Highcliffe House

Bed and Breakfast in Lynton, Devon

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Sinai Hill
Lynton
Devon
England
EX35 6AR

Highcliffe House, Lynton

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Highcliffe House is an elegant and romantic five star Victorian Bed & Breakfast situated on the coast of Exmoor with stunning sea views from every room. Modern facilities with private parking on site.

Highcliffe House is an award winning, AA & Visit Britain five star Exmoor Bed & Breakfast providing elegant and romantic ensuite luxury accommodation within Exmoor National Park. Originally built as a Victorian summer residence with high ceilings and many original features, each individually designed room has stunning sea views to take your breath away. The house has been subject to an ongoing major refurbishment project since 2005 and is situated in an acre of garden and woodland overlooking and within a short walking distance of Lynton and Lynmouth.

We offer an oasis of calm exclusively for adults to relax and unwind whilst discovering the magnificence of Exmoor with its high sea cliffs and steeply wooded valleys and waterfalls. An ideal escape for a romantic weekend or walking break, we are situated within a five minute walk of the South West Coastal Path. On arrival you can choose to enjoy with our compliments an afternoon Devon cream tea with home made scones and clotted cream or if you arrive a little later a drink from the bar to welcome you.

Enjoy an award winning cooked breakfast made with locally sourced produce whilst sitting in our conservatory breakfast room with stunning panoramic views of the Exmoor hills and coastline. Choose from a buffet of organic cereals, fresh fruit and juices plus homemade bread. We have ample free car parking on site and internet access.

Highcliffe House is exclusively for adults and is a completely non smoking property.

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From: £90.00

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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