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Chough's Nest Hotel
Chough's Nest Hotel
North Walk

Lynton
Devon

EX35 6HJ | View map
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Nestled high above Lynmouth, on the breathtaking North Devon coast, sits Chough's Nest Hotel. Formerly a Victorian gentleman's residence, this family-run retreat offers you complete tranquillity and quite possibly the best views in Lynton. The hotel is a mere five minute walk from the centre of Lynton, which boasts numerous shops and boutiques as well as a local cinema and museum. An ideal base for walkers and cyclists alike, Lynton and Lynmouth allow you to discover a wealth of paths and trails just waiting to be explored. Open all year round - except for Christmas and New Year - Chough's Nest Hotel is a unique starting point from which you can roam the unspoilt scenic Exmoor Hills or the rural market towns of North Devon. Surrounded by the dramatic scenery of Exmoor National Park and stunning sea and coastal views, Chough's Nest Hotel promises to be the perfect place for you to get away from it all. 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 over 25 years. The rugged and wild Exmoor coast, with its breathtaking scenery provides ample opportunity to go walking, cycling, horse riding and fishing. There are many gardens and heritage sites in North Devon as well as local attractions such as the world famous Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway.

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