open-plan design with authentic urban chic, an open fire and the chance to explore the stunning North Devon coastline.