What To Do

EXMOOR NATIONAL PARK
If you have never visited the Exmoor National Park and particularly the northern coastline you have missed some of the most magical scenery in Britain: rugged cliffs, open moorland, winding roads, beaches, wild ponies, goats, deer and lots of sheep, masses of birds and other wildlife.
The area is a paradise for walkers – you can do the serious stuff across Exmoor or along the South West Coastal path, or choose a short stroll to the Valley of Rocks or Watersmeet. We guarantee you will find beautiful views wherever you go. 

Our Sunny Patio
Our Sunny Patio
Lynton Town Hall
Lynton Town Hall
The Valley Of Rocks
The Valley Of Rocks
View of Lynmouth Bay
View of Lynmouth Bay
Lynmouth Harbour
Lynmouth Harbour
Cliff Railway
Cliff Railway
Lynton Barnstaple Railway
Lynton Barnstaple Railway
Woody Bay
Woody Bay

WHERE ELSE TO GO?
Besides the walking the area has plenty to offer:

  •    Lynmouth Flood Disaster Exhibition

  •    Glen Lyn Gorge– all about water power & a lovely river walk    

  •    Horse riding Sparhanger 01598 753283    

  •    Art &Craft Centre

  •    Lyn and Exmoor Museum

  •    A unique 70 seater cinema

    (www.lyntoncinema.co.uk)    

  •    Boat trips around the coast from Lynmouth harbour  

  •    Woody Bay Railway (www.lynton-rail.co.uk)    

Further A-Field       

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/arlington-court-and-the-national-trust-carriage-museum   

  • Wildlife Boat trips to Lundy Island      

  • Fantastic surf beaches ½ hr away at Woolacombe and Croyde Bay    

Especially for younger visitors

 

     (www.moorlandmousietrust.org.uk)