Gateway to Exmoor


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Exmoor National Park

There is plenty to see and do in the Exmoor National Park.  The scenery is breathtaking with such a diversity of views.   There are 267 square miles of open moorland vivid with purple heather in summer, ancient wooded oak valleys and arable farmland with historic beech hedges.   Hilltops provide stunning views on fine days and the sheltered valleys provide protection from the elements in less clement weather.

Hundreds of miles of tracks, bridleways and country roads will enable you to explore all the delights that Exmoor has to offer.  There are a number of national hiking, walking and cycling routes across Exmoor including the South West Coastal Path and the Macmillan Way. Visit the Dunster Estate web site for more information and maps. Walks information
There are so many picturesque villages to discover from Selworthy, with it’s distinctive white-washed church to Allerford, with it’s old pack horse bridge.  The Exmoor National Park visitor centre is located in Dunster, and is a useful resource for those wishing to plan days out.

Dunster Estate & Exmoor National Park