Lynton Devon Information, Devon Towns, Villages, Maps, Accommodation, Attractions, Reviews, Photos & Resource Guide

twitter share icon facebook share icon

Popular Pages


Lynton Reviews and Comments

Including Reviews, Descriptions, Comments, Reports and Views for Lynton
Authored by DL, Devon
Comment: Lynton in Devon, a small Victorian town surrounded by an area of stunning landscape known as 'EnglandÂ’s Little Switzerland' is part of both the South West Coast Path and the Tarka Trail with both passing through the area. The town stands at the top of a gorge above the neighbouring village of Lynmouth with its quaint harbour. The villages are joined by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway and owe a lot to Sir George Newnes, a benefactor of the area, building this railway and providing Lynton with community buildings such as the Town hall and Church.
Share this Lynton review: share on facebook share on twitter
Date Added: 7th, February 2007
Review Area: Lynton
Add Your: Comment / Review Add a comment
Add a review to this page     Get review news     Receive review Tweets
Any posts viewed on this site reflects the views of individual authors and not that of, its owners or partners bear no responsibility for the accuracy of any comments or posts displayed.
Latest News
Photograph Gallery:
A new photograph 'Derry\'s Clock' was added to the Plymouth Photograph Gallery within the Devon Gallery. View photograph... Here
Talk of the Town:
A new review / comment was added for Slapton See this review and others for the area... More
Dates for your Diary:
What's on in Devon events calendar is showing the following entries:
June 2019 - Hospiscare Will Fortnight within Exeter Events
June 2019 - Summer Foraging Courses within Exeter Events
June 2019 - Topsham MUSIC Festival within Topsham Events
Keep up to date! You can also follow us on Twitter, Google+, Facebook and on the Blog
Follow on facebook Follow on twitter Follow on Google+ The Devon Blog
Copyright © 2013 - All rights reserved

Places to Stay in Devon

Terms | Contact | Site Map