North Walk House
AddressNorth Walk LyntonSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Stripped wooden floors, stripy bedspreads and colourful rugs give North Walk House a gently funky feel. The views over the sea and rugged cliffs are fantastic, while the all-organic breakfasts feature Exmoor bacon and sausages, and Aga-baked eggs.
Our independent authors have visited North Walk House and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Lynton & Lynmouth.
Description provided by property
Overlooking the sea, the North Walk House is situated on the cliff above Lynmouth Bay. The rooms and garden terrace have ocean views stretching towards South Wales, Exmoor, and Foreland Point. This peaceful country house is also located along the South West Coastal Path.
With a king-size bed, each room includes Egyptian cotton bedlinen, a flat-screen TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite bathrooms have a hairdryer and bathrobes.
In the mornings, North Walk House offers organic breakfast. The menu includes a range of locally sourced options. Evening dinner is served 5 nights a week and options include meat, fish, and vegetarian meals with seasonal vegetables, followed by homemade puddings.
North Walk House is just 8 minutes' walk from the village of Lynton and Lynmouth is also within a 15-minute stroll. Guests can climb through the large garden, onto Hollerday Hill. Here, they can enjoy views down to the Valley of Rocks.
Please be aware that there is a dog on the premises.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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