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St Vincent Hotel, Lynton, Devon

St Vincent Hotel
Castle Hill

EX35 6JA | View map

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Welcome to St. Vincent House Hotel, the Les Routiers Hotel of the year for the south west. This is a small Devon hotel offering you a high level of traditional service and modern comfort in the setting of a charming Grade II listed building. The hotel has comfortable, spacious bedrooms, 6 en-suite, and all rooms are attractively decorated with quality furnishings.

The hotel is conveniently but quietly located in the heart of the Devon village, with a secluded sunny garden where our guests are welcome to relax. Lynton is the ideal location for walking, cycling and touring Exmoor and the magnificent North Devon Coast. We are only 200 yards from the coastal path and the famous cliff railway.

At the hotel restaurant we pride ourselves on our creative cuisine and cater for all dietary needs. You can start with a hearty breakfast and, after a day of touring, relax and enjoy a wonderful meal chosen from the à la Carte menu, served in our elegant restaurant. After dinner, coffee is served in our cosy lounge with an open fire to welcome you on chilly evenings. We also have a wealth of books and maps for you to browse at your leisure.

Our beautiful garden, full of scents, birds and colours, will help you to relax at lunch maybe with a glass of Classic Belgian beer or French wine .

There are many outdoor pursuits to be enjoyed in the area, including river and sea fishing, horse riding, boat trips and bird watching. Also available nearby are tennis, bowls, golf and putting.

Les Routiers Hotel of the Year for the South West


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Les Routiers Hotel of the Year for the South West
B and B of the year 2006 - Visitexmoor
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Double: £ 35.00 to 37.50 pppn
Twin: £32.50 to 35.00 pppn
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome - Over 8 Years
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Throughout house
Open All Year - Closed 1 Jan - 13 Feb
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms

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Sample Menu:

Gratin of Tiger prawns with Belgian gueuze beer, mustard & Gruyere cheese.

Whole king prawns with an opal basil mayo.

Crab cocktail with fresh tomato and saffron

Aubergine fritters, served with a garlic mayo dip.

West country Goat cheese grilled with fresh herbs & served on warm tomato.

Filet mignon of free-range pork, flowers of lavender, caramelised lemon, garlic confit & honey.

Whole Sea Bream cooked simply with rock salt and olive oil

Fish and Shellfish Bouillabaisse with rouille croutons

Exmoor Rib Eye Steak flambéed with French brandy, cream
& green peppercorns

Whole sea bass grilled with Fennel from the garden

Brochette of Exmoor lamb marinated with brown sugar, fresh mint, parsley, cumin & paprika, served with Mediterranean roasted vegetables


Devon vanilla ice cream with Belgian hot chocolate sauce
Catalan crème brûlée
Noir de Noir naughty chocolate marquise
Exmoor blue cheese, grapes and biscuits

We have a selection of classic Belgian beers, & Brandy &Cider from Somerset

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