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Originally built in the 1870's as a gentleman's summer residence, Highcliffe House, is now a beautifully restored guest house. Standing in its own grounds approximately 500ft above sea level, it commands stunning views of the Exmoor hills and coastline, Lynmouth Bay and across the Bristol Channel to South Wales. It is secluded yet only a few minutes walk from Lynton and the famous Cliff Railway. Many lovely walks can be started from the front door and Highcliffe House is a convenient base from which to visit National Trust properties, gardens and for sight-seeing. The house is situated within Exmoor National Park which has a character all of its own and was dubbed "Little Switzerand" by the Victorians. Highcliffe House is run by resident owners Mike & Karen Orchard and guests are assured a warm and friendly welcome, and a relaxing, enjoyable stay.


Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds
ETC 5 Diamonds & Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6
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