Open in Lynton for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, serving fresh local produce in a casual and romantic atmosphere, in Lynton’s Old Town.
Lynton's Charming 'Old Town'
Lynton’s Old Town is vibrant and eclectic with nods to its former Victorian heritage and life ever since.
Life in Lynton began in it’s old town long before the Victorian’s claimed it as England’s “Little Switzerland”. You can find out more in the Lyn & Exmoor Museum. The museum is located just off Queens Street near the library. It offers a fascinating glimpse into the bustling, and sometimes murky, past of our gorgeous towns and surrounding area.
The Stag & Hare wall painting, seen in the gallery below, is a wonderful example of artistic freedom in Lynton. This captivating wall painting by local wildlife artist Mick Cawston can be seen between the North Devon Hospice and Logantiques on Queens Street.
EXPLORE QUEENS STREET AND MARKET STREET IN LYNTON.
Looking for great cafés, restaurants and shops?
They’re tucked away in the winding streets of Lynton’s Old Town. Queens Street, affectionately known as ‘Pig Hill’, is just off Lynton’s main Lee Road, leads on to Market Street. These charming old streets are hiding some wonderful secrets; pubs with beer gardens, cafés with outdoor seating, local shops and artisanal treats, even a gym and library … there’s plenty to explore.