We are now booking dates for Winter guests, and we are desirous of entertaining a happy and bright household during the Winter.
The Winter climate of Ilfracombe is preeminently the warmest and balmiest in England, and "Brygoleu” is so situated as to secure the greatest possible amount of sunshine from sunrise to sunset. It is an ideal place for those who cannot stand damp or fog. A young Doctor who stayed at “Bryngoleu" last Winter writes in the Visitors’ Book—"l much regret having to leave ‘Bryngoleu’ for my stay has been the most enjoyable Winter holiday I have yet had. Winter was not in Ilfracombe, a feeling of Spring was everywhere instead."
The house is beautifully situated on an eminence commanding magnificent views of the surrounding country, the Torrs, and Bristol Channel, and is within a few minutes’ walk of the Beaches and Capstone Parade.
We can assure intending guests that we will do all in our power to render their visit a very happy one.
Lily L. Allen
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