"Perched within a short walk from the historic coastal village of Lynton this large distinguished property commands the most amazing views of the valley village and coast from many rooms and the garden. Ideally suited to groups of friends and family coming together and wanting a unique house for their special celebrations. You will find the kitchen equipped for large scale entertaining whilst retaining the cosy country feel with it’s traditional aga. The dining room offers your guests the flexibility of eating together around one large table or even treating yourself to a special meal by bringing in a local chef.\nTwo spacious and comfortable reception rooms will give you ample space to spread out and continue the celebrations well into the night. The first contains an open fireplace and baby grand piano allowing you to create your own party. The second lounge is fitted with a multi stove burning coal and logs as well as large French windows and a balcony overlooking your beautiful gardens and the stunning Exmoor National Park coastline. Outside you will be enchanted by the gardens that offer a fantastic outdoor dining space and large BBQ area. Flat lawns also extend to give the younger members of the party the perfect spot for stretching their legs.\nArranged over two further floors your party will be accommodated in style. As you climb the grand staircase you’ll find the ten beautifully appointed bedrooms nine of which feature an en-suite bathroom. With a selection of king-size single double and twin rooms capped off by a sumptuous four poster master bedroom a stay at Lynton Manor gives your occasion that unique setting for a memorable celebration.\nNestled within three acres of gardens and stunning natural woodlands this Victorian home is the perfect destination for anyone looking to unwind on a family retreat hold a beautiful wedding reception or enjoy a celebration that you’ll remember for a lifetime."
Lynton Manor: sleeps 22 over 4 floors with spacious living areas and 9 ensuite bedrooms and outdoor dining and living space
Large, farmhouse-style kitchen: 3 oven Aga with additional 2 double ovens. 2 dishwashers, microwave, 2 spacious fridge/freezers. Good size island, kettle and toaster. Kitchen table.
Large dining room with seating for 22.
Lounge one with multi-stove burning coal and logs, 3 sofas, TV and CD player. Large windows and balcony to enjoy the views.
Lounge two has an open fireplace, 3 sofas, TV with DVD player.
Bedroom 1 (sleeps 2) 2 single beds, en-suite shower room.
Bedroom 2 (sleeps 2): 2 single beds, en-suite shower room.
Stairs lead to front entrance with further stairs to second floor.
Master Bedroom (sleeps 2) double 4-poster bed, antique lovers chair, en-suite bathroom with bath, shower over, sink and WC
Bedroom 4 (sleeps 2) with double bed, en-suite shower room and door to balcony
Bedroom 5 (sleeps 2) with double bed, en-suite shower room and door to balcony
Bedroom 6 (sleeps 2) 2 single beds, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other with sink and shower and door to balcony
Bedroom 7 (sleeps 2) 2 single beds, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other with sink and shower and door to balcony
Bedroom 8 (sleeps 4) Family bedroom with double bed and single with pull-out single bed beneath, en-suite shower room
Bedroom 9 (sleeps 2) Double bed, en-suite shower room
Bedroom 10 (sleeps 1) Single bed
Separate conservatory with seating
Quirky outside seating area under an archway with table and chairs
Enclosed garden. 2 large tables with chairs and BBQ
Path down to terraced garden
What you need to know
Cot and highchair available
Hen parties and Stag parties are welcome
Parking is available in a local car park adjacent to the property
Please note there is no access to this historic property for wheelchair users or for those with impaired mobility.