Framed by acres of rolling Devon hills, the tiny village of Lee is bursting with beauty and charm and sits on the coast of North Devon between Woolacombe, Mortehoe and Ilfracombe on the South West Coastal Path.
Set in a wooded combe, locally named as ‘Fuchsia Valley’ because of the hedges blooming with scarlet flowers in the spring and summer months, Lee really is a stunning sight.
It has its own small secluded sandy beach; a popular spot for rock pooling. There is the Old School Room, which now has a craft gallery and provides refreshments. Whilst the Grampus Inn is a focal point for the village which still retains a strong community spirit and offers a great place to enjoy an evening in its pretty garden with a glass of wine or pint of ale.
Walks along the South West Coastal Path to both Mortehoe via Bull Point or Ilfracombe in the opposite direction enjoy stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean.
If you want a self-catering holiday cottage in Lee Bay in North Devon, view our unique Lee Bay cottages in this gorgeous village below. Or you can read more about Lee Bay on our Lee Bay Holiday Guide!