North Walk House Lynton, Exmoor, North Devon. EX35 6HJ
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Self Catering at North Walk House

North Walk House is a Victorian House, built in a cliffside location in 1856 for the dowager for the neighbouring grand house, and also included some servants’ quarters, space for the coach and the horses, and of course, the coachman!  It has been operating as guest holiday accommodation from 1890.

The House is situated on the South West Coast Path, on North Walk, just down the cliff road from Lynton or just up the cliff path from Lynmouth.  Each village is within easy walking distance, although do be prepared for the hill in one direction or the other!  The location is stunning with views across the sea from the terrace and most of the rooms.  Guests have easy access to both villages and they offer a range of lovely places to eat, varieties of shops and the walks are very varied from our front door.

In addition to its comfortable bed and breakfast provision, the House also offers two lovely flats, which have been designed to offer self-catering facilities to guests who wish a little more in the way of independence than a B&B offers.  The two flats have both been recently renovated to a high standard and provide comfortable, well thought out accommodation.

The larger of our two flats is the Coachman’s Quarters, which has a king sized double bed but also a very comfortable sofa bed in the sitting room.

The smaller of our two flats is the Garden Studio, which as the name suggests is a studio flat with accommodation laid out in the same large room.

Guests who choose to stay in the self-catering flats, are of course welcome to join others for breakfast and/or dinner in our dining room.  Food is organic and sourced as locally as possible, and prepared on our Aga.  There is a good and varied menu, and a wine list to match the food if you are staying for dinner.

Lynmouth offers a pretty harbour on the Bristol Channel, looking out over to Wales.  There is a lovely walk from there to Watersmeet, the National Trust tearoom in an old hunting and fishing lodge where the East Lyn meets Hoaroak Water and its waterfalls.  Take the water powered cliff railway up to Lynton to browse around the galleries and shops and then explore along to the Valley of Rocks.

If you want to explore further afield, either by foot or by car, there are some glorious long distance footpaths, the South West Coast Path, the Two Moors Way and the Coleridge Way, many shorter local walks exploring the coastline, moors and river valleys of Exmoor and North Devon.

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