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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. 

Cliff Railway

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

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.

Woody Bay - part of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway

Woody Bay - part of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway

Originally opened in 1898, and closed in 1935; what you can see today at Woody Bay is just the beginning of an exciting project to rebuild one of the world's most famous and picturesque narrow gauge railways; the legendary Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. A lovely few hours out with delicious teas.

Lynton Cinema

Lynton Cinema

While you are visiting Lynton & Lynmouth and Exmoor why not come and enjoy a recently released film in the comfort of our award winning cinema.  Unlike the large impersonal multiplexes the Lynton Cinema prides it's self on a more personal experience, bookings can be made over the telephone 01598 753397 or for those who prefer online reservations, book here.

Lyn and Exmoor Museum

Lyn and Exmoor Museum

We are right next to this charming museum - well worth a visit and proof that small is indeed beautiful. You can find more details here. It has collections of agricultural and domestic tools from Lynton and Exmoor as well as maritime, railway, and natural history, unique pictures of the Lynmouth Flood, and a Victorian dolls' house. The museum and is housed in Lynton's oldest surviving domestic dwelling, it even includes its own ghost!

Lynmouth Flood Memorial Hall

Lynmouth Flood Memorial Hall

Opposite Lynmouth Harbour is the Flood Memorial Hall. The permanent free exhibition inside includes a scale model of the village pre-flood, along with images of the buildings which were destroyed and how to identify their sites. There are many personal accounts, photos, as well as material on the recent theory that it may have been the result of cloud-seeding experiments by the military. You can see a Pathe news film about the disaster here

Places to eat in Lynton

The Crown                                          01598 752253    

The Oak Room                                   01598 753838   

Nartnapa Thai / Cottage Inn           01598 753496 

Fat Belly Yoshi                                    07845 185650    

Vanilla Pod                                         01598 753706    

Fishbone Grill                                     01598 752101    

Places to eat in Lynton

The Cracker Barrel                           01598 753400

Lynton Fish Bar                                 07961 744056    

The Queens                                       01598 752075

Charlie Fridays                                  07544 123324             

Places to eat in Lynmouth

7 the Bistro                                         01598 752159    

The Rising Sun                                    01598 753223    

Ancient Mariner /Bath Hotel           01598 752238    

Esplanade Fish Bar                                                         

The Pavillion Dining Room               01598 753484    

The Village Inn                                    01598 752354    

Eateries Further Afield

Fox & Goose                                      01598 763239    

Beggars Roost                                    01598 753 645   

Hunters Inn                                        01598 763230    

Staghunters Inn                                 01598 741222    

Rockford Inn                                      01598 741214    

Blue Ball Inn                                       01598 741263    

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