Mill Cottage

A 17th Century Converted Water Mill

The Taw & Torridge estuary have been recently designated a world biosphere area because of its outstanding natural beauty and diversity of rare plants and animals.

Braunton is such a convenient centre for touring North Devon. Places of interest include Lynton & Lynmouth, Exmoor, Clovelly & Hartland, Ilfracombe's picturesque harbour, Combe Martin, Instow, Appledore & the local nature reserves.

South west coastal path or the Tarka Trail, plus rural footpaths and Exmoor & Dartmoor within easy reach

We have storage for cycles or Otter Cycle Hire in Braunton village. The Tarka Trail Cycle way runs for approx 36 miles

The area is renowned for its sandy beaches which are a magnet for wind surfers, surfers, body boarders and sail boarding. Croyde and Saunton beaches have surf schools where expert tuition is available

Horse Riding
Roylands riding school in Croyde and Mullacott stables Ilfracombe

At least 9 clubs within a 30 mile radius (some may require handicap certificate and your home members club card, others are pay and play)

Mill cottage enjoys its own stretch of the river Caen which contains mainly brown trout plus a run of sea trout. Beach casting, tidal river estuaries, stocked coarse and game still waters are nearby

Barnstaple Pannier market and town centre

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