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There’s a romance to the Exmoor coast that’s hard to top: the poet Shelley felt it, bringing his bride to Lynmouth on honeymoon, and wooded valleys inland breathe life into the tragic tale of Lorna Doone, with locations in Oare and Badgworthy Valley.

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Hiker tent plus two people £10 per night, caravan or camper van from £12 per night (from £15 serviced); holiday caravans from £280/£330 per week for four-/six-person units.

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Address: Channel View Caravan & Camping Park, Manor Farm, Lynton, North Devon, EX35 6LD
Tel: +44 (0)1598 753349
 

Why we've chosen Channel View Caravan Park

There’s a romance to the Exmoor coast that’s hard to top: the poet Shelley felt it, bringing his bride to Lynmouth on honeymoon, and wooded valleys inland breathe life into the tragic tale of Lorna Doone, with locations in Oare and Badgworthy Valley. Channel View, a quiet family-run site, is well placed for exploring these spots and has its own charm and green appeal recognised with a David Bellamy Conservation Award. Tree-sheltered pitches nestle in the moor above Lynton, with views of the Bristol Channel below – climb nearby Summerhouse Hill for transcendental panoramas in both directions along the hogbacked coast.

Location

Channel View Caravan Park, Exmoor, England
Nearest train station: Barnstaple

Directions from station:
The nearest railway station is Barnstaple. From there, take the 310 bus to Barbrook, and then walk along the A39 to find the campsite. Regional Route 51 on the National Cycle Route also goes towards the campsite.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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