- "Stayed at St Vincents Guesthouse for 7 nights with husband, found the owners Emma and Mike very friendly and accommodating to our dog Jacob. Our room was well-maintained and kept fresh throughout. Marvellous breakfast, you could tell there’d been effort put into it! Outer location is also lovely, on a bit of a hill so mobility could be an issue to some. Not anything bothersome though. Overall, 10/10!"
- "Much nicer than other places in the Lynton area I’ve stayed in. Ideal for exploring Exmouth National Park and right by the coast. The staff are pleasant and helpful, the Fernery is set in a quiet location and the room we had was cosy and tastefully decorated. Great breakfasts -would definitely recommend."
- "We were very impressed with our stay. In a superb location and a nice walk into Lynmouth with wonderful views to take in along the way. Our room was well maintained and had everything we required. Breakfast and service was excellent in quality and presentation. No complaints whatever - not even a niggle."
- "A very clean and comfortable Guest House with nice owners. Our room was well furnished and decorated, breakfast was excellent with nice choices, well cooked and presented. There are places to eat close by. We are confident to recommend to others who are looking for a top place to stay in the Lynton area.."
Devon is home to many quaint towns and villages that attract thousands of visitors every year and Lynton is a great example of such a small, welcoming Devonshire town. It can be found on the edge of Exmoor on top of a gorge that overlooks Lynmouth, which is easy to reach via the local railway. There are many shops, old buildings and cafes to visit in the summer months and Lynton offers visitors postcard-perfect sea views.The Parish Church of St Mary is a big attraction in the seaside town and it offers wonderful views out over the sea. There are many hotels close to the 13th century church, as well as a few guest houses & accommodation establishments. Visitors can enjoy a walk along the nearby coastal pathway, while nearby Southcliff Hill is perfect for more avid hikers.
The primary sporting options in Lynton are the watersports, due to the town's close proximity to the sea. Valley trekking is also popular, as are hiking, horse riding and caving in the nearby Exmoor National Park. Exeter is located around 50 miles away and hosts Devon's largest football club, while nearby Ilfracombe is home to the Ilfracombe Rugby Union Club as well as a cricket club.
Lynton's primary industry is tourism, which is driven by visitors' interest in the town's sea views and wide range of accommodation options. Many visitors also come hereon day trips from nearby towns. Locals who are not employed in the tourism sector are usually involved in local agriculture, another important industry in the area.
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