Lynton is a small town on the Exmoor coast in Devon, England standing on top of the cliffs above the picturesque harbour village of Lynmouth, to which it is connected by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway. Lynton was once the terminus for the narrow-gauge Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, which served both towns.
To find out more about the scheme visit www.walkersarewelcome.org.uk
Starting in the beautiful seaside village of Lynmouth, begins undeniably one of the toughest races of its distance in the UK, but one of the most stunningly scenic courses you will find. Over 2000ft of climbing, yet this part road, trail and footpath route, takes you along coastal paths, wooded riverside banks and fell side slopes - so we look forward to seeing you next year!
Tenemos sobre 90 hoteles, casas de la huésped y cabañas del abastecimiento del uno mismo registradas con nosotros. Cuáles han sido examinados y calificados por un inspector del oeste del sur del turismo, el AA o el RAC. Ésta es su garantía que nuestros miembros mantienen la mayor nivel que nuestros visitantes han venido esperar. Podemos invitarle a que haga su selección y nos entre en contacto con para comprobar en disponibilidad.
Lynton lies on the northern edge of the West Country peninsula in an area of incomparable beauty. Bracken and heather clad the sweeping hills and valleys nestle between these and spectacular cliffs. Rivers wind their way through deeply wooded valleys to the sea, occasionally interrupted by tumbling waterfalls. This is the Exmoor of Lorna Doone, described in the novel by R.D.Blackmore.
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Lynton & Lynmouth are part of a growing network of villages across the UK where Walkers are Welcome. There are now 100 towns and villages nationwide which have joined this scheme to provide visitors and local people with excellent walking opportunites.
There is an electoral ward called Lynton and Lynmouth whose total ward population at the 2011 census was 1.647.
Exmoor National Park has been designated the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe!
Half a mile to the west are the spectacular Valley of Rocks and Wringcliff Bay.
The 2016 event took place on Saturday 9th April 2016 from Martinhoe, the results will be shown on The Endurance Life web site from 10th April, and photographs from 12th April.
From the dramatic and rugged coastline and open moors to secluded river valleys and wooded cleaves, it's amazing to find such a rich and varied landscape within this small, yet outstandingly beautiful corner of England.
Lynton & Lynmouth Walkers are Welcome is funded by the Lyn Community Development Trust.
Het Tourist Information Centre (Bureau voor Toerisme) vindt u in de prachtige en unieke Town Hall, die in het jaar 2000, 100 jaar oud was. We zijn een officieel ‘Networked Infomation Centre’ en worden gesteund door het North Devon Marketing Bureau en South West Tourism. We bieden u een groot aantal diensten aan. U kunt ons bereiken per post, telefoon, fax en E-mail. Bovendien verwelkomen we ieder jaar 100.000 bezoekers
Many of the town's buildings were constructed in the latter part of the 19th century and the early 20th century. The town hall was given to the town by Sir George Newnes, Bart., a major benefactor of the town; it was opened on 15 August 1900. He also gave the town the Congregational church on Lee Road.
Lynton's Cinema has been voted 5th in the Saga top 10 Independent Cinemas in Britian
Information on public transport, accommodation and walking facilities
The South West Coast Path and Tarka Trail pass through, and the Two Moors Way runs from Ivybridge in South Devon to Lynmouth; the Samaritans Way South West runs from Bristol to Lynton and the Coleridge Way from Nether Stowey to Lynmouth.
Ofrecemos una gama de servicios, por correo, de teléfono, del fax, y del E-mail así como dar la bienvenida a 100.000 llamadores personales cada año. Si usted está planeando una visita podemos asistirle para encontrar la comodidad. Esto es un servicio LIBRE. Cuando usted ha decidido donde usted quisiera permanecer, justo denos un anillo para confirmar disponibilidad y para hacer una reservación.
The two communities are governed at local level by Lynton and Lynmouth Town Council.
Lynton and Lynmouth's one stop guide on what to do, accommodation, local events and news in our town on the coast of the Exmoor National Park in North Devon. The perfect destination for a magical English holiday, vacation or short break... where you can get away from everything...
The Valley of Rocks is a dry valley that runs parallel to the coast in north Devon, England, about 1 kilometre (0.6 mi...
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May I recommend Lynton in Devon, one of the wildest audiences of the tour. I've never encountered a place so gloriously divided about goats.
The remarkable Valley of the Rocks, after which the hotel was named, is just over a mile from Lynton. This dry valley is unlike any other on the north coast. Created during the Ice Age, it has spectacular weathered rock formations with names such as The Devil’s Cheesering and Ragged Jack. Wild goats populate the valley can be seen scrambling amongst the rocky outcrops.
The town of Lynton and Lynmouth is twinned with Bénouville in France....
Lynton & Lynmouth provides everything for the enthusiastic walker - top quality accommodation, well-signposted routes, informative maps and walking guides and shops offering outdoor clothes and accessoris as well as excellent public transport links and local amenities.
Vi byr en rekkevidde av tenester, ved post, telefon, faks, og e-post i tillegg til ønskjer 100,000 personlege gjester velkommen kvar år Viss De planlegger en visitt som vi hjelper De finne bustad. Dette er en gratis teneste. Når De bestemt dykk kor De blir, akkurat gir oss en ring sanne tilgang og lager en bestilling
We are proud to be supported by the following organisations, whose hard work help to make Lynton & Lynmouth a walking centre of excellence.
Lynton and Lynmouth offer a unique holiday experience for all, situated on the North Coast of Devon noted for its high sea cliffs, within the Exmoor National Park noted for its breath taking natural beauty and unspoilt landscape. This is a perfect place to access the inner moor, visit historic houses, inspiring gardens, catch glimpses of the majestic red deer and the wild Exmoor ponies.
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Foreland Bothy offers very basic accommodation, however you are rewarded by a fantastic location right on the South West Coast path, treat it like camping but without the tent. This spot is ideal for a night or two for those who want to explore the area on foot. If you want to escape the modern world and all its technology then this could be the place for you.
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Y lawer arall gwasanaethau arlwywn chynhwysa, trwydded wythnosol i'n parcio, trwydded pysgota, dicedi Ynys Lundy, dicedi Cenedlaethol Datgan, hyswiriant dygwyl, ceidw Exmoor Safari a anghyfrif dicedi achos rhyw yn deniadau lleol.
Located on the stunning North Devon coast and surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of Exmoor National Park, it's easy to see the appeal of Lynton & Lynmouth as a top walking holiday destination.
The small rural town of Lynton and coastal village of Lynmouth guarantee an escape to those wishing a complete change ...
Choose from over forty popular walking routes with detailed maps and directions
The British technical modern rock band InMe make semi frequent lyrical references to the Lynton/Lynmouth area in their lyrical material. Lynton is name-checked in "In Loving Memory" on their third album Daydream Anonymous and Lynmouth is name checked in "Saccharine Arcadia" on Phoenix: The Very Best of InMe. Lead singer Dave McPherson also has a song entitled "Sunny Lynton" on his EP Crescent Summer Sessions and refers to Watersmeet on "Waltzing in a Supermarket" on "I Don't Do Requests".