Berry Lawn Linhay Bothy, Countisbury Hill, Nr Lymouth, Devon.
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OverviewBerry Lawn Linhay Bothy is a stone tent perched on top of some of England’s highest cliffs, with amazing views over the Bristol Channel, Watersmeet Valley and Exmoor. Ideal as an overnight stop for walkers on the South West Coast Path the bothy welcomes up to two dogs. There is a sink unit with cold water tap (not drinking water), two double sleeping platforms and a small open courtyard with a composting toilet cubicle. Bring mattresses, sleeping bags, camping cook kit and a torch to enjoy this off-grid, low light pollution location just minutes away from the coast. There is a pub 500m away and the seaside town of Lynmouth is 2 miles away. There is no parking for this bothy. The nearest public car park is over a mile away and the roadside is not suitable for parking.
Beds & Rooms:4: 1x4
Open:April to December
Price per night:From £23 to £28 per night for sole use of the bothy.
Booking:Book by phone or email.
Directions:Two miles east of Lynmouth close to the A39. Best approached on foot from the South West Coast Path near Sillery Sands Beach.
Public Transport:Quantock Heritage tourist service bus 300 from Minehead to Lynmouth passes close to the Bothy on the A39. Runs twice a day Monday to Friday in the summer months only (July to September ). Ask for Contisbury.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
This accommodation allows dogs by arrangement, is by the sea, is available to individuals and has a pub within walking distance. It is on the Hostels with Camping map, the camping barn map, the National Trust Bunkhouses map and the SW Coast Path.
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Due to government advice in response to the coronavirus outbreak, The National Trust has canceled holiday operations from Saturday 21 March to Tuesday 30 June 2020.
March 26th 2020
We are still accepting bookings from Tuesday 30 June 2020 but will be monitoring the situation and reviewing on a regular basis.
Available this Easter, Berry Lawn Linhay bothy perches on top of some of England’s highest cliffs, with amazing views.
January 29th 2020
The former farm building offers a simple, basic walkers’ overnight shelter. There are views to the north over the Bristol Channel, and magnificent views of the Watersmeet Valley and Exmoor on other sides.
It is the perfect place to get away from it all, with minimal noise and light pollution and animals grazing nearby. Berry Lawn Linhay Bothy is minutes away from the South West Coast Path, about 500m from the nearest pub and approximately 2 miles from the nearest town of Lynmouth.
There is a sink unit with cold water tap (not drinking water) and two double sleeping platforms. There are no windows to the bothy; however, the front door is glazed. There is a small open courtyard to the rear of the bothy housing the composting toilet cubicle.