... If you value your tourism, love it and show you love it

We are committed to helping promote tourism for the whole Lynton & Lynmouth area to provide a strong and sustainable Visitor Economy.

It is our intention to devise, source and implement ways to promote Lynton & Lynmouth as a go-to destination for families, couples, groups and solo travellers.

Current Projects & Activity

Join the Group

Join the Lyn Valley Business Group and be part of the local business conversation.


Help us promote Lynton & Lynmouth as a go-to destination for travellers.

Meet the Owners

Create your Meet the Owners article and tell our website visitors about your story.

Special Offers

Tell us about Special Offers and Great Deals let us share them with our visitors.

Strive for Excellence

Read our Pillars of Tourism and take inspiration to help your business reach for the skies.

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November 2022 Networking Event

November 2022 Networking Event The aim of this event was to recap discussions from the event held earlier in 2022.


Pre-Christmas Networking Event

Pre-Christmas Networking Event The aim of this event was to reintroduce Visit Lynton & Lynmouth since the closure of the


Accommodation Providers 2018

Accomodation Providers Networking Event The primary aim of this event was to introduce the new Visit Lynton & Lynmouth brand,

Funding the promotion of Lynton & Lynmouth

Finding funds to purchase the various printed initiatives required to promote Lynton & Lynmouth is always a challenge. In fact, it’s the primary reason we need to charge for membership.  Every penny from memberships goes towards promoting Lynton & Lynmouth and the Lyn Valley in either print, online or in person.

You may, or may not, know, that funding is not automatically provided, or offered, by the Lynton & Lynmouth Council or North Devon District Council. And long gone are the days when the tourist industry was funded by the Government in the form of Tourist Information Centres. As each year passes, the UK’s visitor destinations are faced with challenges of self-funding, if they wish to sustain their visitor economy. Wherever possible additional funding and support is sought from; larger local tourism businesses, available government funds or localised fund-raising activities. 

Click the link below to view the working spreadsheet for the associated estimated costs of active tourism-related projects. 

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