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Lynton and Lynmouth • Dates • Guests

Lynton and Lynmouth Cottages

37 properties found

Lynmouth, Devon

28 Watersmeet

2112

Our grading

7 nights

£363 - £804

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Lynton, Devon

Stone Cottage Lynton

5321

Our grading

7 nights

£426 - £1,614

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Lynton, Devon

Lynhurst

221095

Our grading

7 nights

£2,693 - £7,604

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Combe Martin, Devon

Birdsong Barn

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£483 - £1,109

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Berrynarbor, Exmoor

Moules Farm - The Old Dogs House

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£400 - £1,194

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Exmoor, Devon

Exmoor Hideaway

2112

Our grading

7 nights

£435 - £800

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Combe Martin (6mls SE), Devon

The Retreat At Smythapark

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£450 - £874

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Combe Martin (3mls E), Exmoor

Little Dean

3212

Our grading

7 nights

£362 - £1,013

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Combe Martin 5.8mls, Devon

The Old Rectory Cottage

3213

Our grading

7 nights

£605 - £1,559

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South Molton (7.4mls SE), Devon

Postbox Retreat

421

Our grading

7 nights

£403 - £1,120

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Combe Martin, Exmoor

Holdstone Cottage

421

Our grading

7 nights

£462 - £742

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Exmoor, Devon

Old Dairy Barn - Challacombe

4222

Our grading

7 nights

£458 - £1,352

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Holiday cottages & self-catering accommodation in Lynton & Lynmouth, Devon

Stay at a Lynton and Lynmouth cottage, we have self-catering accommodation in both towns and in the wider North Devon area.

The two towns of Lynton and Lynmouthin North Devon have a rich history and with attractions such as their famous funicular railway, the water-powered train joining the two towns via a steep cliff face, which is a trip that should be taken during any holiday in Devon.

This area has stunning scenery like the neighbouring Valley of the Rocks, a fabulous rocky formation, displaying the diversity of Exmoor and the North Devon coast and the dramatic walk along the South West Coast Path.

Lynton and Lynmouth are twin towns located on the North Devon coastline. Lynton with its high vantage point on the cliffs and Lynmouth situated below in the mouth of the River Lyn. These small rural towns are joined by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.

Things to do

The two towns, although small, are very popular holiday destinations in North Devon. With attractions such as the Lyn and Exmoor Museum, the stunning Watersmeet tourist information centre and the beautiful Valley of Rocks you will be kept busy during on your Devon holiday

For those interested in the historical side of the towns you will not be disappointed. The Lyn and Exmoor Museum is a small but charming museum, filled with collections from the regions past; from original pictures of the Lynmouth Flood to maritime and railway history collections. The museum is located in Lynton in the oldest house in the town, having survived the wars.

It's also the perfect location for heading along the coast for some more site seeing. With Croyde, Minehead and Ilfracombe on your doorstep you have plenty of places to visit. Further afield you can head along the coast to see the rest of North Devon and the family attractions that the county has on offer.

For a more active holiday you can take a trip over to the Valley of the Rocks and spend the day walking through the valley admiring the magical scenery. Seen on TV programmes such as Top Gear the back drop is a popular location for filming in the area as it is a view to admire.

For more ideas on what to do when you get to the area you can head over to Watersmeet and spend the day in the National Trust property. Stroll around their 2,000 acres of rich woodlands and serene rivers in Lynmouth. With some really amazing views and a haven for wildlife in the area you will be stunned by what the house has to offer.

The water-powered funicular railway joined the towns to help with the hard job of getting supplies from Lynmouth to Lynton without having to tire horses and man power getting the supplies up the hill.

Explore dog-friendly Devon at our dog-friendly Lynton & Lynmouth cottages

Our range of dog-friendly cottages mean you don't have to leave your four-legged chum at home or in a kennel when you set out for your North Devon holiday to Lynton and Lynmouth.

Enjoy the ultimate getaway at our luxury cottages in Lynton and Lynmouth

Our collection of self-catering cottages to rent in Lynton and Lynmouth place you at the heart of Exmoor. View our range of Lynton and Lynmouth holiday cottages today.