COVID-19 Lock Down
In line with the rest of the country, tourists during lock down are requested not to visit the south west. Our infrastructure is not able to cope with an influx of people. Tourism operators are legally not allowed to welcome visitors to their businesses and can be prosecuted should it be reported that visitors are staying. This applies to second homes as well.
Please follow the Government demands and stay home and keep safe. Once this is all over the West Country will welcome you again.
Combe Martin accommodation on the North Devon coast
is waiting to welcome you to this beautiful part of Exmoor and North Devon. There is a good choice of places to stay in Combe Martin, including B&B’s
, self-catering cottages
, caravan and camping sites
. You’ll find a good selection of shops, pubs and cafés
close to the beach.
Top quality environment
Combe Martin nestles in the most scenic countryside, with Exmoor National Park's
border to the east and the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
(AONB) to the west. The village is on the coast with the iconic South West Coast Path
passing through the village. You can enjoy some of the best walking
country straight from your accommodation. There are also some stunning gardens
to visit, all within easy reach. You can download and print out an A4 map of the village
Combe Martin Bay offers a safe place for many activities and all ages. With some of the best rock pools in the area, there’s lots to discover on the beach. You can hire kayaks and paddle boards
in the village, exploring in the safe water of the bay. Sea fishing is also popular from the bay, with course fishing nearby too. There’s an informative museum
highlighting the village’s heritage. And of course, you can just relax in the sun on the beach and watch the sun go down over the horizon in the evening.Local Videos
To get a taste of things you can do while staying in Combe Martin, have a look at the video link
below. For a wider range of ideas go to our Video Page
where you can find videos on kayaking, rockpooling, Exmoor National Park, Exmoor Ponies, The Earl of Rone Parade, the Combe Martin Carnival and more...