Gourmet food and drink from around the South West in the heart of Lynton’s Old Town.
Top tips from the Lyn Valley Dog House for bringing your dog to Lynton & Lynmouth
Lynmouth is a fascinating coastal village steeped in history. A day out in North Devon isn’t complete without visiting these must-see attractions. Here’s our top ten things to do in Lynmouth.
Badgworthy: Blackmore’s landscape, the landscape of the medieval farmers, the elusive sanctuary of the hermits of Badgworthy.
Rising some 600 feet above the Bristol Channel, the cliffs of Castle Rock and Rugged Jack in the Valley of Rocks evoke wilderness and romance.
The dramatic nature of the Valley of Rocks in Lynton & Lynmouth has attracted writers and visitors for centuries to Devon’s North Coast.
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Julian Gurney is lucky enough to see three lighthouses lighting up the coast from his home on the Exmoor coast of North Devon.