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Longmead, Lynton, Exmoor, EX35 6DH

The Sandrock

Lynton
 

ABOUT

Here at The Sandrock, good food, real ale and a home from home atmosphere is our passion. We pride ourselves on using the freshest, locally sourced ingredients to create wholesome food.

We offer a large selection of Craft & Real Ales and are proud to be CASK MARQUE approved, have a Guinness quality award and have been published in the "Good Beer" guide 3 years running.

Come and visit - your taste buds will thank you!

 

​Nick  & Jane Rampton

 

OUR ROOMS

All rooms are En-suite with free WIFI, flatscreen freeview TV's and tea & coffee making facilities.

Choice of breakfast included.

 

OUR SERVICES

Breakfast

 

Enjoy the choice of  a fresh cold buffet and / or selected hot breakfast all served with a selection of juices, tea & coffee.

Free Wifi

 

Available throughout the property.

Garden

 

If it's people, or goat, watching from our front terrace or relaxing in the tiered back garden, we have something for everyone.

Daily Housekeeping

 

Rooms are refreshed daily which includes replacing complimentary items

Bar

 

Winners of CAMRA 4 years running with a large selection of Real & Craft Ales and a varied selection of other alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages.

Restaurant

Known for our excellent quality and ample portions we offer true value for money in a relaxed intimate setting. 

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Every Sunday we offer our renowned 3 meat Carvery with all the trimmings

 

GALLERY

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THINGS TO DO

Lynton Cliff Railway

 

The unique Victorian water powered lift. No trip is complete without a ride on the famous funicular cliff lift.

National Trust - Watersmeet

 

Dramatic river gorge, ancient woodlands, tea garden and shop in stunning surroundings

Lynton Cinema

 

The original Picturedrome opened in 1916. The cinema today seats 68 and is an experience in itself

Glen Lyn Gorge

 

The power of water. Educational centre set in a glorious landscape.

Valley of the Rocks

 

Don't forget a bit of fossil hunting in The Valley of the Rocks, also noted for its herd of feral goats, inspiring rock formations and simply breath-taking views across the Bristol Channel.

Horse Riding 

 

Riding can be on of the most enjoyable ways of seeing our part of Exmoor and the coast. There is a selection of local riding stables who offer horses and ponies to suit all ages and experience.

GUEST REVIEW

Sally - 22 May 2017

"The owners were very welcoming and could not have been more helpful. The rooms were spotless and were beautifully decorated. Breakfast was good too. Excellent all round.

 
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