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Hollerday House, Lynton.


The house proudly sat at the top of Hollerday Hill, with views across Lynton and Lynmouth Bay.

It was built by George Newnes in 1893 and burnt down in 1913 three years after his death. The remains of the house were demolished by the army during the Second World War and much of the stone re-used was reused to rebuild Lynmouth after the 1952 flood.

All that is left now are a few stone walls hidden in the undergrowth.

I like to think that my drawing is of the ghost of the house and was drawn from a few blurry photo's of the burnt out shell, I hope I have done it justice.


This print is printed to order, it will be sent directly to you from the printers, so please allow 3 to 4 weeks for delivery.


Available in 2 sizes

A4+ - 23.5 x  31.2 cms

A3+ - 31.2 x 44.5 cms


Hollerday House giclee art print

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