Useful Links

Useful links related to Exmoor

The Exmoor National Park web site has a wealth of information, reports and publications related to the conservation and enhancement of the National Park. For further information go to

The Exmoor Tourist Association is the main tourism association for Exmoor and runs this website for tourism businesses in Exmoor. To find out more about the association go to its page on this site.

The Quantock Hills AONB website also has plenty of information on how to enjoy this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For more information visit

The Exmoor Society is a registered charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of Exmoor National Park. For further information go to

The Exmoor Magazine is a quarterly magazine providing stories about those that live on the moor and its surroundings. It is well worth subscribing to. For more information go to

The Exmoor Trust is a registered charity dedicated to supporting the communities in the Greater Exmoor area  and protecting their environment. More information can be found at

The Perambulation of the Forest of Exmoor is a long-distance walk and a good test of stamina. 31 miles around the original boundary of Exmoor Forest takes you across open moorland, into deep valleys and along quiet country lanes. There is the option to do half the walk. For more information go to

The West Somerset Railway recaptures the era of the branch line country railway in the days of steam through 20 miles of glorious Somerset scenery. For further information on their events go to

The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway is a narrow gauge railway near Woody Bay offering steam train rides along its picturesque track. For more information go to

The Porlock Tourist Association has a wide range of accommodation, activities, events and places to eat on its comprehensive web site at

The Exmoor Pony Society was set up in 1921, largely by local breeders and enthusiasts, to ensure the continuation of the true, pure-bred Exmoor Pony and to overcome its many threats. To find out more go to

The North Devon and Exmoor Walking Festival offers a wide range of guided walks in early May each year. Find out more about what you are walking through with our friendly and knowledgeable guides. For more information go the the festival website at

The Two Moors Music Festival is Classic FM's Festival in the South West that uses rural churches as venues across one thousand square miles of Exmoor and Dartmoor. For more information go to

Everything Exmoor is a free encyclopaedia, built by the community and business of Exmoor offering information on every aspect of life in the Exmoor National Park. It gathers knowledge of Exmoor in one place and signposts readers to web sites containing more detailed information. For more information go to

Local Transport. For information on transport throughout Exmoor and the surrounding areas go to

Rhino Car Hire offer car hire throughout the UK including all international airport that serve Exmoor and the surrounding area, go to

1st Call Exmoor Taxis est 1992. 4 or 7 Seater taxis available. Call 07826 212 511. For prices, bookings & online payments go to

Dulverton Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre gives visitors a taste of old Dulverton, a main exhibition which changes either annually or every 2 years plus a varied programme of short term exhibitions. The shop has a variety of souvenirs and local crafts.

For Dutch speaking visitors, this website gives lots of information on walking in the UK and this area.

Webbers Commercial Property Services have a wide range of commercial property on their books. If you are looking to buy or sell a hotel, B&B, self-catering property, pub, caravan park, shop or other commercial enterprise then, for friendly advice and details call Webbers Commercial on 01271 347888, Fax 01271 347882 email: or visit their web site at

Equine Tourism is the place to visit ff you'd like to bring your horse on holiday to stunning Exmoor National Park, is full of places to stay with your horse, details of events, shows, workshops and clinics, comprehensive editorial sections with riding and area information and a host of equestrian businesses and individuals in the area. This website also contains The British Horse Society South West region and is supported by The Exmoor National Park Authority.