Exmoor and places of interest

Easy distance from many local attractions.

This Part of Somerset is a delight, surrounded by lovely national trust villages, beautiful coast line and contrasting moorland.

The choice between the bustling holiday town of minehead which offers a promenade leading to the start of the southwest coastal path, Sandy Beaches, pleasure gardens, shops and many restaurants and evening entertainment also various trips can be taken on the West Somerset Railway. Then we can offer you the beauty of the Quantock Hills and surrounding picturesque villages that you may only see on postcards.

Allerford famous for the Packhorse Bridge and the Old School where youngsters can experience life as a Victorian. Selworthy is surrounded by Chocolate box cottages and a glorious church and village green where you can enjoy a cream tea.

The medieval village of Dunster with the Yarn Market and its fairytale Castle is a vocal point to this area and dates back to the 11th century, it also provides the wide beach which links into Watchet harbour and maritime museum which is known as Blue Anchor Bay.

A little further you have the scenic toll road across the moor into Devon across Lynton and Lynmouth where the steam of the watersmeet.

Exmoor has 267 square miles of stunning panoramic views from Exmoor’s coast to countryside and is an ideal location for a family holiday a last minute romantic break or a holiday packed with heritage.

Wonderful park with very friendly and helpful management. Great pool and absolutely spotless caravans/site. 10/10!