Highcliffe House
 Things to See and Do 

Here are some ideas for things to do during your stay at Highcliffe House, all within walking distance of the house.  For more details and other attractions please see our 'Discover' section.

Lynton

 

Valley of Rocks

A beautiful dry valley just 20-minutes walk from Highcliffe House via the South West Coast Path along a dramatic cliff-side trail.

 

Hollerday Hill

The main backdrop behind the Lynton Town Hall separating Lynton from the Valley of Rocks. It’s a great place for a woodland walk with great views.

 

Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway

The world’s steepest and longest water-powered funicular railway used to join our two villages.

 

Lyn & Exmoor Museum

A glimpse into the farming and lives of historic Lynton and Lynmouth.

 

Lynton Toy Museum

A fascinating look at toys and games from decades since past.

 

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

A single track, narrow-gauge railway with steam trains, and tea room.

 

Lynton Cinema

Lynton is the smallest UK town to have its own cinema with Dolby SR sound.

 

Lyn Valley Art & Crafts Centre

Based in a converted church, it offers a unique collection of locally sourced goods and hand-made gifts in North Devon.

 

Churchills (Opposite the Church)

Forget some walking gear and want to buy more? Churchills has everything a walker and explorer needs.

 

Lyn Candles

If you love the smell of Highcliffe House, or love candles head to Lyn Candles for a great selection of candles and diffusers.

 

Art Galleries

Both Lynton & Lynmouth have many great galleries offering every style of art you like.  Gallery @ 500ft is where we get the art you see on the walls in Highcliffe House.

 

Lynton Community Bookshop

Located in the Town Hall selling an eclectic mix of preloved books.

 

Lynmouth

 

Watersmeet

A long, beautiful riverside walk to a charming National Trust tea room.

 

Lynmouth 1952 Flood Memorial

A permanent exhibition featuring a scale model of Lynmouth, pre-flood, along with images and footage of the buildings which were destroyed.

 

Rhenish Tower

It was originally built to store saltwater for indoor bathing but was later given additional purpose as a beacon.

 

Lynmouth Pavilion

Discover more about history and wildlife of Exmoor, and enjoy food & drink in the café above, with great sea views.

 

Glen Lyn Gorge

A short walk, beautiful waterfalls, and learn about hydro-electric power.

It's an easier walking alternative than the walk to Watersmeet.

 

Lyn Model Railway

This is a working model of a 1935-40 London and North Eastern Railway.

 

Hole-in-1 Putting Green

Enjoy a lazy afternoon playing golf or an invigorating game of Tennis.

 

Lynmouth Street

Browse through the fabulous array of shops selling arts and crafts, leather goods & clothing, interior decorations.

 

Eastern Beach

A great place for a short stroll along a wild and rugged beach.

Plan your day in Exmoor ...

There's more to do in Exmoor than you may think. Check out the Discover section for Things to Do, Places to Walk and Places to Eat.

Incredible Walks & Hikes

Lynton & Lynmouth really are the walking capital of Exmoor, with some of the most breathtaking and exhilarating walks starting from the front door of Highcliffe House.

Scenic drives around Exmoor ...

Although Lynton is a paradise for walkers sometimes you may want to relax a little enjoy Exmoor by car. There really are some beautiful scenic drives, and you can always enjoy a short stroll or long walk along the way.
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