The Lodge at Myrtleberry under the magnificent copper beech
A view of the Lodge from across the river
The Victorian greenhouse at Myrtleberry
The Lodge bejewelled
A view of the Lodge from near the river
The East Lyn River from the garden
The Lodge at Myrtleberry garden
From above! See how the river flows round the garden.
BBQ in the garden
Garden games
The greenhouse and drive entrance
View of Foreland Point from Myrtleberry Cleave
Valley of Rocks, Lynton

Riverside self catering accommodation on Exmoor

As seen on 'Britain's Best Walks' with Julia Bradbury!

Sitting in a truly special setting right on the bank of the beautiful East Lyn River, the Lodge at Myrtleberry offers comfortable self catering accommodation for up to six people (additional accommodation can sometimes be made available for larger groups up to 11 people - please enquire). It sits in a large open garden on a wide bend of the river, surrounded by oak woodlands on steep hillsides; it is almost the only property in the dramatic National Trust owned Watersmeet Valley. 

Sharing the site with the owners' home the Lodge is nevertheless private and completely self-contained. It has been an extremely popular holiday cottage since the 1950's with succeeding generations of families returning year after year. Just over a mile down river is the fishing village of Lynmouth on the dramatic north Devon coast. Just over a mile up river is Exmoor National Park's open moorland.

The Lodge at Myrtleberry is perfect for keen walkers - and their dogs - and those looking for a special place to unwind.


A taster of what a stay at Myrtleberry has to offer:

Dog friendly

Dog friendly