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LYNTON AND LYNMOUTH HOLIDAYS

A valley of rocks, a cliff railway and breathtaking scenery

Visit Lynton and Lynmouth

Set on the northern edge of Exmoor, with views overlooking the Bristol Channel to Wales, the twin resorts of Lynton and Lynmouth is where the moorland meets the sea. Widely known as “Little Switzerland”, the unequalled scenery is breathtaking, offering a unique experience for everyone. From the wild and rugged Valley of Rocks down to the picturesque harbour, there’s much to enjoy here on a Devon holiday.

Lynton and Lynmouth Cottages

Our Lynton and Lynmouth holiday cottages make perfect bases to explore Devon from. We’ve a great choice of accommodation in the area, including properties offering delightful panoramic sea views.

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Exmoor Cottages

If you’re looking for accommodation to complement your visit to the area, our Exmoor holiday cottages provide the perfect base. We have a range of options from large family-friendly houses to cosy cottages.

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The insider’s guide to Devon

Our insider’s guide to Devon is packed with top tips that only the locals will know because, well, we’re local! Our team have lived in, worked in and loved Devon for years, meaning we’re experts when it comes to all you need to know about our beloved county. So sit back and let us intrigue you with enthralling information, leading you to write a whole new Bucket List dedicated to the county of Devon.

The countdown to Christmas in Devon

As children all over the country open their advent calendars, we’ve decided to create our very own Stay In Devon calendar of Christmas events, which hands out something even better than chocolate. We’ve picked out 25 family-friendly festive events in Devon, one for each day in the run-up to Christmas – because there's no greater gift than spending quality time together at this special time of year.

A dramatic coastline

The Lynton and Lynmouth coastline is as unique as it is dramatic. The steep cliff upon which Lynton stands high, falling sharply to the shingle beach and harbour of Lynmouth below. The East and West Lyn Rivers tumble through the wooded valley as waterfalls, meeting on the rocky shore before ambling out to sea.

The two destinations are linked by both a steep road and the sensational Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, which dates back to Victorian times. There are plenty of shops, a historic cinema, restaurants and pubs, including The Rising Sun in Lynmouth which has terrific harbour views.

The ancient Valley of Rocks, where wild goats roam craggy cliffs overlooking the sea, is a must-visit, as is nearby Woody Bay, accessed by a winding track which is well worth the walk down.

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