Situated in the picturesque village of Lynton, this friendly bed and breakfast offers homely accommodation and friendly service in a scenic and tranquil location.
There are 7 bedrooms at Rockvale, 6 have an en- suite bathroom and one has a private bathroom.
The facilities are excellent, and include a Freesat TV, DVD player, hairdryer, clock radio alarm, and a complementary hospitality tray for making hot drinks.
Two and three course evening meals are available at 7pm in the evening, with an excellent menu available. Please see our website for full details.
Breakfast is served in our dining room between 8.30am and 9.15am, and guests have a choice of breakfasts from the extensive menu:
Our own hens provide free-range eggs, however occasionally the eggs will be supplied by the nearby Cobley Farm.
Free WiFi access is available in all of the guest bedrooms. Check in from 3pm, check out by 10.30am. A travel cot is available for a small charge, please mention this when booking.
Short breaks are available - please enquire directly for the best prices and availability, as special deals may be on offer.
The small cliffside town of Lynton is a popular destination with holidaymakers all year round, with picturesque views and quaint villages.
Just a short walk away from the bed and breakfast are a number of convenient amenities, including restaurants, Post Office, Tourist Information Centre, tea rooms, cinema and a craft centre.
The Lynton and Lynmouth connects the two towns, and runs regularly. It is also a tourist attraction, and powered entirely by water.
Rockvale is situated up a small lane off Lee Road between the Town Hall and Lyn Valley Craft Centre opposite the Costcutter supermarket. Follow the drive up past Lynton Cinema, Rockvale is at the top.
WARNING WHEN USING ROUTE PLANNERS OR GPS: The lanes either side of the Town Hall are both called Hollerday Drive and both have postcodes EX35 6HQ, however Rockvale is on the left side of the Town Hall. Some Route planners and GPS systems attempt to direct you up the road on the right of the Town Hall, this does not lead to Rockvale.
When travelling towards Lynton down the M5, many Route Planners and GPS Systems direct you to leave the motorway at Bridgewater (M5 J23). Although this is an excellent scenic route, it is narrow and winding, goes through a number of villages, and has a very steep hill at Porlock. Many of our guests prefer the longer but simpler route from M5 J27 along the A361 and A399 then follow the A39 to Lynton. Although a little further, much of the distance is on a dual carriageway.