Not a dislike but a warning to potential guests. Don't trust your SatNav! Make sure you drive into Linton Village from the Lynmouth road-horrendous right hand bend on a junction!). As you are approaching Linton up the hill (after the nightmare turn!) look out for the very large car park on your left (also for Bennie's bustop which is on the path in front of the car park). Immediately after this turn left towards the Library and the Crown hotel and then you will see Sinai Hill on the left. Beware the turn into Lynway! We spent nearly an hour finding this because our SatNav took us on a very scenic, steep route, above Linton and then to another access which ended in a cycle track!!
Debbie and Nigel work wonders to make your stay a great experience. Feels like you are with old friends but not in an intrusive way. Nigel's breakfasts are excellent with lots of options. Debbie is just lovely. Sinai House is cosy,comfortable and great value. We are in our sixties but our fellow guests included serious walkers - this is such a wonderful part of Devon for active ramblers but there are also manageable, beautiful walks for those of us with limitations. We are very happy to recommend Sinai House to anyone who is reasonably mobile .I say that because the great views come with some complications (as do most of the best places to stay in Linton). Sinai Hill is a real challenge for cars (but not impossible!) and visitors with mobility issues. I have some health problems which meant I could not manage the walk up the hill but there is access to the village facilities via the lovely terraced garden of Sinai House which I found OK. The village offers some good restaurants which Debbie will advise you on. The cliff walk through the Valley of the Rocks on a fine day is just breathtaking as is the walk to to Watersmeet from Lynmouth (there's a Victorian railway system to get you from Linton to Lynmouth) and you can choose shorter or longer trails depending on ability.
All in all - couldn't fault this guest house - we would certainly use it again if visiting the area. Our bedroom had a large window overlooking the sea and the Welsh coastline. If you are looking for 'Boutique' style - this isn't for you, but you will be missing a great experience.