BBC's lavish, visually exciting and suspenseful production of John Le Carre's The Night Manager featured some equally dramatic locations, including here on our very own Hartland Peninsula.
It sleeps 8, is set in its own secluded valley right beside the sea and can be rented all year long, with prices ranging from £725 per week right up to £1600 in the middle of the high season, though you may be able to get reduced prices for just 2 people sharing or snap up a bargain for a short break out of season.
Hartland Quay with its hotel, Shipwreck Museum and bar and superb cliff scenery, Hartland point and lighthouse, Hartland Abbey and Gardens, St. Nectan’s Church and Docton Mill Gardens are all within walking distance; Clovelly, Welcombe and Morwenstow are nearby. Hartland with its excellent Post Office, Old Bakery Coffee Shop, Pop-In general store, artists, woodworkers and pottery studios is 2 miles away.
Find all the details about Blackpool Mill Cottage here: www.hartlandabbey.com/blackpool-mill. And of course, if this isn't quite the right holiday accommodation for you, choose from glamping pods, cottages, cliffside chalets, converted barns with hot tubs, town houses, campsites and even backpacker's hostels, all wholly within this stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. See this page for all the holiday accommodation, inns, hotels & campsites on the beautiful Hartland Peninsula.