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Shelleys - A 'Hotel Of The Year'
Lynmouth, Devon

 

 
Description
 

'Hotel of the Year: sophisticated newcomer with bags of style, in beautiful location overlooking Lynmouth Bay.’ Grant yourself poetic licence, stay where the 19th century English romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley honeymooned in the summer of 1812. Established for well over 200 years, Shelley's takes its name from the famed 19th century English romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, who honeymooned at the cottage, then known locally as Mrs. Hooper's Lodgings, during the summer of 1812 with his child bride, Harriet Westbrook. Shelley's is an award-winning hotel which commands spectacular, breathtaking sea views across Lynmouth Bay. The hotel itself has been sympathetically refurbished to create a warm, friendly and welcoming ambience. We have lovingly restored it to a very high standard throughout while under our personal supervision it has developed its own unique character, elegance and style that come only from attention to detail and precise service. You are our valued guest and our aim is to make your stay with us, a truly memorable time. Shelley’s is located on the main road in the centre of the village, close to Glen Lyne Gorge and overlooking Lynmouth Bay. Please unload luggage at the drop-off point in front of Shelley's before parking. The hotel offers en suite bedrooms and early/late check-in and check-out.

 
Rooms From
 
£99
 
Number of Rooms
 
11
 
Contact Details
 

8 Watersmeet Road
Lynmouth
Devon
EX35 6EP
England

 
 
 

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