The Rising Sun

The Rising Sun in Lynmouth, Devon, United Kingdom | Hotel

Welcome to The Rising Sun, Lynmouth, England, United Kingdom.
The Rising Sun is an award winning 14th Century thatched smugglers inn overlooking a tiny picturesque harbour and Lynmouth Bay with its stunning backdrop of the highest hogback cliffs in England, and situated on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, where herds of deer, wild ponies and birds of prey roam free.
All of the rooms are comfortably appointed and possess a charm and individuality seldom found in modern Hotels. Fabrics and furniture add to the olde worlde charm of a 14th century inn, while features such as TV's, telephones with data ports, hairdryers and kettles provide the modern comforts.
Many of the bedrooms of The Rising Sun Hotel have half-tester beds and were refurbished by international designer Suzanne Lansdell of "Pour La Maison" in London, combining the latest design fabrics with traditional elegance within a 14th century ambience, assuring our guests of an unforgettable romantic experience.
A most interesting feature of the Hotel is Shelleys Cottage named after the poet, it is widely believed that Percy Bysshe Shelley spent his honeymoon there with his 16 year old bride Harriet in 1812.
Shelleys Cottage has lost none of its romance and now consists of a double bedroom with half-tester bed, sitting room, private garden with quite spectacular views and is ideal for those wanting something extra special.

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Harbourside, Lynmouth, Devon, England, United Kingdom
United Kingdom
+44 (0)1598 753223
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