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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 North Walk, which also forms part of The South West Coast Path, overlooking Lynmouth Bay with its stunning headland, the beautiful Watersmeet Valley, and is just a 200 metre walk to Lynton.
We have free parking, 11 ensuite bedrooms, all boasting stunning sea views with comfortable beds, flat screen TV's with DVD players (a selection of DVD's are available) and facilities for making hot drinks. We also have a beautiful self catering penthouse with 2 ensuite king size beds and the best views from the hotel. We can accommodate large walking groups, children are very welcome, as are dogs (extra charges apply). We have a designated drying room, provide free Wi-Fi throughout and offer safe gun storage.
Local activities include horse riding, tennis, mini golf, clay pigeon shooting or enjoy a film in the town cinema. We are ideally situated for exploring the beautiful coastline, Exmoor National Park, and the remarkable Valley of the Rocks is just a mile walk away. Here you can spot the famous resident goats along the cliff ledges and in the summer months watch a game of local cricket at our unique ground within the Valley.
The famous Cliff Railway linking Lynton and Lynmouth passes within a few feet of the hotel, it is the world’s highest and steepest completely water powered railway which can be easily accessed via the hotel’s stepped garden. Experience a ride on the railway or join the many on the bridge outside the hotel to wave to passing passengers.
Just 10 minutes drive away is Woody Bay Railway Station, where you can jump on a train for an invigorating ride, the extension plan is to bring the track right to Lynton!
After a day spent exploring, enjoy a meal in our dining room where we have a well stocked bar, coffee machine and doors opening onto the terrace. There is plentiful seating on the terrace overlooking the bay, with cosy blankets for those cooler evenings, where you can enjoy a drink whilst taking in the magnificent sea and coastal views.
Alternatively why not relax with a drink in the lounge, which has a welcoming log fire in the colder months. We welcome guests to borrow a novel, play a board game, tackle the hotel puzzle or enjoy a card game or two.