Things to do in and around Lynton and Lynmouth

Lynton Toy Museum and Shop
The museum houses toys, games and action figures ranging from the 1960s to 1980s. Our shop sells lots of secondhand toys and games with lots of vintage items.
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Lynmouth Putting Green
2 putting greens located on Manor Green in Lynmouth.
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Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway
The Cliff Railway connects the two towns. Lynton is 500 ft above Lynmouth and the railway track is 862ft in length. Amazing views and easier on the legs, this is said to be the highest and steepest fully water powered railway in the country.
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Lyn and Exmoor Museum
This small museum is housed in Lynton’s oldest surviving domestic dwelling. The museum has items from maritime, railway and natural history. There is also a collection of agricultural and domestic tools from Lynton and Exmoor.
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Lynton Cinema
Lynton is quite possibly the smallest town in the country to have a full time cinema. There are usually two performances a day in the summer and one daily performance in the winter and a Monday matinee.
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Lynmouth Flood Memorial Hall
A permanent exhibition containing personal accounts, photographs and a scale model of how Lynmouth looked before the 1952 flood.
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Glen Lyn Gorge
Discover how the East Lyn river now provides hydroelectric power. Sit by the river, see lovely waterfalls and read about the 1899 overland launch of a lifeboat, Louisa to Porlock of Louisa.
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Places to visit by car

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway
Travel along a section of the original route on the narrow gauge steam train. The railway was first opened in 1898. The L&B Railway is approximately a 10-minute drive from Pine Lodge.
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RHS Garden Rosemoor
Approximately a 1-hour drive from Pine Lodge.
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Arlington Court and Carriage Museum
A National Trust property approximately a 20-minute drive from Pine Lodge
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Dunster Castle
An ancient castle, home and subtropical gardens National Trust approximately a 40 minute drive from Pine Lodge
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Walks from Pine Lodge

Lynton & Lynmouth Walkers Welcome
With several hundred miles of footpaths, tracks and trails criss-crossing the rolling hills of Exmoor and North Devon, such an opportunity to experience this unique bakdrop must not be missed
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Valley of Rocks
Valley of Rocks is a dry valley on the SW coast. Walk or drive to the Valley and enjoy goats, geology and stunning views.
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Explore over 40 miles of footpaths or visit the National Trust tea room and shop. For more information see website.
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Walks to drive to

The Two Moors Way
Walk the moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor on the Two Moors Way. A Coast to Coast path for long-distance walkers or complete a section on a day walk.
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Heddon Valley
Heddon Valley, set in the West Exmoor coast. The landscape was loved by the Romantic Poets Wordsworth and Coleridge.
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The Doone Valley
Doone Valley is also known as Badgworthy Valley. This is a lovely walk in Exmoor which takes in the tiny village of Malmswood.
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Wistlandpound Reservoir
Approximately a 15-minute drive from Pine Lodge. Wistlandpound Reservoir was built in 1956. It supplies fresh drinking water to Combe Martin, Ilfracombe and Barnstaple. The woodland walks, around the 40 acre lake, offer accessible paths and are home to a range of wildlife.
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Pine Lodge
EX35 6AX
Telephone Number
+44 (0)1598 753230
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