Lee House, 27-28 Lee Road, Lynton, Devon. EX35 6BP telephone: 01598 752 364 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A view of Lee House with other Victorian gentlemen's residences along Lee Road in Lynton. Lynton and Lynmouth grew and thrived as a holiday retreat for the Victorian elite and still retains much of the character and charm of that period.
The Valley of Rocks has spectacular scenery with several paths that take in different views. If you have never visited the area before then this is certainly the Lee House recommended first place to explore.
Feral goats inhabit the Valley of Rocks, and you can often see them on the most precarious rocky outcrops searching for the most succulent grasses.
The cricket ground set on the floor of the vally has been voted the most beautiful cricket ground in England. On mid summer days this is the ideal location to watch the game.
One of the most photographed and identifiable features in the area, Castle Rock is one of the peaks that many visitors feel they need to reach the top of.
The Devil's Cheeswring is mentioned in the novel 'Lorna Doone' by Richard Doddridge Blackmore as the location of the cave where Mother Meldrum lived.
A half fallen rock leaves a gap in the shape of the silhouette of a woman known as 'The White Lady'. This is most clearly seen from the road as it leaves the Valley of Rocks on the way To Lee Abbey.
Exmoor ponies roam wild in the Valley of Rocks and can often be found grasing in small groups.