Ideal for groups of up to ten guests, Yenworthy Mill, Oare is a historic building converted to a four bedroom, two bathroom holiday home. The newly fitted open kitchen inspires chefs with an enviable range of appliances and amenities. There’s a dining area for ten and a spacious double height sitting room for sinking into an armchair in front of the woodburner after dinner. The upper gallery has three more sofas in front of a large-screen TV. On the ground floor there’s a double ensuite bedroom and a twin room with two more bedrooms upstairs (a twin and a family room with double bed, bunk beds and cot) sharing a family bathroom.
Relax in the pretty garden of this historic mill and enjoy views of the Bristol Channel. It’s the perfect spot for reading, painting, barbecuing and relaxing with an chilly beer
Yenworthy Mill, Oare is part of Yenworthy Farm in a spectacular location in Exmoor National Park. Part of “Lorna Doone Country” this working farm was mentioned in the classic novel! Walk to the Roman fort at Old Burrow and explore the 13 miles of footpaths belonging to the farm which has four Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Ideal for walkers and those who love coastal views, the converted mill has a private path to a secluded rocky cove and access to the Coastal Path for miles of rambling. Porlock and Lynmouth are both six miles away for local shops, tea rooms and sightseeing. Best surfing beaches are Woolacombe and Croyde (27 miles).