This charming Grade II listed house dating back to 1809 is now a cosy B&B thats sits in the old fishing village of Lynmouth just 500ft below the sea cliffs at Lynton. The victorian cliff railway, still powered by water, connects the twin towns. The former rectory nestles in the heart of the village giving views over the sea, harbour, village and the East Lyn Valley. All the sea-facing rooms enjoy magnificent views of where the village and river meet the sea. It's a great place to base your self when exploring the wild and rugged nature of Exmoor National Park in North Devon. 


LynTON Lynmouth B&B where Exmoor meets the Sea

We offer b&b accommodation by the sea in Lynmouth and aim to provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for all our visitors. Guests are invited to relax and enjoy the wonderful sea or valley views from the luxury of their room, with complimentary tea or coffee. Alternatively, the cosy lounge offers a stunning sea view, a place to enjoy a book, take tea/coffee and light afternoon refreshments or savour a drink from the licensed bar. The welcoming reception is enhanced in autumn and winter by a crackling log-burning fire. In the evenings we offer a dinner menu in our restaurant, which also offers views out to sea.

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* Bonnicott House is built into an elevated position in the cliff face overlooking the village & sea and, as such, there are a few steps and ramp to negotiate to the hotel entrance. Therefore Bonnicott is probably not suitable for the very elderly, infirm or those with very young children. However our staff are on hand to help with luggage when requested.