The Denes Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

15 Longmead
Lynton
Devon
England
EX35 6DQ

The Denes Guest House, Lynton

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The Denes is a 4* licensed guest house, situated in Lynton. Enveloped within the Exmoor National Park, it occupyies an area of outstanding natural beauty and coastal scenery.

The Denes is one of 'Devon's Hidden Places' where you can discover the Edwardian charms as our previous guests already have. Sally and John extend their warm and friendly greeting to you whether you are visiting for the first time or are a returning guest. All our rooms at The Denes are either ensuite or with private facilities.

They are complete with hospitality trays, heating and clock radio alarms. The ensuite rooms have additionally TVs. Or you may wish to relax with a drink in our guest lounge with TV, DVD & Video.

We are a silver awarded 4* Guest Accommodation located in Lynton and its twin village, Lynmouth which are enveloped within the Exmoor National Park and occupy an area of outstanding natural and coastal scenery. The Denes itself lies at the entrance to the Valley of Rocks, where short walks through the valley, or up and over Hollerday Hill, are just a step from our front door. Lynton and Lynmouth where Exmoor meets the sea, an ideal base for exploring Exmoor whether walking, cycling or driving.

Feature fireplaces, original paintings and delicious home cooked food are our trademark. The dining room has a wealth of literature from local maps, guides to novels and books; including 'Advanced Level Physics' should your holiday needs require! Breakfast is included and cooked to order. Parking for guests available.

 4 star rating

From: £55.00

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