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Natural, Undeveloped Beauty
Poor public transport
In a nutshell
Where the hills and rivers meet the sea.
Most of what happens after dark here in Lynmouth happens behind closed doors, most summer visitors preferring early starts and early nights, whilst the locals tend to use the pubs up top (ie in Lynton). This leaves a small hard-core of drinkers, mostly those of us in the hotel trade who have just finished work, with an odd local farmer thrown in, to congregate in the bar of The Rising Sun Hotel until the small hours.
This late night activity inevitably involves copious amounts of alcohol as we wind down from the day's exertions, aided and abetted by Tony, our amiable landlord, who is quite fond of a beer or two himself.
Dress Code: No strict dress code, though in the earlier stages of the evening some modicum of smartness expected - but as the night progresses..............
Written Dec 27, 2006
Address: Harbourside, Lynmouth
Phone: 01598 753223
It may seem a strange place to think of as a sufing destination but autumn here in Lynmouth, with its big 10 metre tides backed with a southwesterly wind, provides some of the best surfing in Britain. OK, perhaps as a "dude location" the local bars are not geared up for the "apres surf" activies that perhaps Newquay has to offer but the tide is good and the water works.
Check out the site below, though some disagree!!
Equipment: The water is COLD so wet suits are a must - bring your own!
Updated Oct 16, 2006
Address: Lynmouth Bay