The Seawood Hotel
Lynton, Exmoor National Park, Devon
Seawood House was built in 1843, as a private summer villa for a wealthy business family.
It remained in private use until 1903 where the deeds first refer to the house being used
as a hotel. The building has gone through a number of updates and improvements since
that time reflecting the requirements of it's customers. The building was grade 2 listed
in 1992 where particular note was made of it's Georgian symmetry combined with the Victorian
The hotel today is ideally positioned for those that enjoy peace and quiet but want
also to be close to town and the facilities
Access and Parking
The hotel is easily accessed by road with parking available in our car park and on the street
As we are North East facing, the sun hits our terrace first thing in the morning. Many
guests enjoy breakfast outside. In the summer months, we serve teas, coffees and cakes outside on the terrace all day
which is heated when needed.
We are licensed to sell drinks for 24 hours a day. We have a well stocked bar with a
selection of wines, beers and spirits. Our guests come and join us in the bar
to realx before dinner
Dinners are served every evening in our dining room, we serve food that is locally sourced
and of the highest quality. We have a choice of five starters, five main courses and five desserts.
We cater for special diets such as gluten free and vegetarian, however, due to our remoteness
we do ask to be notified in advance.
Between Easter and the end of October, dinner is available every night, outside of these
months, pre-booking is required
The lounge is situated at the Countisbury end of the building and is a quiet relaxed room that is
available for our guests to use. Wi-fi is available here
In the cooler evenings, we light a real fire for the enjoyment of our guests
Whether you a walking party or have a special celebration, we are able to cater for you,
please contact us to discuss your requirements
The Seawood Hotel, North Walk, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6HJ, Email Seawood@btconnect.com
Website by Kerinda Green