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Lynton & Exmoor

 

Valley of Rocks, Lynton
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Spend time in Lynton - 'the Little Switzerland of England'
    • Admire the scenery on a scenic drive thorugh Exmoor National Park
    • Take a ride on the Woody Bay Railway
    • Entertainment on most evenings

    From your lovely hotel in Lynton which is nestled by the coast within the Exmoor National Park, you can explore some of Devon's most popular destinations and attractions. Explore Lynmouth, enjoy a scenic drive through Exmoor National Park, and take a ride on the wonderful Woody Bay Railway. You'll also enjoy fantastic entertainment in your hotel each evening.

    Great for:

    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Walking


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  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Valley of Rocks Hotel

    • Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
    Ragged Jack, Devil's Cheesewring and Castle Rock are a selection of strange rock formations which form the Valley of the Rocks after which our hotel in Lynton is named. The valley is a pleasant walk from the hotel in Lynton which is perched high on the cliff top above the fishing village of Lynmouth. The hotel is situated on the main street, commanding panoramic views of the bay from its sloping gardens. Named ‘Little Switzerland of England’ by the Victorians, the lovely cliff top village of Lynton is Devon at its very best! Abundant in Victorian architecture, art and craft shops and quaint tearooms, it boasts magnificent views of the dramatic coastline.
    • The Hotel was built in 1835, and retains some of its original Victorian features
    • Panoramic views of the bay
    • At the hotel there is an impressive atrium in the lounge, where entertainment is provided most evenings
    • The Valley of Rocks Hotel is located in the village of Lynton, which has good local amenities and stunning scenic walks only minutes away
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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Exmoor National Park, Lynmouth
    Exmoor National Park

    Scenic drive through Exmoor National Park calling at Dunster, a village steeped in medieval history with over 200 listed buildings, and popular Minehead.

     

    Lynmouth
    Lynmouth and Woody Bay Railway

    Excursion calling at Lynton’s ‘twin town’ of Lynmouth before continuing on and taking a delightful trip on the Woody Bay Railway through the rolling countryside of North Devon.

    Exmoor National Park, Lynmouth
    Exmoor National Park

    Scenic drive through Exmoor National Park calling at Dunster, a village steeped in medieval history with over 200 listed buildings, and popular Minehead.

     

    Lynmouth
    Lynmouth and Woody Bay Railway

    Excursion calling at Lynton’s ‘twin town’ of Lynmouth before continuing on and taking a delightful trip on the Woody Bay Railway through the rolling countryside of North Devon.

    Exmoor National Park, Lynmouth
    Exmoor National Park

    Scenic drive through Exmoor National Park calling at Dunster, a village steeped in medieval history with over 200 listed buildings, and popular Minehead.

     

    Lynmouth
    Lynmouth and Woody Bay Railway

    Excursion calling at Lynton’s ‘twin town’ of Lynmouth before continuing on and taking a delightful trip on the Woody Bay Railway through the rolling countryside of North Devon.

    Exmoor National Park, Lynmouth
    Exmoor National Park

    Scenic drive through Exmoor National Park calling at Dunster, a village steeped in medieval history with over 200 listed buildings, and popular Minehead.

     

    Lynmouth
    Lynmouth and Woody Bay Railway

    Excursion calling at Lynton’s ‘twin town’ of Lynmouth before continuing on and taking a delightful trip on the Woody Bay Railway through the rolling countryside of North Devon.

 


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What's included

  • Return coach travel
  • Four nights accommodation
  • Traditional full cooked breakfasts
  • Three course evening meals
  • Evening entertainment
  • Two included excursions
Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel

Valley of Rocks Hotel

Ragged Jack, Devil's Cheesewring and Castle Rock are a selection of strange rock formations which form the Valley of the Rocks after which our hotel in Lynton is named.

Learn more about the hotel

Valley of Rocks Hotel

  • Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
  • Valley of Rocks Hotel, Lynton
Ragged Jack, Devil's Cheesewring and Castle Rock are a selection of strange rock formations which form the Valley of the Rocks after which our hotel in Lynton is named. The valley is a pleasant walk from the hotel in Lynton which is perched high on the cliff top above the fishing village of Lynmouth. The hotel is situated on the main street, commanding panoramic views of the bay from its sloping gardens. Named ‘Little Switzerland of England’ by the Victorians, the lovely cliff top village of Lynton is Devon at its very best! Abundant in Victorian architecture, art and craft shops and quaint tearooms, it boasts magnificent views of the dramatic coastline.
  • The Hotel was built in 1835, and retains some of its original Victorian features
  • Panoramic views of the bay
  • At the hotel there is an impressive atrium in the lounge, where entertainment is provided most evenings
  • The Valley of Rocks Hotel is located in the village of Lynton, which has good local amenities and stunning scenic walks only minutes away
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