If you are visiting the area and looking for pub walks around Lynton and Lynmouth on Exmoor then we are already on the same page, literally.
Route 1 - Lynton Circular Pub Walk
Our First walk is a circular 3km 50 minute walk around the pubs in Lynton on Exmoor, To view the route exactly click on the interactive map at the bottom of the page.
This Lynton pub walk is a circular so can be started at any point in the circle, the Lynway is a 10 minute stretch of woodland walk between The Crown and The Cottage Inn that is revisited twice but with such beautiful views across the Bristol Channel this really is no chore.
Please always remember that all pubs in The Lyn Valley and others on Exmoor open at different times, often based on season, in low season hours are low and hours increase dramatically, check opening times of all venues before adding to your route.
Directions can be obtained from the interactive map but here are some highlights of this walk.
The Lynway - 10 minute stretch 0.9km
A woodland walk between The Cottage Inn in Lynbridge and The Crown Hotel in Lynton, the path runs behind bed and breakfast accommodation and cottages through beautiful woodland, once on the path its just a little up and down but there is a short section of steep road either side so perhaps this section is not ideal for people with access difficulties.
If walking from Lynbridge to Lynton you will find that scenery opens up as you are going, when almost at Lynton the scenery is stunning with an elevated view over the top of the lower part of Lynton and out over the Bristol Channel.
The Lynton Mooch
Between the Crown Hotel - Queens pub and Sandrock you walk through the stunning little Village of Lynton, along the route you will pass cafes, gift shops, Architectural places of interest such as Lynton Town hall and The Cliff Railway. The Arts and crafts centre is a really interesting visit also, positioned to the left of Lynton town hall.
Charlie Fridays Coffee shop is not a pub as such so not added on the map but this is a great spot for an extra pint, its loved by locals and tourists alike and has a really funky vibe, its based between the Crown and Queens.
A section of walk between the Sandrock and Cottage Inn, its another aspect of the view over Lynton out to the Bristol Channel, imaging waking up to that view from one of the houses on the hill above you, on a bright day its really quite something.
Below is an interactive map showing all venues and paths mentioned above, please click on here for further directions if required.
Pubs have been hit the hardest since the start of Covid, due to their size and running costs, to make sure as many remain open as possible please make an effort to support not just the ones listed here but all across the United Kingdom.
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