The Bath Hotel is right in the centre of the village next to the harbour and we offer excellent accommodation, interesting menus and a varied wine list, a relaxed atmosphere and beauty in every direction.
There is a quieter residents bar, a relaxing sun lounge area with comfy sofas, a large public bar with pool and darts table and the Galley coffee shop which serves a wide selection of drinks and food throughout the day. The Bath Hotel has been owned and managed by the same family since 1951 and offers a warm, friendly service and excellent value for money.
We offer excellent accommodation, interesting menus and varied wine list, a relaxed atmosphere and beauty in every direction. There is a quieter residents bar, a relaxing sun lounge area with comfy sofas, a large public bar with pool and darts table and the Galley, which serves a wide selection of drinks and food throughout the day.
Families are especially welcome at the Bath Hotel. We do not have a lift, so it is important that you advise, at the time of booking, if climbing more than one flight of stairs is a problem.Well behaved dogs are most welcome (by prior arrangement only ) and there is no charge, except for any damage. Dogs are not allowed in the Restaurant. In line with new Government Guidelines the whole hotel including our public areas and bedrooms is now non smoking
The Bath Hotel is only two minutes walk from the funicular cliff railway which will take you to the neighbouring village of Lynton. here you can visit the Lyn Museum, explore Hollerday Hill and the famous Valley of The Rocks, formed during the ice age. The Valley of the Rocks has towering rock formations with names such as ‘The Devil’s Cheesewring’, and its centrepiece, ‘Castle Rock’. It is renowned for its resident herd of wild goats, and in the centre of the valley probably the most picturesque setting in England for a village cricket pitch!
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A39 - Road: Lynmouth is situated in Exmoor National Park on the A39 between Minehead and Barnstaple. From the M5 exit junction 23, Bridgwater, following the A39 towards Minehead and through Porlock along the coast to Lynmouth, or exit junction 27 towards Tiverton, following the A361 to South Molton, the A399 to Blackmore Gate and A39 to Lynmouth.