Lynton and Lynmouth Cottages
Situated on the northern edge of Exmoor, the town of Lynton and village of Lynmouth combine to form the perfect destination. The famous cliff railway, remote feel and great location mean holidays in Lynton and Lynmouth are becoming more and more popular, and, with our range of cottages in the area, you really can’t find anywhere better to stay during your holiday in North Devon.
Why visit Lynton and Lynmouth?
The location of Lynton and Lynmouth combined with the historical sites and surrounding area mean this is the perfect place if you want to experience the North Devon coast. While not a typical seaside holiday destination, this place will offer you a taste of the real, naturally beautiful Devon.
Things to do in Lynton and Lynmouth:
The historic water-powered Cliff Railway connecting Lynton above and Lynmouth below should be at the top of your list. That combined with the stunning natural surroundings, offering amazing walking routes, and rugged coastline will leave you with plenty of exploring to do during your stay. Why not explore it with your pet pooch and stay in one of our dog-friendly cottages in Lynton and Lynmouth.
Why stay in a Lynton and Lynmouth cottage?
If you fancy visiting North Devon but aren’t interested in laying on the beach, staying in one of our cottages in Lynton and Lynmouth is a great option. Get away from the hustle and bustle and experience Devon the way it was meant to be seen - natural and beautiful. Stay in one of our luxury Lynton and Lynmouth cottages for the ultimate experience.
Three must see things in Lynton and Lynmouth:
Make sure to take a walk through the incredible Valley of Rocks, a natural rock formation carved out of the cliffs where mountain goats reside
The best way to travel between Lynton and Lynmouth is via the world-famous Victorian Cliff Railway. Hop on board and enjoy the ride looking out over the Bristol Channel
Take a picture perfect walk to Watersmeet, nestled in the valley surrounded by woodland and alongside a peaceful babbling river