St. Vincent Guest House
You can spend a relaxing and peaceful break in the heart of the Exmoor National Park, or simply as an overnight stop off if you are walking or cycling. We are just two minutes away from the Lynton–Lynmouth part of the South West Coast Path, the Coleridge Way and the Tarka Trail (cycle and walking). We also have free fibre optic broadband.
Completed in 1834 in the oldest part of Lynton, this beautiful Georgian house was originally called St Vincent Villa and was a modest family home, built by master mariner Thomas Geen who named the house after his ship. Many of the original characteristics are still present including the central feature of the house – the impressive regency staircase, beautiful open fireplaces, the servants’ garret rooms at the top of the house, flagstone and wooden floors, meat hooks hanging from the pantry ceiling, the outbuildings and the original iron railings at the front and back, which seemed to have escaped the call in the First and Second World Wars for iron for munitions.
- Central Lynton
- En suite rooms
- Free Wifi
- Ground Floor Room
Owners: Emma Anderson & Michael Webster
Telephone: 01598 752 720
Address: Market Street,, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6AF