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 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.