The villages of Lynton and Lynmouth are located in the Exmoor National Park The area, embraced as it is by the Exmoor hills, was named "Little Switzerland" by the Victorians. Lynmouth and Lynton are linked by a water-powered cliff railway.
Leaving the shops, tearooms and cafes of Lynton behind, you will find the Valley of Rocks. This is a place of strange haunting beauty: the home of buzzards and wild but docile goats. In town, you will find the museum and the unusual and magnificent Town Hall.
Beneath Lynton lies Lynmouth with its quaint fishermen's cottages. There is a putting green and tennis courts. One can saunter by the sea and spoil oneself with a cream tea.
We run coastal and wildlife cruises from
Ilfracombe with our new boat which can carry up to 100 passengers.
The Ilfracombe Princess
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