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Lee House is ideally located to explore Exmoor and the North Devon Coast with spectacular scenery, beautiful walks and a host of activities near by.
These photographs are just a few of those taken by ourselves and our guests in the area.
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The North Walk, TA view along the Valley of the Rocks from the North Walk at sunset Lynmouth Harbour, The small scenic village of Lynmouth lies beneath the heights of Lynton. Cliff Railway, Established in 1888, this famous water powered railway transports you the 500 vertical feet between Lynton and Lynmouth
Exmoor offers truly breathtaking scenery with no shortage of walks whether it is a short stroll to a country pub or one of the long distance paths. Exmoor will exceed your expectations. View of Lynton with Lee House in the centre of the image. View from the top of the cliff railway towards Countisbury Hill
Mini rally passing through Lynton. Lynmouth Harbour, Lynmouth harbour can be reached either by a zig zag path down the hill or the cliff railway Lynmouth Harbour, Lynmouth harbour wall with Rhemish Tower.
Lynmouth Harbour looking back towards the town. Lynmouth harbour can be reached either by a zig zag path down the hill or the cliff railway. Lynmouth has a selection of shops of interest to visitors along a cobbled street.
Lynmouth, The river Lyn flows through Lynmouth surrounded by substantial flood defences. Glen Lyn Gorge Approach to cliff top cafe
Valley of the Rocks is only a mile from the centre of Lynton Valley of the Rocks is only a mile from the centre of Lynton Valley of the Rocks is only a mile from the centre of Lynton
Lynmouth Promenade, A view along the sea front promenade towards the Rhenish Tower. A view along the Valley of the Rocks from the North Walk The North Walk hugs the line of the cliff from Lynton to the Valley of the Rocks giving spectacular views.
A view from Hollerday Hill over Lynmouth and towards Countisbury Hill. Valley of the Rocks is only a mile from the centre of Lynton Established in 1888, this famous water powered railway transports you the 500 vertical feet between Lynton and Lynmouth.
Exmoor, View from County Gate Exmoor, View towards Minehead. Lyn Valley, View towards Lynton from A39 near the Beggars Roost
View from County Gate Established in 1888, this famous water powered railway transports you the 500 vertical feet between Lynton and Lynmouth. Exmoor
Saunton Sands, North Devon has some of the best beaches in the country with plenty of space and miles of golden sand Woolacombe Bay, North Devon has some of the best beaches in the country with plenty of space and miles of golden sand Croyde Bay, North Devon has some of the best beaches in the country with plenty of space and miles of golden sand.
Croyde Bay, North Devon has some of the best beaches in the country with plenty of space and miles of golden sand. Selworthy Tea Rooms, A superb cream tea in idilic surroundings with a great walk out to Harlstone Point. Heddons mouth is at the end of a deep valley owned by the National Trust and surrounded by spectacular scenary
Ilfracombe harbour Exmoor Ponies, This picture was taken at the top of Porlock Hill Dunkery Beacon, The highest point on Exmoor
Tarr Steps, An ancient foot bridge on the Southern side of Exmoor View from Dunkery Hill The National trust tea room at Watersmeet.
Broomhill Sculpture Garden provides a beautiful backdrop for over 300 sculptures and installations West Somerset Railway, A nostalgic journey through attractive countryside from Minehead. Woody Bay Railway, Woody Bay station is restored and operational on a narrow guage railway that once ran from Barnstaple to Lynton
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Ken & Caroline Blakey
Lee House, 27-28 Lee Road, Lynton, North Devon, EX35 6BP
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