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The Valley Of Rocks Hotel is perfect for a cosy, romantic getaway or a beach holiday due to its fantastic clifftop location and being close to the wonderful seaside towns of Lynton and Lymouth.
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 68
Parking Spaces: 20
Steps into Hotel: 6
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Valley of Rocks Hotel in Lynton is an imposing Grade II listed building boasting a fantastic clifftop location within the Exmoor National Park. Located in one of England’s most picturesque areas makes the Valley Rocks Hotel a perfect choice when looking for walking holidays or cycling holidays. The South West Coastal Path runs past the hotel and through the quaint village of Lynton which itself is a great place to take in some stunning coastal scenery. The hotel takes its name from the actual Valley of Rocks which is another attraction in its own right – a dry valley that runs parallel to the Devon coast appealing to walkers and geologists.
All of the 68 comfortable bedrooms at the Valley of Rocks Hotel feature en suite bathrooms, tea and coffee-making facilities as well as other amenities required for a relaxing hotel break in Devon. Upgrade your stay and opt for a room with a view and enjoy a picturesque view over the bay.
The restaurant at the Valley of Rocks Hotel serves a sumptuous breakfast and dinner menu in the evening. Midday meals are available in the bar area. The hotel boasts an impressive atrium lounge where you can enjoy the clifftop views that the hotel is known for with a drink or two.
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Each bedroom at the Valley Of Rock Hotel has everything you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, an en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout. Upgrades available to View Rooms which enjoy views over the bay from the hotel’s clifftop position.
Bar & Restaurant
The restaurant at the Valley of Rocks Hotel serves a sumptuous breakfast and dinner menu in the evening. Midday meals are available in the bar area.
The hotel boasts an impressive atrium lounge where you can enjoy the clifftop views that the hotel is known for with a drink or two.
Directions to the Valley of Rocks Hotel in Lynton
The hotel's location is close to the wonderful seaside towns of Lynton and Lynmouth.
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome at the Valley Of Rocks Hotel. A supplement of £15 per dog per night applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel.
When adding children to a reservation the rate quoted is the total for adults only. Children's rates will be applied at the hotel direct.
This hotel varies its menu options month-to-month. You may be offered either a 3-course table d'hote menu or an allowance of £25pp towards the a la carte menu depending on which option they are operating in your stay month. If you wish clarification as to which option will be available for your stay we would advise contacting the hotel directly to check.
Things to see and do while you are staying at the Valley of Rocks Hotel in Lynton
Lynton – the village on the top of the cliffs, and Lynmouth the beach and harbourside village form one of England’s most appealing destinations for anyone who loves the great outdoors. There are wonderful, sandy beaches, windswept moors, beautiful villages, and some of the most incredible walks you will experience. The Valley of Rocks Hotel sits at the top, a perfect vantage point to survey both the sea and the countryside.
On the hotel's doorstep:
Some of these attractions are very close to the Valley of Rocks Hotel – but, of course, we are set up on the clifftop! You can walk up and down, but the Cliff Railway is the perfect way to get to Lynton.
Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, 150 metres
This famous funicular cliff railway is the highest and steepest completely water-powered railway in the world. Opened in 1890, the historic cliff railway connects the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth and provides spectacular coastal views. Above the lower station at 500 feet is grade II listed Cliff Top Cafe, which will provide you with tea and coffee whilst you take in one of the best views you'll ever see.
Lynton Cinema, 200 metres
Listed as one of the top 50 independents in the country, this luxurious cinema is in grade II is listed former Methodist Chapel. Now with full Dolby Digital sound, the 70-seat cinema shows a mix of blockbusters and classics.
Lymouth Boat Trips, 0.5 mile
Departing regularly from the Lynmouth Quay, a wonderful opportunity to see the hidden coves along the coast of Exmoor.
Glen Lyn Gorge, 0.7 mile
A lovely walk, and a fascinating insight into the location of Britain’s first tidal current turbine.
Valley of Rocks, 1.4 miles
One of Devon’s must-sees. A spectacular valley a few minutes walk from the Hotel, with breathtaking views across the ocean to South Wales and for a very rare breed of goats. You can experience this natural treasure – part of the South West Coastal Path – in many ways: on foot, on a bike or even by a car driving along the coast.
Within 5 miles:
National Trust Watersmeet, 2.4 miles
A simply beautiful walk through the woodland surrounding Lynton and Lynmouth, along the river path and ending up at Watersmeet and this National Trust property with garden and café.
Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, 4 miles
Board the traditional train at Woody Bay Stations and take a journey back in time with this wonderful and unique two-mile experience through spectacular countryside.
Check out OSKC Watersports which are based on Combe Martin Beach just 10 miles away, and offers paddleboarding and guided kayak tours.
Arlington Court, 10 miles
An intriguing Regency house with an amazing collection of horse-drawn vehicles, a picturesque garden, and a café.
Exmoor Owl & Hawk Centre, 14 miles
A world-renowned centre in a unique setting. Come and marvel at these birds of prey. There are also horse-riding trips on Exmoor from here.
Exmoor National Park
Loads of activities for lovers of the outdoors, with endless footpaths through woodlands, along rivers and across some of the highest cliffs in England. Cycling enthusiasts are also well catered for, with trails that range from a gentle meander through the countryside to a challenging track across tough mud-splattered terrain.
Exmoor Wildlife Safari
Picking up from Exford (14 miles), Dunster (20 miles) and Dulverton (23 miles) is a fantastic way to see Exmoor and learn about the range of flora and fauna and natural landscapes that it is home to.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide.