Places of interest: Exmoor, Dunster,
Dulverton
, Porlock, Lynmouth, Lynton ...

 
Dulverton

This Exmoor holiday cottage is located within the National Park’s boundaries.

Dulverton lies 6-10 miles to the South. This popular gateway to Exmoor has the Heritage Museum for children and an array of shops where you can purchase most of your needs in this small busy village.

Dunster is a medieval market town with a wonderful castle of Civil War importance; a major tourist attraction.

Dunster Castle
On the moor there is an abundance of wildlife amongst the heather, herds of Exmoor ponies, red deer, cattle and sheep
Exmoor view towards Porlock
Exmoor ponies
Those interested in historic monuments and archaeology can find many Cairns, Long Stones and Iron Age hill forts, with Tar Steps being only a short distance away.
Tar StepsTar Steps
The picturesque village of Winsford is only 3 miles away, with a pub, tearooms, village shop and church.
The roundup of the wild herds of Exmoor Ponies can be watched in October each year.
Roundup of wild ponies
Antler man at Hawkridge
WatersmeetBeautiful coastal scenery

The ‘Antler Man’ at Hawkridge is worth a visit, to see what can be produced from antlers found in the forest.

The moor is broken up by the rivers Exe, Barle and Lyn amongst others. Watersmeet is a beautiful spot with its National Trust shop and tea rooms which have a lovely view. There are many pretty paths along each of the Exmoor rivers.

There are breathtaking coastal walks to great pubs at Porlock and Lynton.

Porlock harbour
Lynmouth Harbour

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