[Skip to Navigation] | [Skip to Content]


All Destinations UK Devon Exmoor

Its ribbon of romantic coastline and lush green interior make Exmoor a county of contrasts, brimming with wildlife and year-round visitors.

Guests can take their pick of seaside towns on a map, walking the 37 miles of coast path (or part of it), which stretches from Combe Martin in the west to Minehead to the east, stringed with beaches and inlets the whole way along. Stop off at Lynmouth's rocky harbour, where a wooded valley meets the sea, to munch fresh fish 'n' chips on the quay, or ride the unique Victorian water-powered cliff railway, which still takes passengers up and down. Minehead's beach, 'The Strand', has rock-pools and a café for classic seaside days out.

Walking through the green miles that make up Exmoor National Park, patient visitors wait to spot some of the resident wildlife, all of whom make the most of the moorland, woodland, coast and streams. Red deer and Exmoor ponies quietly graze, and butterfly conservation is a local concern: spot the monitors charting their growth. Guided walks and trails are the best way to get an introduction to all the species that live here, or just lace up your boots and head out with a pair of strong binoculars, to see what you might find.

Browse properties in Exmoor


[Top of Page]


We use a small number of cookies on our site to enable functionality including Google Analytics. By continuing use of our website you consent to their use.

No cookies contain any personal information but they are necessary for the use of our site. See our Cookie Policy for more information about what cookies are used.