St Vincent Guest House offers charming accommodation in Lynton. We are a fantastic base for exploring a range of attractions in Devon, including the South West Coastal Path, the Coleridge Way and the Tarka Trail.
Our magnificent Georgian house dates from 1834, built by master mariner Thomas Geen who was the captain on the Bristol-built ship St Vincent. The property is brimming with character and history whilst offering superb accommodation. We have a range of single, double, king and super king rooms to choose from. Some rooms enjoy lovely views across the rooftops towards the hills near the Valley of Rocks. All the room come with a range of facilities:
TV with freesat.
You can savour a delicious breakfast whilst staying with us. We serve a Full English, smoked salmon, porridge and a range of cereals. We use fresh free-range eggs and local produce where possible. Gluten-free, vegan and other dietary requirements are available.
Lots of wonderful attractions are in the local area. Watersmeet is where the Lyn rivers meet is a lovely spot for sketching, just watching the birds and animals. You also enjoy a cream tea at the National Trust House. Lyn and Exmoor Museum houses a fascinating collection of agricultural and domestic tools from Lynton and Exmoor, as well as maritime, railway and natural history. Great attractions to visit include:
Glen Lyn Gorge.
Lyn and Exmoor.
For more information please visit our website.
Children over 11 are welcome.
Disabled facilities by arrangement – please enquire for details.
£5 a night for pets.Visit Website www.stvincentlynton.co.uk/en-GB/homepage
Features & Amenities
- Sleeps: 1 to 2
- Off Street Parking
- Disabled Facilities
- Children Welcome
- Freeview TV
- Golf Nearby
- Coast Nearby
Price per person per night from £55 Room per night based on 2 people sharing from £90