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North Cliff Hotel
Lynton
Devon

EX35 6HJ | View map
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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 known marine North Walk overlooking Lynmouth Bay and the beautiful Watersmeet Valley, and a 200 metre walk to Lynton. With car parking facilities on the forecourt.

North Cliff is ideally situated for exploring the coastline and Exmoor National Park. The road in front of the hotel forms part of The South West Coastal Path and the remarkable Valley of the Rocks is a 2-mile walk. The famous water powered Cliff Railway linking Lynton and Lynmouth passes within a few feet of the hotel and is accessed via the stepped garden.

The rooms at the North Cliff Hotel boast some of the best sea views in Lynton, we try to maintain the charm of the Victorian architecture of the North Cliff Hotel whilst providing modern luxuries that our guests deserve.

Children of all ages are very welcome and if you like walking with your dog they are made welcome as well.

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Number of Rooms: 14

Price per Person

Price Includes: B&B
Double: £42
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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
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