EXPERIENCE THE PATH
Two National Parks, two coasts, and over 100 miles of breathtaking countryside.
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The Jubilee Inn
Welcome to the comfortable and newly refurbished Jubilee Inn, the infamous haunt of Terry Thomas back in the 1960s.
A convenient and well-loved ‘stop-and-stay’ for walkers and trail riders. Relax in surprisingly luxurious en-suite guest rooms (6, including 1 single) and enjoy our fine dining and/or casual restaurants: a little treat along the way. Dogs: charge/certain room availability only.
Lower Hookner Barn
Situated on the low-level alternative section of the Two Moors Way (near the main route), we invite you to relax and recuperate in this idyllic rural retreat within a delightful barn conversion. Enjoy the twin/double room, ensuite shower, own lounge, dining room, Sky TV, log burner. Well-behaved dogs very welcome! Non-smoking. Packed lunches and evening meals by prior arrangement. Luggage transfer at a small additional cost. Laundry/drying facilities available on request.
South View Guest House
Friendly B&B run by husband and wife. Visit England 4-star rated with Silver Award.
Wifi, drying facilities, packed lunches on request. Situated on Lee Road in the heart of Lynton, close to local shops and dineries.
Photo above shows The Foreland from Lynton churchyard.
Exmoor Forest Inn
Our friendly and comfortable hotel and pub is the perfect place to stay and eat. Double and twin ensuite rooms, residents’ lounge and cosy bar with real ale and a gin menu. Home-cooked food including Exmoor produce and seasonal specials, cream teas and light refreshments.
Dogs welcome in bar and first-floor rooms. Drying room. Packed lunches/luggage transfer can be arranged. Self-catering cottage for 4 people. Groups and whole hotel bookings welcome.