Highbullen Hotel is nestled between Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks, within easy reach of the Devon County Town of Exeter, the Jurassic Coast to the south and the spectacular Atlantic Coast just afew miles to the north. Surrounded by our 18-hole USGA specification golf course, we have a broad range of things to do on site including tennis, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, croquet, fishing, shooting and a fully equipped gym.
The Yeo Dale Hotel is a modern stylish hotel, retaining many original Georgian features. Build in 1807 the Yeo Dale dominates the skyline of the historic village of Pilton in Barnstaple. The currentowners purchased the hotel in 2006 and since that time have been lovingly restoring the hotel aiming to provide good quality and great value accommodation.
This charming Grade II listed house dating back to 1809, the former rectory to the twin churches St Mary's Lynton and St John's Lynmouth, nestles at the heart of the village giving unparalleledpanoramic views over the sea, the harbour, the village and the East Lyn valley. All the sea-facing rooms enjoy magnificent views of where the village and the river meet the sea.
This Grade II listed Georgian Country House Hotel is set on a cliff top, 500 feet above sea level, with panoramic seaviews over Lynmouth Bay. Set within the heart of Exmoor National Park, theaccommodation comprises 16 en suite rooms, and is flexibly arranged to accommodate couples, families or groups of ramblers. All rooms have bath or shower. Our Hotel also has a Residents Lounge & Bar, and Dining room. The Hotel can be booked for use as a private venue, subject to advance notice.
The Bath Hotel has been owned and managed by the same family since 1951 Situated in the heart of the village of Lynmouth on the unspoilt North Devon coast, the Bath Hotel is an ideal starting pointfor scenic walks and dogs are welcome. There is a quieter residents bar, a large public bar with darts and a pool table and the Galley coffee shop which serves a wide selection of drinks and food throughout the day.
The eight times Silver Award winning guesthouse "Ingleside" is situated on the side of Hollerday Hill, overlooking Lynton on the North Devon Coast, within Exmoor National Park, "Where the Moor Meetsthe Sea". We are located in what has become known as the sunniest spot in Lynton and Lynmouth!
Local activities include walking, riding, tennis, and putting, and the North Cliff is ideally situated for exploring the coastline and Exmoor National Park. The road in front of the hotel forms partof The South West Coastal Path and the remarkable Valley of the Rocks is a 2-mile walk. The famous water powered Cliff Railway linking Lynton and Lynmouth passes within a few feet of the hotel and is accessed via the stepped garden.
An award winning 14th Century thatched smugglers inn overlooking a tiny picturesque harbour and Lynmouth Bay with its stunning backdrop of the highest hogback cliffs in England, and situated on theedge of the Exmoor National Park, where herds of deer, wild ponies and birds of prey roam free. The Rising Sun Hotel is steeped in history with oak panelling, crooked ceilings, thick beachstone walls and creaking uneven floorboards.
From the moment you leave the car in our car park and step through the door of the Seawood Hotel, you will be assured of a warm welcome from Russ and Kerinda. Seawood is a beautiful, elegant grade 2listed Victorian house built on the gorgeous North Walk in Lynton. From Lynmouth, the beautiful river walk to Watersmeet is a must for our guests.
Chough's Nest Hotel is owned by John and Rosemary Hodges, who personally run the hotel along with their three eldest daughters, Victoria, Kate and Helen. They have been in the hospitality trade for 30years having previously owned two hotels in Oxfordshire, most notably The Plough at Clanfield. Now in their seventh year at Chough's Nest, the Hodges family look forward to welcoming you and offering you a relaxing break right in the heart of Exmoor.