- 5 guest reviews
"Very pleasant stay at this B&B. Made very welcome and the views over the Lyn valley and West Lyn river very dramatic after the heavy storm...."
"We had a lovely relaxing stay at Countisbury lodge which is set in a beautiful and peaceful location. The breakfast was great and the owners..."
"We had a wonderfully relaxing and comfortable stay here and will definitely hope to return. The bedroom was light and airy with fantastic vi..."
"My wife & I loved our stay the hoists were very friendly the lodge was clean & food was excellent...."
"The setting of the Lodge is beautiful and very tranquil. We stayed at the small one bedroom apartment, for 3 nts and had a great time. The s..."
About the hotel
Countisbury Lodge is a large, characterful self catering house with parking, and amazing views high above Lynmouth, but only a short walk to the amenities. This is an excellent place to explore Exmoor National Park, and to walk the North Devon and Somerset coast path. There are five double bedrooms and it can be booked with Seaview Apartment to accommodate 12 people or with Treetops for larger parties of 16 people.
"Treetops" sleeps 4 people and "Seaview Apartment" sleeps 2 people, so are ideal for a couple or small family. Seaview Apartment is at the top of the house providing a double bedroom + ensuite, and a lounge with kitchenette. Treetops has a double, a twin bedroom and bathroom upstairs, and a lounge/dining room with separate kitchen downstairs. Weekly bookings run from Saturday to Saturday during the summer holidays. Special offers are available. Lynmouth is an unspoilt village situated on the north coast of Devon, within the Exmoor National Park noted for it's natural beauty and unspoilt landscape. This is the perfect place to go up onto the moor and catch glimpses of the red deer and the wild Exmoor ponies, and explore Devon and north Somerset. The Victorians named the area "Little Switzerland" which is an excellent description of the terrain. Lynmouth and Lynton are linked by the unique water powered cliff railway, another place to admire the beautiful views. Leaving the shops, tearooms and cafes of Lynton behind, you will find the Valley of Rocks, home of buzzards and the wild but docile goats. There is a good selection of eating places in both villages, and the local area. Check in is available from 4pm. If you are likely to arrive at a different time we be grateful if you could let us know.
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- Car parking available onsite
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Nice place to stay
Very pleasant stay at this B&B.
Made very welcome and the views over the Lyn valley and West Lyn river very dramatic after the heavy storm. Nice place to eat in Lynmouth was the Rising Sun pub near the harbour. Lovely scenic walks on coastal path.
Stay at Countisbury lodge Nov 2013
We had a lovely relaxing stay at Countisbury lodge which is set in a beautiful and peaceful location.
The breakfast was great and the owners very friendly (as was their pet cat!) Would definitely recommend.