Lynton is Lynmouth’s bigger cliff-top neighbour, the two (collectively to Victorians ‘Little Switzerland’) joined by the wonderful cliff railway. South of the town – which has plenty of shops and eateries – is Exmoor... Read More

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North Cliff Hotel

North Cliff Hotel

The North Cliff Hotel, standing in its own grounds, has some of the finest views of the North Devon coastline. It is in a peaceful position some 500 feet above sea level on the well ... More | Double Room: £42 | visit website

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Castle Hill Guest House

Castle Hill Guest House
Alistair & Emma Mundell welcome you to Castle Hill Guest House, an imposing Victorian property situated in the picturesque village of Lynton. We have a combination of double, twin and family rooms. All rooms have en-suite facilities with ... More | Double Room: £26 - £35 | visit website
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North Walk House

North Walk House
A Bespoke AA4 Star Highly Commended Guest Accommodation On The South West Coastal Path For Fine Dining And Walking. Serving AA award winning local Organic food The Property has undergone major refurbishment over the past ... More | Double Room: From £43 | visit website
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Chough's Nest Hotel

Nestled high above Lynmouth, on the breathtaking North Devon coast, sits Chough's Nest Hotel. Formerly a Victorian gentleman's residence, this family-run retreat offers you complete tranquillity and quite possibly the best views in Lynton. ... More | visit website

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