Exmoor, which became a National Park in 1954, has a great variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. As you explore Exmoor you will find moorland and woodland, combes and farmland, and a stunning coastine with high cliffs plunging into the Bristol Channel with views across to South Wales.
You will also find plenty of bolt holes, with a great selection of cosy pubs, restaurants and tearooms, many featuring the local Exmoor produce and of course superb Devon Cream Teas.
Around Exmoor you will find plenty of opportunities for walking, horse riding or cycling on the excellent path network, allowing you to get out on to the moor to experience the flora and fauna, with a number of sites declared as being of Special Special Scientific interest.
Ask us about activities and walking routes available on Exmoor.