Many are attracted to Exmoor’s quiet and tranquil setting but that certainly doesn’t mean there’s nothing to do here. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break away or an active holiday for you and your family, Exmoor has something for everyone.
Exmoor’s landscape is magnificent in all seasons and with over 600 miles of rights-of-way, walkers really are spoilt for choice.
Whether you’re looking for a hike across wild open moorland, a coastal walk or just a gentle village stroll, Exmoor has something for everyone.Read more
With panoramic views and steep valleys to climb, Exmoor has a real variety of cycling routes.
Whether you’re just wanting to enjoy the peaceful country lanes or climb to the highest point at Dunkery, there are itineraries for all abilities.Read more
With its wooded and open valleys, Exmoor is the ideal setting for exceptional clay shooting.Read more
A ride on Exmoor will definitely enable you to get closer to nature by enjoying the spectacular views and experiencing its wildlife.
Whether you opt for a ride on the breathtaking heather clad moorland, through woodlands or along beautiful river valleys, the views are always magnificent.Read more
Abundant wildlife, remarkable scenery and beautifully clean water makes Exmoor a great area for fishing the rivers and streams. Permit fishing is available on the East Lyn, the Barle and the Exe with a number of pools and reservoirs.
Sea fishing can also be enjoyed along much of the spectacular Exmoor coastline.Read more
Places to visit
Exmoor’s abundant and diverse places to visit keep visitors more than happy. There’s an endless choice of historic sites and glorious gardens, through to family attractions and unspoilt countryside & coastline.
We have newly refurbished ensuite rooms suitable for individual and group bookings. The Royal Oak makes for the ideal overnight stop or base for experiencing what Exmoor has to offer.Find out more