Europe’s largest conservation charity. Around Exmoor we look after landscapes rich in wildlife, the wild coastline, a castle home and a house full of collections
The National Trust is Europe’s largest conservation charity. On Exmoor they look after landscapes that are rich in wildlife, a wild coastline, a castle home and a house full of collections.
Watersmeet: This area is where the lush wooded valleys of East Lyn and Hoar Oak Water meet the wild moorland of Kipscombe and the dramatic cliffs of Devon’s most northerly point, Foreland Point. At the heart of the valley is Watersmeet House, a 19th-century fishing lodge, which is now a tea garden and information point.