Langleigh Guest House
Langleigh House, dating back to the early days of Berrynarbor, was once the village post office. The property was re-modelled, extended and became a guesthouse in the 1930's. Today Langleigh House set in half an acre of landscaped gardens with a southerly aspect, offers a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere in which to unwind.
The guesthouse accommodation consists of 4 double rooms, 1 twin room and 1 two room family suite looking out over the Sterridge Valley or The Village. All rooms are en-suite and are decorated and furnished to a high standard through a policy of continued improvement. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities, remote control television, alarm clock/radio and hairdryer. Refrigerators with fresh milk are available to guests on both landings.
Breakfast can be served in our charming dining room or taken on the terrace or decking with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside, weather permitting. A changing menu of food is freshly prepared, home cooked and locally sourced. In season we pick our own apples and pears from the garden.
Langleigh House is centrally heated throughout for your comfort.
There is a private car park and a barbecue area by the stream.
Most credit and debit cards are accepted.
Well behaved dogs welcome by arrangement.
Berrynarbor and North Devon.
This pretty conservation village, half a mile from the sea and 1.1/2 miles from Exmoor National Park, nestles at the foot of the beautiful Sterridge Valley. It is off the coast road between Combe Martin (1.1/2 miles) and Ilfracombe (4 miles) and so misses most of the holiday traffic. It has won several Best Kept Village awards.
The 16th Century Olde Globe in the village centre provides pub food and restaurant meals, has a skittle alley and a pool table, and welcomes children and dogs. There are other pubs and restaurants within easy distance as well as Miss Muffet for snacks and evening meals. The village post office/shop/off licence sells newspapers and groceries.
Berrynarbor is surrounded by spectacular countryside with local walks and is close to some of the most dramatic and varied scenery in England. At Woolacombe (about 7 miles) there are 3 miles of blue flag golden sands with lots of smaller coves and beaches even nearer.
The coastal path from Minehead to Lands End is within 1/2 mile, and offers exciting cliff top walks or beautiful short strolls from convenient car parks.
Away from the coast are the wilds of Exmoor, with red deer, hidden valleys and charming villages. There is excellent walking on many marked tracks and horse riding is readily available.
If you enjoy stately homes and gardens, Arlington Court, Chambercombe Manor, Marwood Gardens and the Royal Horticultural Society Garden at Rosemoor (Torrington) are within easy reach.
Ilfracombe has an indoor swimming pool, golf, riding stables and fishing trips from the harbour. There are also regular trips to Lundy Island to see the Puffins along with pleasure trips along the Heritage coastline.
Bideford and Barnstaple have their famous Pannier Markets 3 times a week and can offer good shopping and leisure facilities.
Lynton and Lynmouth with the water driven cliff railway are to the east and the beautiful and unusual fishing village of Clovelly is to the west.
North Devon has been described as the last undiscovered place in the South West. The sparse population means there is a vast amount of unpopulated countryside to explore. It is so spacious that peace and tranquillity is easily found.
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This page was last updated: 18 June 2011