“The Walker” has been installed where the Coleridge Way, Two Moors Way, South West Coast Path, and Tarka Trail meet.
There is a special place in the heart of Lynton & Lynmouth for the HRH Prince Philip. The Duke of Edinburgh visited in 1952 and 2002.
Celebrate Devon Day on 4th June each year.
A Lynmouth icon, and essential for a selfie background.
Ferocious winds battered the Exmoor coast driving the Forrest Hall perilously towards the rocks.
Rising above Lynton is the beautiful Hollerday Hill.
Lynmouth suffered one of the worst floods in English history.
A fascinating history dating back hundreds of years.
Flood Devastates Devon Village Friday 15th August 1952 Lynmouth is surrounded by stunning natural beauty but in 1952 it also experienced the awesome destructive power of nature. On August 15th there had been 12 days of above average rainfall when a thunderstorm dropped a further 9 inches (230mm) of rain in just over 24 hours.…
George loved to visit the villages and was the area’s greatest benefactor in the latter half of the 19th century. His wealth, energy and enthusiasm helped transform the villages into a popular Victorian tourist destination and his patronage provided the outstanding town hall, Congregational church building and cliff railway. He was born in Matlock Bath,…