With special thanks to: Channel Events, Croft and Cottage, Dunkery Beacon Country House, Exmoor Adventures, Exmoor Magazine, Exmoor National Park, Exmoor White Horse Inn, Highcliffe House, Lee House Lynton, Mill Meadow, Allerford Museum, Stockham Farm, Surfside Kayak Hire, The Tantivy, Withypool Tea Room, Woods Bar & Restaurant.
"Why did no-one tell me how beautiful it is?" is the comment overheard most often in these parts. The sheer drama and loveliness of our landscape often belies description, so come and visit Exmoor and see for yourself. We'd love to welcome you.
From towering cliffs and rocky beaches to soft heather-clad hills, green valleys and crystal-clear rivers and streams, there's a whole photo album's worth of stunning views to admire. See the famous Exmoor ponies up on the moors, take a trip on a steam train or a Victorian Cliff Railway and walk a myriad of ancient trails, long-distance routes and scenic pathways. Settle down to enjoy a refreshing drink, delicious cream tea or hearty supper from locally grown Exmoor produce. And, after dark, discover a star show unlike any other and you'll understand why we were the first Dark Sky Reserve in Europe. Escape the Everyday on Exmoor.
Things to do around Exmoor and the Quantock Hills
Celebrate Exmoor’s delicious food food and drink with a wide range of places to dine and experience our wonderful local produce.
Not sure what to do on your Exmoor visit?
Let us inspire you with our most popular experiences
We offer some real adrenalin raising experiences for the daring as well as some more gentle pursuits.
For those who like a challenge try, Mountain biking on the Quantocks Hills or Coasteering along the rugged cliffs of Exmoor.
For something those with a more laid back way of life take a walk along the miles of beautiful footpaths or cast off in some of our varied fishing locations.
Enjoy a warm West Country welcome in Exmoor and the Quantock Hills