Mary King room, spacious, light and brightMary King room, characterful with a large pink chandelier
Seaside Village Romantic Double Vegetarian B&B
Seaside Village Romantic Double Vegetarian B&B
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
2 baths
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
2 baths
You won’t be charged yet

Come and restore peace and balance in our homely home by the sea! Cranleigh house is a calm and relaxing getaway in the heart of Combe Martin Village. We are walking distance from beaches, gorgeous coastal paths and all of North Devon's treasures can be explored from here. We offer a range of things to make your stay even better such as yoga, meditation, healthy food, guided walks and holistic therapies. The house has great historical and spiritual significance, do ask us to find out about this.

The space

The double room is a beautiful, characterful space on the first floor and is a favourite with all our guests. Two large windows face south west across the green Combe Martin valley. Tea, coffee & bath towels are provided in your room. Free Wifi.

You can help yourself to a buffet breakfast, available everyday until 11am. This is a selection of organic, healthy & natural foods and typically includes our homemade muesli, fresh fruit, toast/bread & butter, honey, jam & marmalade without added sugar (sweetened with fruit juice) and locally made spelt bread. We have a large selection of tea, herbal teas and cafetiere coffee.
You could also have a breakfast smoothie made with fresh fruit & greens with a superfood powder, such as barley grass, for £5 per person.
We are always sure to cater for people with specific dietary needs such as gluten free, dairy free, etc.

We usually offer a Vegan evening meal for guests staying two nights or more. This is a delicious main course with a nutritious salad and is £10 for adults and £5 for children up to 10 years old. Please let us know if you are interested so we can prepare this for your visit

Guest access

Guests have access to the double room, the shower room and separate toilet across the hall.
We have a spacious comfortable sitting room for guest use, with large south west facing windows & a cosy wood-burning stove for winter evenings. The sitting room has an extensive library of books on health, wellbeing & metaphysics. We have a south west facing roof terrace.

We run regular yoga classes & there is a yoga/meditation space that can be used by guests, when not in use for other classes/practices.
Covered cycle storage available.
Yoga classes and therapies also available.

Interaction with guests

We are available for guests at breakfast, and at check-in time. We also provide information on local walks & places of interest. If you are interested we can take you to Holdstone Down Sacred Mountain to explore Karma Yoga. If you would like Yoga classes or a holistic therapy session, massage, homeopathy or healing please ask us & we can book you in. Prices on request.

Other things to note

There is free parking in the street outside or close to the house. Parking can also be arranged with the 'Pack o Cards' pub opposite for a small fee to them, payable at the bar. There are several places to eat within easy walking distance and a shop which sells sandwiches & snacks almost opposite.
1 or 2 dogs at our discretion: £5 per night
Beach towel hire: £5 per person.
Please do bring empty bottles, cardboard packs, papers etc. down to the kitchen to recycle.

Please contact us to discuss a special offer if you'd like to stay for a week or more.


Amenities

House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 4PM
Check out by 10AM

Oh Rules! ....
We are a vegetarian house so, no meat or fish allowed in the house.
no alcohol or smoking in the house or on our terraces.
no cooking in our kitchen.
- Quiet time between 10pm and 7.00am.
B&B towels to be kept in the house, we have towels to hire for the beach.
Please leave your room by 10am on the last morning of your stay but you are welcome to have breakfast after this time before you go.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs - 2 or 4 flights of stairs to reach the 1st or 2nd floor.
Potential for noise - Cranleigh House is on Combe Martin High Street, we have double glazing but you can hear traffic on the street.
No parking on property - There is free and unlimited parking on the street outside. You can park in the Pack o Cards pub opposite and pay them £2.50 at the bar.

Cancellations

82 Reviews

Accuracy
Communication
Cleanliness
Location
Check In
Value
Anastasia User Profile
October 2017
Basic but very clean and quiet. Big Room. Kettle and tea/coffee in the room. Great value for money.

Adrian User Profile
September 2017
Great stay exactly as described. Warm welcome and good yoga in the mornings. Lovely home cooked food option with careful thought to healthy home grown ingredients. Also very accommodating pub across the road "Pack o Cards" when it came to parking in their car park - they can also offer a vegan option. Super local walks from venue too if you want to park up and stay!

Lindsey User Profile
September 2017
Katherine and Stuart were friendly and welcoming hosts. They hung our wet walking gear in a warm drying room and made us feel very welcome. The room was huge, warm and comfortable and we had a good meal at the pub across the road. Just what we needed after a soggy walk!

Claire User Profile
September 2017
Very friendly and welcoming.

Rachel User Profile
September 2017
Do NOT bring your dog here!!! OWNER HIT MY DOG We arrived early and contacted Katherine. She was very polite and advised that although check in was not until 4, we could get into our room. We rang the three doorbells on the front door as we were advised Stewart would be available however no answer, so we went to our room, settled in and then left to meet my parents. We did not return until around 22:15pm that night having enjoyed our time with my parents. We had already received a text from Katherine about breakfast and responded thanking her. It was a very wet night and we came in drenched, our dog included. Our dog is a Husky who has recently had one eye removed so this was her first trip away since the operation, 4 weeks ago. We entered through the front door to the hallway and removed our shoes as requested. As we were removing our shoes, Katherine appeared and our dog leaped up. We understand this is annoying however my husband took her to our room and Katherine showed me around the breakfast area and didn't mention anything. The next morning, whilst putting our shoes on, we could hear Katherine and Stewart having an argument behind the ‘staff only’ door . I was embarrassed and said so to my husband. We left and I was placing my bag in the car when Stewart appeared smoking a cigarette outside. He began talking about walks and started making his way towards our dog, who again leaped up. I understand this maybe a shock to some people however Stewart acted in the most appalling way and smacked her around the head, telling her to get down. My husband shouted at him wanting to know why he had hit her and he said you have to give them some of that, show them who’s boss and raised his hand in the air as if to hit her again. I shouted to him that it is a husky greeting and she is friendly with everyone she meets. We were understandably upset and in shock. I couldn’t believe anyone could do that to a dog, let alone one with one eye who had shown no aggression whatsoever. We walked into the centre and Katherine who appeared on a bicycle. Silly me, I thought she was coming to apologise! But no, she was there to tell us all about how we needed educating about our dog (who we’ve had for 6 years) and that we would be in serious trouble if she jumped up a child. Well Katherine, I would like to inform you that 99% of people including children ask before they approach a dog and I ALWAYS say she is friendly but may jump up. She absolutely adores children and has never shown an aggressive tendencies EVER. You continued to tell us how you were concerned for our wellbeing. The only person that put us in an awkward position was...

Stephen User Profile
July 2017
Great place to stay exactly as described, we were here for one night whilst walking the South West Coastal Path

Caren User Profile
July 2017
A very kind and friendly welcome, all needs met.

Combe Martin, United KingdomJoined in September 2013
Katherine User ProfileKatherine is a superhost.
Welcome! I am a fan of Yoga, Good Health and Happiness. I really like people & travellers. I run Cranleigh House with my partner Stewart Johnston. We like to make sure that our guests are comfortable and well cared for. Stewart and I are both Yoga teachers and health practition…
Languages: Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour

The neighbourhood

Similar listings