The picturesque villages of Lynton & Lynmouth are situated on the North coast of Devon where the area in and around these two beautiful villages is known as England's little Switzerland.
Lynton and Lynmouth is renowned for its stunning scenery, rugged coastlines and fantastic walks, Whilst North Devon has many areas of outstanding beauty that shouldn't be missed on your visit.
From The Valley of Rocks and it's famous Goats, to Heddon Valley, Heddons mouth, Watersmeet, Robbers Bridge, and The Doone Valley, Lynton and Lynmouth has much to offer in the way of sight seeing.
Mystery surrounds the area in myths and legends with people searching for the white lady, Devils Cheesering, or Mother Meldroms Cave.
Lynton & Lynmouth also offers locals and visitors a rich history to discover such as the famous cliff railway which dates back to 1887 and uses water to power each carriage up an inclination of 1:1.75. The top station is 500 feet above the lower station saving animals and walkers the steep walk which connects the two villages to this day.
The Lynton to Barnstaple railway which was originally opened in 1898, and closed in 1935 has been revived and you can now enjoy a steam powered train journey from Woody Bay Station to Killington Lane and back.