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Moorlands offers accommodations in Parracombe. The bed and breakfast has a terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. The hotel is really very nice with lovely rooms full of character. The gardens are superb and the location is excelent The hosts are very welcoming and extremely nice. It is a perfect place for visiting Exmoor - lovely pubs and restaurants very near as well.
Lundy 4 offers pet-friendly accommodations in Lynton, 2.4 mi from Lynmouth. The property is 12 mi from Barnstaple and free on-site private parking is provided. The cottage was very clean. The kitchen had all facilities, including plenty of glasses, mugs, pots and pans, etc. The wifi and TV all worked fine. It was great to have use of a washing machine too. The owner was v helpful in pointing out Iocal walks and helping us with a map of the area. The views were amazing and it was dog--friendly as there was a large field at the back where our daughter's dog could run around off the lead.
This is an area of outstanding beauty.The Hunters Inn is in a prime location for stays,and walk in trade.The cost of the rooms and food is far too high, whilst more financial reward reward should be given to a superb staff group.My partner cried when we left mainly due to the fact that this is a most beautiful area.The air you breath is lovely ,our dog Rosie a Springer Spaniel loved it and dog lovers will adore this beautiful area.
The hotel is very comfortable, very clean and very friendly. As a pair of elderly widowers the walking immediately around the hotel was somewhat challenging, but a short drive gave access to many more accessible walks and places of interest. There are excellent walks in the immediate area of the hotel for more competent walkers and the hotel owners provide plenty of detail for these. For those who like Thai food I would recommend the Cottage Inn at Lynbridge - the landlord brews "Fat Belly Beers" and his wife comes from Thailand and is an excellent cook.
Beautiful area with easy access to Clovelly, Watersmeet, Lynton and Lynmouth, Porlock Dunster etc. We loved the cream teas at No1 Lynton. Exceptional homemade scones and the cherry jam was amazing. Very friendly owners. We also loved The Smugglers in Ilfracombe
A very attractive part of the North Devon Coast, where Exmoor meets the sea. There are lovely coastal walks around the headlands to Woody Bay and down to the beach at Heddon's Mouth. It's quite remote, which is why we like it, but Combe Martin and Lynton are only a few miles away.
A great place to stay,good area for walking.For those who like peace,and quiet,it could not be better.places to eat,not a vast choice,but the hunters inn food was very good.You must have your own transport,to go farther afield.
Its probably set in the better part off Exmoor. It wasn't busy in November and all the roads were easy to follow and we didn't have to reverse that often which could be a problem in peak season.