This picturesque village is situated in a deep combe, heavily wooded in places. The small rocky cove with its many rockpools and small sandy beach remains a tranquil spot even in the height of summer.
Lee is often referred to locally as ‘Fuchsia Valley’ during the flowering season, many of the village hedgerows are ablaze with the scarlet flowers.
There is a pub in the centre of the village where you can get lunch and evening meals, as well as a seasonal Art & Craft Gallery, which as well as selling local crafts and gifts, also sells walking maps, ice-creams, beach goods, etc.