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Where the Lyn rivers meet is a lovely spot for sketching, just watching the birds and animals or having a cream tea at the National Trust house. A 45 minute walk from Lynmouth takes you through the stunning wooded river valley which is one of the deepest in England. A shorter walk is from the car park on Watersmeet Road. There are beautiful waterfalls and the whole area is a walker's paradise. Approximately how far is this point of interest from your property? 2.6 Miles

Cliff Railway

No family trip to the picturesque towns of Lynton and Lynmouth in North Devon would be complete without a ride on the famous cliff railway. This water-powered funicular railway opened in 1890 and there are amazing views across Lynmouth Bay

Valley of Rocks

.The Valley of the Rocks or The Valley of Rocks is a dry valley that runs parallel to the coast It is a popular tourist destination, noted for its herd of feral goats, and for its geology, having good exposures of the Lynton Beds that are among the oldest Devonian rocks in north Devon and are highly fossiliferous. A description cannot do justice to this place of outstanding natural beauty.

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