At the heart of the
Exmoor National Park
The entrance to The Glen Lyn Gorge is at the road junction in Lynmouth -
where the West Lyn and the East Lyn rivers meet at the high tide mark.
The Glen Lyn Gorge is quietly withdrawn from crowds and traffic,
 surrounded by 400 square miles of the Exmoor National Park.
Telephone 01598 753207
Next to Lynmouth’s western beach is Europe’s steepest funicular railway ...
the water-powered Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.
This gives you a head start if you wish to walk the coast path to the Valley of Rocks.
Lynmouth’s Manor Green leads to the eastern beach with it’s views of the highest sea cliffs in England. For the fit a walk to the top brings you to the perfectly positioned Blue Ball pub.
Return via Watersmeet and the more gentle riverside walk down the East Lyn valley.
Walk or drive
past Lynton to
the Valley Of Rocks.
The coastal route takes you to Lee Bay, Woody Bay
and the Heddon Valley.
The walk from the
Hunter’s Inn pub to
the beach is beautiful.
Turn right at the bottom of our drive and follow the East Lyn River valley to Watersmeet.
East of Lynmouth lie the highest sea cliffs in England.
In Countisbury village, take the route past the church to the coast path.
River valleys lead inland where Exmoor has even more to offer.
Exmoor is one of England’s last tranquil areas.

We will happily offer information and advice on activities and locations
on and around the moor, alternatively Lynmouth has an
Exmoor National Park Visitor Centre.