Mortehoe Village

The National Trust Morte Estate and Woolacombe

St Marys Church Mortehoe North DevonMortehoe is a delightful picturesque village, nestling high above Woolacombe on the rugged North Devon coast. On the seaward side of the village lies Morte Point, with its spectacular views marking the eastern end of Woolacombe Bay. Parts of St Marys Church, just across the road from Town Farmhouse, date back to Norman times. The Cart Linhay building is the base for the Mortehoe Heritage Museum. There are several pubs and restaurants as well as a post office and village shop. For those without a car, there is a bus service.

Walking on the National Trust Morte Estate


The larger village of Woolacombe lies within easy reach of Mortehoe and provides visitors with an extended range of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as its award winning beaches.

National Trust

Mortehoe lies within the National Trusts Morte estate and is the ideal base for exploring the miles of spectacular coastal scenery, as well as the famous South West coast path. The area is a paradise for walkers exploring the clifftops and bays, once the haunt of smugglers and wreckers.


Other points of Interest

There are many other places of interest within easy reach, including Borough Farm with their superb sheep dog and falconry displays.


Mortehoe Village