Holidays to the Exmoor National Park

A sparsely populated upland of hilly open moorland and wooded valleys, Exmoor is a remnant of a Royal forest and hunting ground in Somerset and Devon, south west England. Exmoor’s 34 mile long shoreline is wild and remote with some of the highest cliffs in England (314 metres (1,030 ft) at Culbone Hill). The coast offers little opportunity for vehicular access but the South West Coast Path allows walkers to explore this spectacular coastline – vertigo sufferers beware!

The moor, dotted with round barrows, standing stones and hill forts, has shaggy Exmoor ponies grazing on the higher slopes.

Where to stay

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Hotel & Guest House Collections

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Cottage Collections

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Things to do

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Information Centres

npt-icon-16 Dulverton National Park Centre
7 – 9 Fore Street, Dulverton, West Somerset, TA22 9EX
Dulverton TIC | 01398 323841

npt-icon-16 Dunster National Park Centre
Dunster Steep, Dunster, Minehead, West Somerset, TA24 6SE
Dunster TIC | 01643 821835

npt-icon-16 Lynmouth National Park Centre
Lyndale Car Park, Lynmouth, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6EX
Lynmouth TIC | 01598 752509

npt-icon-16 Combe Martin Tourist Information Point
Combe Martin Museum, Cross Street, Combe Martin, Devon, EX34 0DH
Combe Martin TIC | 01271 889031

npt-icon-16 Lynton & Lynmouth Tourist Information Centre
Town Hall, Lee Road, Lynton, Devon, EX35 6BT
Lynton & Lynmouth TIC | 01598 752225

Exmoor National Park Authority

Exmoor House, Dulverton, Somerset TA22 9HL | 01398 323841

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