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B and Bs in Lynmouth

Bath Hotel
Harbourside
Lynmouth Street

Lynmouth
Devon

EX35 6EL | View map

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The Bath Hotel - superb location, relaxed atmosphere and quality service at competitive prices. Situated in the heart of the village directly opposite the Lynmouth Harbour and the Lyn River.

The Bath Hotel offers comfortable accommodation, a varied menu and interesting wine list. Dinner for those guests booked on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis consists of a 4 course meal in the dinning room, chosen from the menu. The Bath Hotel has 22 bedrooms in total, all en suite and with tea/coffee making facilities, clock radio alarms, colour television, direct dial telephone and hairdryers. The hotel is situated over 3 floors and does not have a lift so should you wish to make a reservation please note that it is not suitable for anybody with difficulties in climbing stairs. The Bath Hotel has a large dining room that can comfortably seat up to 50 guests, the Galley Coffee Shop, a residents only lounge and bar area as well as a public bar where guests can enjoy darts, pool or just a chat with the locals. In the summer guests may enjoy the use of the outdoor heated swimming pool at our sister hotel just minutes up the road. Tennis and miniature golf are available across the road during the summer and for bowls enthusiasts the Lynton Bowling Club is always happy to welcome day visitors.

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