Woody Bay

Visit Woody Bay

Just west of Lynton, Woody Bay (known as Wooda Bay until 1901) is a beautiful and secluded beach situated below an ancient oak woodland area. The rock and pebble beach is reached by a fairly steep winding path, and there is a stream which flows down the hill. The area is a birdwatchers paradise, and there are amazing coastal walks to be taken. There is plenty of holiday accommodation around Woody Bay from camping grounds to romantic B&Bs.

Driving take the A361 towards Barnstaple, and then the A39 through Lynton and the follow signs for Martinhoe and Woody Bay.

d you Know? Woody Bay Railway Station originally opened in 1898 and closed in 1935. It has now been restored, and is a popular visitor attraction

This beach is…

Dogs friendly all year round
Off the Beaten track

Getting There

Nearest Train:
Map of Woody Bay

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