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EXMOOR HOLIDAYS

A patchwork of landscapes, beauty and beasts

Visit Exmoor

A stunning array of plunging valleys, moorland landscapes and coastal delights, Exmoor provides plenty to admire and enjoy. Enjoy everything from picturesque market towns and pretty villages to rugged terrain that’s perfect for adrenalin junkies. Whether you’re looking to relax or get active outdoors, there are activities to suit everyone, from hiking and climbing to gentle strolls in serene surroundings.

Exmoor Cottages

If you’re looking for accommodation to complement your visit to the area, our Exmoor holiday cottages provide the perfect base. We have a range of options from large family-friendly houses to cosy cottages.

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Devon Holiday Parks

If you’re looking to visit Devon with your family, why not check out one of our wonderful selection of holiday parks? With cosy accommodation and lots to do, there’s plenty to keep everyone happy.

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Top walking holidays in Devon

Devon is one of the best spots to experience an exhilarating walking holiday in the UK. It’s no surprise it’s known as a walker’s paradise, as this captivating location displays some of the finest scenery in not only the South West but the UK as a whole. With so many walks to choose from, we have selected some fantastic routes in Devon to give you a sample of the walking experiences on offer.

10 best Devon locations to photograph

We all do it – we see a beautiful piece of countryside or coast and think: “I've got to take a photo of this.” Whether we're uploading to our Instagram accounts, saving it to Facebook or simply keeping it to show friends and family exactly where we spent our time, we're all guilty of a snap or two! And when it comes to beautiful areas, there aren't many more picturesque than Devon.

A majestic moorland

An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Exmoor National Park offers some of the UK’s most awe-inspiring views. Explore the wild terrain of the East Lyn Valley, where 19th century novel Lorna Doone was set, stroll the ancient streets of Dunster, or visit picturesque Lynton and Lynmouth. The nearby Valley of Rocks, which can be reached via the South West Coast Path, provides stunning views of the Bristol Channel over to Wales.

Head to the moors to see local wildlife, including Exmoor ponies and red deer, while Exmoor Zoo is home to the “Exmoor beast” (a melanistic leopard) and other exotic animals. Other things to do include climbing Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor’s highest point, enjoying a cream tea at Tarr Steps, and sampling Exmoor Ales or craft Exmoor gin at a traditional pub in the area.

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