A place to escape to, recognised as one of the best locations for walking in Europe, be amazed by it’s dark skies full of stars totally free from light pollution (Europe’s first International Dark Sky Reserve) and be thrilled with the road cycling, good enough to host the Tour of Britain. On Exmoor it is still possible to find tranquility and peace as well as rediscover your sense of adventure.
Pictures courtesy of Exmoor National Park.
An amazing variety of landscapes, from glorious open heather-topped spaces where you may catch a glimpse of the wild red deer or the iconic Exmoor ponies (Britain’s oldest native horse), to spectacular coastal views, deep wooded valleys and fast flowing streams. Exmoor is home to a spectacular variety of wildlife, including plants that grow nowhere else in the world, such as two species of Whitebeam tree.
Enjoy delicious local food in historic village pubs - The Black Venus at Challacombe, Hunters Inn at Heddens Mouth or The Rock Inn at Brendon. A Devon cream tea in a cosy tearoom garden at Lynton & Lynmouth or National Trust Watersmeet.
Explore Exmoor’s Past. Enjoy a ride on the Lynton and Lynmouth cliff railway or find ancient standing stones from the Neolithic and Bronze ages and Roman forts at Martinhoe.
There is something for everyone on Exmoor, from cycling, walking, fishing, horse riding, exploring historic sites, enjoying good food to just taking in the view!
Using ancient byways inaccessible by car, the Land Rover will take you over the picturesque, rolling countryside on a 3 hour tour. Bring your cameras to capture the elusive red deer and wild ponies of Exmoor.
The Exmoor National Park’s website has an extensive events calendar listing everything from garden openings, special interest walks (often guided by a National Park Ranger), festivals, concerts, workshops, boat trips etc. http://www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/enjoying/events
Escape and enjoy the pleasures of the countryside. Delightful cottages nestled on a farm. Friendly animals, ride the pony. Watch the cows milked. Sandy beaches Woolacombe & Croyde. Walk to local pub.
Two 4* Gold, light & spacious cottages offer peace & comfort. Dine al fresco on decking / splash in jacuzzi bath (Thatch) or gather all in front of a log fire / round the kitchen table (large cottage)
Spacious 4* cottages set in unspoilt countryside overlooking the sea - minutes from the golden sandy beaches at Woolacombe, Saunton & Croyde and a short walk from Lee Bay and the Grampus village pub.
Secluded 2 bedroom cottage surrounded by countryside with outstanding views over Exmoor. Abundant wildlife. Farm trail. Close to the coast. Garden, play area. Woodburner. Dogs welcomed. Short breaks
Idyllic setting in the Exmoor foothills. Traditional 300 acre family farm. Cottages furnished and equipped to a high standard, offering rural charm, cosy woodburners, enclosed gardens. Wildlife lake.
Escape to this beautiful, award winning Medieval Longhouse (beams & log fires) tucked away on a Jacob sheep farm on Tarka Trail near Exmoor, with walks from the doorstep, quality en-suite rooms & WiFi
Escape to a peaceful Exmoor Valley and rewind in one of our charming 4* cottages set beside a trout stream, or Caffyns Halt with spectacular south facing panoramic views of Exmoor all have real fires.
Country fare at its best in peaceful surroundings on our traditional farm near Exmoor. Comfortable old stone farmhouse nicely secluded but readily accessible. Hearty meals using homegrown meat & veg
Friendly accommodation overlooking Exe Valley, convenient for exploring secretive & romantic Exmoor and only a short drive from dramatic coastlines. Enjoy country pursuits and leisurely cream teas.
Enjoy a taste of country life at our peaceful old farmhouse. Award winning breakfast is a real treat with plenty to chose from.Pretty bedrooms, all ensuite; twin,double or king-size beds.
Home-made bread and marmalade with breakfast sets you up for the day exploring Exmoor, Lynmouth, Doone Valley and surrounding villages.