"Enjoy glorious sunsets from this Devonshire hilltop"
Our Club Site at Lynton is beautifully located right above the Exmoor coast, with panoramic views over to Wales from many pitches. The area is a walkers' paradise, with coastal walks and the Exmoor National Park both nearby.
Take the footpath from the site through a wooded valley to the retreat centre at Lee Abbey.
Dolphins visit Lee Bay, wild goats are in the Valley of the Rocks and the views are spectacular.
Lynton town has many shops, tea rooms and other places to eat out.
The Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway connects the two towns.
The unique Victorian lift is water-powered.
Buses stop near the site and go to Barnstaple and Ilfracombe or Porlock and Minehead.
Exmoor Zoo specialises in smaller animals, from tiny monkeys to the largest rodent in the world.
The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway runs narrow gauge steam trains from Woody Bay station. It has some lovely views.
The Royal Horticultural Society garden at Rosemoor has rose gardens, childrens trails, model gardens and more.
Combe Martin has a Wildlife and Dinosaur Park and the UK's only wolf education and research centre.
Visit the Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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