Berry Lawn Linhay BothyLynmouth, Devon
- Guests 4
- Bedrooms 1
- Preferred changeover day Flexible
- Minimum stay 1 night
- Number of dogs welcome 2
About Berry Lawn Linhay BothyThis camping barn offers is an ideal overnight stop for walkers on the South West Coast Path.
Berry Lawn Linhay bothy perches on top of some of England’s highest cliffs, with amazing views to the north over the Bristol Channel, and magnificent views of the Watersmeet Valley and Exmoor on other sides.
The former farm building offers a simple, basic walkers’ overnight shelter. 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.
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.
Features and facilities
- Cot & high chair not available
- Microwave not available
- Fridge not available
- Freezer not available
- Dishwasher not available
- Washing machine not available
- Tumble dryer not available
- Telephone not available
- Television not available
- DVD not available
- WiFi* not available
- Open fire / wood burner not available
- Garden not available
- BBQ not available
The bothy consists of one room, containing two double sleeping platforms and a cold water sink (not drinking water). 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.
Notes for guests
Heating: No heating provided.
Bedding/linen: No linen provided.
Parking: There is no parking for this bothy. The nearest public car parks are over a mile away and there is no suitable roadside parking.
Garden: There is a small open courtyard at the back of the bothy and the bothy is set in open countryside.
Drinking water: There is a cold water tap in the bothy, but this is not drinking water.
Hazards: This is an area of minimal light pollution and so the nights will be dark. Even a trip to the toilet will need a torch.
Dog owners should be aware that there is no enclosed garden at the bothy.