Discover Lynton & Lynmouth
Welcome to Lynton & Lynmouth
Our picturesque villages are situated on the spectacular North Devon coast in one of England's last remaining tranquil areas, Exmoor.
We invite you to explore and discover what makes North Devon & Exmoor so special. There is nowhere else like it: stunning scenery; magnificent wildlife; views to remember forever; unique local characters; delicious local food and genuine hospitality.
Picturesque Lynmouth provides a romantic escape from modern living with its rows of charming fishing cottages and shops that cluster around the pretty harbour of gently bobbing boats. Lynton perched high above is a vibrant Victorian village retaining a quaint mix of times present and times past.
We welcome you to enjoy our collection of great shops, the excellent places to eat and places to stay to help you enjoy your stay.
Butterflies, Birds and Goats
Sunday, 5 July 2020
July, the month we welcome our visitors back. The Spring and early Summer has been mostly warm and s…
Lynmouth: Hilary Bradt
Wednesday, 1 July 2020
It really does have everything, and all within walking distance: a pretty seaside village, a cliff railway, a…
National Cream Tea Day
Monday, 22 June 2020
When it comes to enjoying a British cream tea there is no better place than Devon - home of the delicious …
Explore North Devon & Exmoor
Start your journey where Exmoor meets the sea
Here, on the coast of the Exmoor National Park in North Devon, you'll find the perfect destination for a magical English holiday, vacation or short break... where you can get away from everything!How to get here Attractions
We will help you get the best out of your holiday in Lynton and Lynmouth. Let us be your one-stop-guide on where to stay, places to find the best local produce, food and drink plus ideas on what to see and do and local festivals and events happening around Exmoor.
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The History of Little Switzerland
The small, unspoilt towns of Lynton and Lynmouth are situated on the northern edge of the Exmoor coast.
Lynton stands some 450ft above its sister village of Lynmouth and in the 18th and 19th Centuries inspired Romantic poets and authors and became a popular tourist resort owing much of it development to the wealthy publisher, Sir George Newnes.
Sir Georges' involvement saw many of the towns top attractions built, such as the water-powered Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway, the fascinating Town Hall and the narrow-gauge Lynton & Barnstaple Steam Railway at Woody Bay.
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