Your Questions Answered
Do you accept children?
We do not consider the guest house suitable for young children as there are a series of steps from the car park and an unguarded fish pond. Well behaved older children are welcome but we do not have a family room and the full price applies regardless of age.
Do you allow smoking?
Lee House is a completely non-smoking establishment and we kindly request you respect this, in consideration of the comfort of other guests. Smoking is permitted in the garden; please ask us for an ashtray.
Can you cater for my special diet?
We pride ourselves on offering an extensive breakfast menu, so there is always something for everyone. Full English and Full vegetarian cooked breakfasts are offered as standard, with lighter options also on the menu. We cater for vegan, dairy free and gluten free diets and are the only accomodation provider in Lynton to be listed on the Ceoliac UK website.
As some specialist food items can be difficult to source in the countryside, it is helpful if you can advise us of any special requirements prior to arrival. Please feel free to contact us to discuss your dietary requirements so we can ensure we have the best choices avaiable for your stay.
Do you cater for groups?
We are happy to accept groups staying for three nights or longer.
What are the coordinates for my satellite navigation system for Lynton?
The satellite navigation coordinates for the centre of Lynton are N 51:13:48 W 03:50:27
We enjoy an internet based treasure hunt game called geocaching. Are there good opportunities for geocaching in the Exmoor area?
Exmoor has a number of geocache sites with no less than 3 in the Valley of the Rocks. Lynton is an excellent base to enjoy exploring Exmoor and North Devon. We can provide Ordinance Survey maps of Exmoor and North Devon to assist you.
Do you have free parking facilities?
Yes we offer free parking to guests and have a private car park, with a space for each room, at the rear of Lee House.
Do you have facilities for the disabled?
Lee House was originally built as two Victorian villas in the 1870's, then converted into one building over 50 years ago. The construction and location of our guest house may cause difficulties for guests with limited mobility or visual impairments and the building is unsuitable for wheelchair users. We are, however, happy to discuss your particular requirements before a booking is made, so please feel free to contact us for more information
Do you provide evening meals/where can I eat in the evening?
We do not serve evening meals as there are lots of great restaurants, pubs and cafes within easy walking distance of Lee House. In fact you'll be spoilt for choice!
We will send you a list of some of our favourite eating establishments when you book. We can also make further suggestions or reservations for you on request.
When are you open?
Lee House is open from mid March until the end of October.