Rock House Hotel Guest House
AddressManor Green LynmouthSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Standing alone at the entrance to Lynmouth’s stunning harbour, this picturesque 18th-century building houses en suite accommodation with superb views of the sea, the river or the Lyn Valley. With a unique waterside location, the Rock House is situated in Lynmouth, one of North Devon's most picturesque villages. Lynmouth lies at the mouth of the Lyn River, with Exmoor and the town of Lynton towering above. The village is surrounded by the stunning scenery and the natural beauty of the Exmoor National Park. In Victorian times, Lynton and Lynmouth were fondly known as Little Switzerland. The Rock House makes a great base from which to explore the region’s great walks; along the rugged North Devon coastal path; through woodlands alongside the Lyn River or across the rolling moorlands of Lorna Doone country. Free private parking is possible on site. Every room is en suite and has central heating. Each room has a TV, a hairdryer, an alarm clock and tea/coffee making facilities. All of the rooms are attractive and furnished to a high standard. Some rooms have four-poster beds. All rooms have superb views of the sea, the river or the Lyn Valley. The candlelit harbour-side restaurant has wonderful views of the sea and offers intimate dining, complemented by a selection of fine wines. The fully licensed bar overlooks the hotel’s picturesque garden, where lunches or cream teas can be enjoyed in fine weather.
Deposits are non-refundable but held over for 12 months against another booking.
Pets are allowed on request but must be arranged with the hotel in advance, as not all rooms are suitable.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Free WiFi
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