Exploring Exmoor

When you base yourself at Town Mills in Dulverton you have access to Exmoor which is unique as a National Park by having over 35 miles of coastline including the highest sea cliffs in England.

Enjoy a drive or walk over the Moors and, if you are lucky, you will come across herds of red deer, Exmoor ponies (http://www.exmoorponysociety.org.uk/) and a multitude of flora and fauna.

Visit some of our wonderful seaside towns including Porlock (http://www.porlock.co.uk/), Lynton and Lynmouth (http://www.visitlyntonandlynmouth.com/) or go further afield to Bude (http://www.visitbude.info/)

Other towns within driving distance include the historic market town Dunster (http://www.dunster.org.uk/) which has a castle well worth seeing and of course both Exeter and Taunton are just an hour’s drive away. In the right season you can also enjoy racing at both Exeter (http://www.exeter-racecourse.co.uk/) and Taunton (http://www.tauntonracecourse.co.uk/)


Other great places to look at are:

Exmoor Attractions (http://www.exmoorattractions.com/ The Exmoor to Sea Association of Visitor Attractions has 23 members situated in and around the Exmoor National Park in West Somerset and North Devon, all selected by the Association for their quality and value for money.

Exmoor Falconry (http://www.exmoorfalconry.co.uk/) A falconry centre in the heart of Exmoor, with falconry days and hawk walks, fully organised activity breaks, bed and breakfast, and horse riding - PEACEFUL, TRANQUIL, CHARMING, RELAXING, HOMELY AND WELCOMING! AMAZING GARDENS.

Active Exmoor (http://www.activeexmoor.com/) For the more adventurous experience on Exmoor.

Barle Valley Safaris (http://www.exmoorwildlifesafaris.co.uk/) Our spacious 110 Land Rover takes leisurely trails of discovery through steeply wooded valleys, by clear rushing rivers and over the dramatic windswept moors.

The National Trust (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/) will give you details of all the wonderful houses and gardens close to Dulverton.