Bay Valley Of Rocks Hotel
At a glance
Set on a cliff top in an attractive Victorian building full of character and charm, the Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel offers guests comfortable, high-quality accommodation with a warm, Devonshire welcome. With the ground floor public spaces and bedrooms recently updated and refurbished in March 2018, Valley of Rocks Hotel provides a delightfully comfortable stay in the heart of Devon.
The hotel boasts 64 well-appointed en suite bedrooms with the option of upgrading to one of its Superior rooms, many of which enjoy delightful views. The relaxing lounge areas and distinctive grand atrium give you space to unwind and enjoy a wonderful peaceful break with the option of doing as much or as little as you wish.
Nestled in the pretty North Devonshire town of Lynton with its lovely selection of souvenir shops, tearooms and quaint cafés, the hotel provides the perfect base to explore this unspoilt area of the country. North Devon is a haven of peace and tranquillity combining ancient woodland, stunning open moorland and breath-taking coastline with an abundance of natural delights.
Visit the nearby spectacular Valley of Rocks, formed thousands of years ago and offering its visitors surprises at every turn. Walk around the base of the formidable Castle Rock, the crown jewel of this natural awe-inspiring landscape, and take in spectacular views over the Bristol Channel. Head to Watersmeet and explore the rich woodlands where waterfalls tumble through the lush greenery, or take a trip up the famous funicular cliff lift and marvel at the view over Exmoor and the coastline. The Bay Valley of Rocks Hotel is ideally situated for those who love the outdoors, with ample opportunities for walking, hiking, sightseeing or simply strolling along the scenic shoreline.
After a day exploring these beautiful surroundings, the hotel offers an exciting programme of evening entertainment, with a host of talented vocalists and musicians wowing the crowd most nights of the week.
The hotel has 68 rooms split across two room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information.
Bay Valley Of Rocks Hotel
Directions: From the A361 – Join the A399 towards Lynton at the North Aller Roundabout and continue on the road for 12 miles. Turn right onto the A39 towards Lynton and Lynmouth and continue for 6 miles, before taking a slight left onto the B3234 towards Lynton. After a mile, keep left to go onto Castle Hill and continue on the road, the hotel should be on your right just past the church.The Valley of Rocks has a limited amount of parking spaces, these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is highly recommended. Passes for the nearby public car park are also available from the hotel reception, charges apply
Exmoor National Park is a picturesque location with world-class views. There is a wide variety of activities on offer for lovers of the outdoors, with endless footpaths through woodlands, along rivers and across some of the highest cliffs in England. The cycling enthusiast is also well catered for, with trails that range from a gentle meander through the countryside to a challenging track across tough mud-splattered terrain. There's also the opportunity to visit the spectacular coastal region with some amazing spots for rockpooling.
The award-winning attraction in its beautiful setting is a brilliant day out for all ages. The zoo is home to a very wide variety of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and arthropods with regular talks, feeding and handling sessions throughout the day. You can also find out more about the Exmoor beast, a legendary creature which may just be a black leopard, puma or another big cat.
This cinema is situated in a former Methodist Chapel that is a grade II listed building. Now with full Dolby Digital sound, the cinema shows the latest blockbusters with two films generally being shown per day. The cinema has around 70 very comfortable seats with plenty of all-important legroom.
This famous funicular cliff railway is the highest and steepest completely water powered railway in the world. Opened in 1890, the historic cliff railway connects the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth and provides spectacular coastal views. Above the lower station at 500 feet is the grade II listed Cliff Top Cafe, which will provide you with tea and coffee whilst you take in one of the best views you'll ever see.
Board the traditional train at Woody Bay Stations and take a journey back in time with this wonderful and unique two-mile experience through spectacular countryside. The train runs all the way to Killington Lane Halt where you can disembark and visit the scenic village of Parracombe. Here you can pop into the nearest recommended pub, the Fox & Goose – an imposing Victorian building with a surprisingly quaint interior – or venture a little further to the Hunters Inn at Heddon’s Mouth where the traditional home-cooked dining continues to delight both locals and tourists.
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