Watersmeet House and Tea Garden (Lynmouth, Devon) Reviews
Newest Review: ... park close by on the A39, and take the short but steep 10 minute walk down to the house, or you start from Lynmouth and amble alongside the stunning East Lyn River (45 minutes - 1 hour), the riverside setting is fantastic, with a beautiful waterfall to stand and admire. The tea garden is great, friendly staff, and a great selection of light bites like pasties, toasted sandwiches, a massive selection of cakes and my personal favourite - the cream tea! And what a cream tea it is - at £4.95, its not the cheapest BUT you get two huge scones - mine were still slightly warm, and perfectly moist and loads of clotted cream and Jam. You get a choi... more
Customer Watersmeet House and Tea Garden (Lynmouth, Devon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/07/12 (Useful, 24 readings)
Watersmeet House and tea garden, close to Lynton and Lynmouth on the North Devon coast of Exmoor, is a must-visit destination. Set in a deep river valley, full of lush greenery and with walks to enjoy in every direction, it really cannot be rivaled for a perfect rest spot. Whether you park close by on the A39, and take the short but steep 10 minute walk down to the house, or you start from Lynmouth and amble alongside the stunning East Lyn River (45 minutes - 1 hour), the riverside setting is fantastic, with a beautiful waterfall to stand and admire. The tea garden is great, friendly staff, and a great selection of light bites like pasties, toasted ... Read the complete review
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