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Seawood Hotel
Northwalk
Lynton
Devon

EX35 6HJ | View map
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The Seawood Hotel is a magnificent Victorian House situated on North Walk; away from it all; but close to the heart of Lynton. We have 12 individually designed bedrooms all with stylish facilities and unrivalled; stunning views towards the sea and Countisbury Headland. With a magnificent dining room; lounge and bar serving great cuisine you will find the Seawood is exclusive to Lynton and the perfect base for exploring Exmoor.Being a family-owned and run Hotel we offer unpretentious service making you feel relaxed unhurried and a little pampered. The atmosphere is one of comfort and elegance in a building rich in historical interest.Our wonderful location gives you the opportunity of stepping onto Exmoor; boarding the unique Cliff Railway or visiting some of the many attractions the area has to offer. Or just take time out and relax in the tranquillity of our gardens; enjoy a drink on the terrace. We take great pride in our service and at every stage we try to provide the extra care; personal attention and friendly atmosphere that so often completes the perfect break.I hope to welcome you to Lynton & Lynmouth; but more especially to join us at the Seawood Hotel. For your maximum convenience car parking is available within the hotel grounds.

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