Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Keep our visitors and community safe.

UK COVID Lockdown

Lynton & Lynmouth will be opening soon…

The next stage of the Government roadmap to lifting Covid restrictions will start from Monday 12th April.

Members of the same household can take a holiday in England in self-contained accommodation. Restaurants and pubs are allowed to serve food and alcohol to customers sitting outdoors. All shops will be allowed to open, as well as hairdressers, beauty salons and other close-contact services. Gyms and spas can reopen, as can zoos, theme parks, libraries and community centres. Non-essential journeys between England and Wales are allowed.

It is essential to wear your face coverings and remain socially distanced. Be aware that services may be restricted or reduced, so plan ahead.

Despite the disruptions to all our lives caused by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, businesses in Lynton & Lynmouth are doing their best to return to normal.

We would like to make you aware of some of the changes, adaptations and safety measures that are in place to protect you during your stay and also help you get the most from your visit during these challenging times.

Covid Secure

Many of our hospitality businesses have put in place additional measures to ensure they are working within the COVID-19 guidelines.

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Both the AA COVID-19 Confident and Visit Britain Good To Go schemes require hospitality establishments to pass stringent criteria.

  • Additional cleaning measures

    Businesses are taking extra precautions to keep you safe which takes more time.

  • Wear a mask

    You need to wear a mask when entering our shops or travelling on public transport, and the Cliff Railway.

  • Keep your distance

    Make space for others and avoid crowding. Take notice of street signs and one-way routes.

  • Sanitising stations

    Shops & Eateries will ask you to sanitise your hands upon entering. Please respect this.

  • Expect some delays

    Please be patient as some businesses have reduced staff.

If you become unwell

Call 111 and stay indoors

If you fall ill or suspect you have coronavirus symptoms during your stay, notify your accommodation provider immediately and stay in your room.

Help control the virus

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The Cliff Railway

The Cliff Railway will be open
from 12th April.

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Dining Out & Shopping

Most of our shops will be
open from 12th April.

Pubs, cafes and restaurants will be serving food outside only.

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Visiting Attactions

North Devon & Exmoor’s attractions may be opening from 12th April.

More updates will be coming soon.