Martinhoe

Martinhoe is a cliff-top village with all the panoramic possibilities that provides, and the prospect of coves and beaches down below. An area popular with walkers and with climbers... Read More

Hotels in Martinhoe - 3 places to stay

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Heddons Gate Hotel

Heddons Gate Hotel

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On the steep slopes of the magnificently wooded Heddon Valley, hidden in a spectacular setting at the end of a quarter-mile private drive, you ... More

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Old Rectory Hotel

Old Rectory Hotel
An intimate relaxed and civilised boutique country house hotel situated on the Exmoor National Park coast in unspoilt North Devon. Come and enjoy some luxury in stunning scenery, wonderful peace and quiet, great local food ... More | visit website

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Hunters Inn (0.86 miles)

Hunters Inn
The Hunters' Inn has immense charm and character and holds pride of place in the stunning Heddon Valley, an ideal base from which to explore the wild beauty of Exmoor and the North Devon coastline. ... More | visit website
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Moorlands (1.96 miles)

Moorlands
Discover Exmoor at Moorlands - where countryside and comfort combine ...

MOORLANDS was built in the late 19th Century to provide shelter for travelers on the old Lynton to Barnstaple railway. In recent ... More | visit website
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The Denes Guest House (2.98 miles)

The Denes Guest House
The Denes is a licensed guesthouse situated in Lynton. Lynton and its twin village, Lynmouth, are enveloped within the Exmoor National Park and occupy an area of outstanding natural and coastal scenery. The Denes itself ... More | visit website
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Gable Lodge Guest House (3.12 miles)

Gable Lodge Guest House
Anne, Dave and Rebecca would like to welcome you to Gable Lodge, Lynton, a family run guest house offering family friendly bed and breakfast accommodation with evening meals available on request.
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Lee House (3.18 miles)

Lee House
Lee House is an attractive Victorian residence offering ˜Boutique Hotel' style guest house accommodation at affordable Bed and Breakfast prices. Our sunny South-facing home is situated in a quiet yet convenient part of Lynton, ... More | visit website
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North Cliff Hotel (3.20 miles)

North Cliff Hotel

The North Cliff Hotel, standing in its own grounds, has some of the finest views of the North Devon coastline. It is in a peaceful position some 500 feet above sea level on the well ... More | visit website

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Highcliffe House (3.26 miles)

Highcliffe House
Originally built in the 1870's as a gentleman's summer residence, Highcliffe House, is now a beautifully restored guest house. Standing in its own grounds approximately 500ft above sea level, it commands stunning views of the ... More | visit website
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Valley of Rocks Hotel (3.29 miles)

Valley of Rocks Hotel
Ragged Jack, Devil's Cheesewring and Castle Rock are a selection of strange rock formations which form the Valley of the Rocks after which our hotel in Lynton is named. The valley is a pleasant walk ... More | visit website
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Sinai House (3.31 miles)

Sinai House
This delightful hotel enjoys stunning views over Exmoor and the sea. Decorated to a high standard by the friendly owners. Sinai House is a privately owned Victorian house built in 1860 as a gentlemen’s residence ... More | visit website
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Pine Lodge Guest house (3.31 miles)

Pine Lodge Guest house
We provide bed and breakfast with an evening meal on request. Our breakfast ranges from full English with a selection of fresh fruits and cereals plus catering for dietary needs when informed. Our fully licensed ... More | visit website

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