The booking via Sykes was very 'user-friendly', done very easily by helpful and friendly staff, and follow up emails quick and efficient.
Mrs Kirby, Tilbury, Essex, April 2013
The ease with which the booking was made. The person I spoke to was friendly and helpful. The booking process was simple.
Mrs Jones, Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taff, April 2013
Where Exmoor meets the sea, the charming resort of Lynmouth and twin village Lynton were fondly named 'Little Switzerland' by Victorian visitors. And it's easy to see why, with spectacular, tree-clad cliffs tumbling down to dazzling, rocky bays.
For sweeping views across Exmoor and the Bristol Channel, travel from one to the other aboard the amazing, water-powered funicular railway, leaving Lynmouth down at the coast and climbing up to Lynton high above - you can even take your dog. Indeed, our pet friendly cottages in Lynmouth are popular as the beach has no seasonal restrictions whatsoever. You can also take 'Scamp' on the Lynton and Barnstaple narrow-gauge railway and tour the national park.
Lynmouth itself is a delight to explore, with its ancient harbour and huddle of fishermen's cottages. There's a good choice of places to eat and drink, plus a handful of shops. Enjoy a scenic boat trip along the coast or land mackerel for supper back at your Lynmouth holiday home. Take a riverside stroll to the waterfalls of Watersmeet and sample a scrumptious cream tea.
Find buzzards, rare mountain goats and unusual weathered formations in the extraordinary Valley of Rocks. Expect wonderful walks along the South West Coast Path, serious surfing in Lynmouth Bay and challenging off-road trails on the 'Exmoor Beast Challenge'. Delightfully lazier options include fishing (local permits available from tourist office), putting, bowling and watching cricket.
And if your Lynmouth cottage holiday falls in August, watch out for the flour bombs and buckets of water thrown in fun at the riotous raft race, all in aid of charity, of course!
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Exmoor Cottage | Atherington near Umberleigh | Devon
One of two barn conversions next to owners’ farmhouse. Wooden floors and good quality furniture. Rural retreat. Umberleigh 2 miles.
Haddeo Cottage | Bury near Dulverton, Exmoor National Park | Somerset
Character cottage near Dulverton, quiet riverside hamlet of Bury, on the edge of Exmoor. Country walks, riding, fly fishing. Inglenook fireplace with woodburner, exposed beams, large garden. Dulverton 2.3 miles.
Bury Cleave Cottage | Bury near Dulverton, Exmoor National Park | Somerset
A cosy cottage near Dulverton. Hamlet setting near the ford through the River Haddon. Two bedrooms, woodburner. Local walks. Dulverton 2.3 miles.
15 Forest Park Lodges | Forest Park Lodges near High Bickington | Devon
Holiday lodge in quiet peaceful woodland setting in Tarka Country. Thirty minute drive from sandy beaches. Rural village of High Bickingham 2 miles away. Barnstaple 9.5 miles.
2 Warmore Cottages | Warmore near Dulverton | Somerset
A lovely semi-detached cottage in a rural setting on the edge of Exmoor. Three bedrooms, one with en-suite, woodburning stove, dog friendly. Country walks from the doorstep. Dulverton 3 miles.
The Barn | Ton Kenfig near Porthcawl | South Wales & Pembrokeshire
A welcoming barn conversion with open beams, stone walls and a mezzanine sitting area, on the edge of a scattered village. Walks from door step, golf course and nature reserve close by. Porthcawl 3.5 miles.