Exmoor National Park

Exmoor National Park has 287 square miles of beauty.

 

Open sweeping moorlands, ancient and deep wooded combes and valleys, rolling hills and meandoring rivers and streams. Exmoor has culturel events, theatre, country events, traditional fetes and more throughout the year.

Exmoor is famous for its Exmoor Ponies and Red Deer. The rutting season is a popular time to explore the moor.

The Coleridge Way

The long distance path passes through Wheddon Cross and Sundial House makes the perfect stopover point on your journey.

We can transfer your bags for you to your next stop for a charge of £15.00.

If you prefer not to carry your luggage and to stay in one place, why not stay at Sundial and use the Moor Rover service to drop you off and pick you up at each point. That way you can come back and relax and enjoy our fabulous hospitality each night.

Exmoor Activities

With over 600 miles of paths, tracks, and bridleways you can enjoy Exmoor up close and personal.

Exmoor is a haven for cyclists, riders and walkers alike. For the more relaxed simply wander amongst the regions preserved towns and villages.

  • Explore Dunster with its castle, Yarn Market and listed buildings.
  • Take a trip to Lynton & Lynmouth and the surrounding Coast
  • Take in an Exmoor Safari
  • Explore the villages of Porlock, Selworthy, Winsford, Exford
  • Take a trip on the West Somerset Steam Railway

What's on Exmoor

 

August 

- 9th - Exford Show

- 12th/13th - RNLI Minehead Harbour Festival.   Lots of activities for the whole family, including bands, fireworks and the famous raft race across the bay

- 18th - Dunster Show

 

 

 

 

 

September

- 2nd - Porlock Carnival

- 6th -12th- Flying Scotsman visits West Somerset Railway

- 29th/30th - Porlock Oyster Festival

 

 

 

 

 

 

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