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Once known as the ‘Little Switzerland of England’, Lynton is set in an amazingly beautiful part of the country with colourful heather set against spectacular cliff faces and tumbling waterfalls cascading their way down to the sea.
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Valley of Rocks Hotel
Stay at the heart of a national nature reserve among the amazing scenery of the North Devon coast with views over the harbour and plenty of cafes and shops to enjoy nearby.
The Valley of the Rocks is located in the quaint village of Lynton with a number of independent shops to explore locally. It’s a great place to take in some stunning coastal scenery, being set in Exmoor National Park right on the South West Coast Path which takes in nearby Foreland Point and the Valley of Rocks after which the hotel is named.
The hotel is the perfect place to explore Exmoor national park, a wild landscape with a huge and varied amount of wildlife and unique dark moorland. Take a trail up to one of the park’s many hills where you can see great views over this stunning landscape and out to sea.
In the hotel you can upgrade to a standard plus or superior room, which will not only give you increased space and comfort but also great views over Lynmouth Bay. The restaurant serves sumptuous meals for breakfast and in the evening while midday meals are available in the bar area.
Full Day: West Somerset Railway And Minehead
Excursion travelling across Exmoor to join the West Somerset Railway. Take in the glorious scenery as we gently roll back the years on our journey beside the Quantock Hills. We also enjoy free time in the popular seaside resort of Minehead.
Half Day: Barnstaple
We take an excursion to the attractive market town of Barnstaple, North Devon’s oldest and largest town, nestling in the Taw Valley. Take a walk up to the top of the mount that used to house Barnstaple Castle for a great view of the town and the River Taw winding its way towards the Bristol Channel. Alternatively the town’s museum is free to enter and houses a huge number of interesting items from the history of North Devon.