Bed & Breakfast in Lynton & Lynmouth
Highcliffe House stands in its elevated position overlooking the twin towns of Lynton & Lynmouth. It was named Little Switzerland by the Victorians in the 1880s. Originally a small port the town grew to its current proportions during the late Victorian era. It became a desirable tourist resort and the place to have a summer residence to escape from London. Our Lynton B&B has a prominent position in the town and gained status as very desirable accommodation with its commanding panoramic sea views across the Bristol Channel.
During the 1930’s the house became a sanctuary for Christian families until purchased by a local family in the 1960s who turned it into a hotel, then a B&B. The Highcliffe House you see today still has an element of sanctuary. It offers many people an escape from the pressures of city life. Where better to escape to than the glorious scenery of Exmoor?
A truly memorable stay
This quality Lynton B&B offers a memorable stay with all the little luxuries you might expect in 5 star guest accommodation and more. On arrival you will be offered a Devon cream tea with freshly baked scones. If you arrive in the evening then have a drink from the bar with our compliments. You will be very satisfied with your Lynton bed and breakfast as you start the day with our unique views. They will take your breath away whilst you enjoy an award winning breakfast of fresh produce especially cooked for you. Choose from a hearty English breakfast or other classic dishes. Dishes such as poached haddock, eggs benedict, eggs royale or Canadian breakfast pancakes with bacon and maple syrup. All served with homemade toasted brown or white bread.
After breakfast you can enjoy the twin villages of Lynton and Lynmouth joined by the famous Victorian water powered Cliff Railway, Walk on the Moor where wooded valleys and waterfalls will take your cares away or follow the South West Coastal Path through the magnificent Valley of Rocks to Woody Bay.
In the evening you will find a wide choice of cafes, pubs and restaurants to tempt you with fresh local produce to suit every occasion. So if you are looking for Lynton & Lynmouth accommodation, why not choose Highcliffe House.
We stayed in mid June for 3 nights for our 25th wedding anniversary and had a fantastic time. Firstly The hotel is perched on a cliff overlooking Lynton with great sea and coastal path views, and on a clear day you can see the Welsh...More