To the north and north-east of North Devon is Exmoor National Park, a stunning open moorland which covers a large part of the region. With beautiful landscapes, dramatic coastline and peace and tranquillity not found in many other places, Exmoor has grown into one of the most loved National Parks in the country. Home to the rare Exmoor Pony, the park is a firm favourite with visitors looking to stay in cottages in Exmoor.
Why visit Exmoor?
One word; beauty. Exmoor is one of the most beautiful places in the South West. Inland you will find uninhabited moorland stretching out in every direction. Along the coast is equally as pretty, with places like the Valley of Rocks demonstrating the dramatic beauty of this area.
Things to do in Exmoor:
Aside from exploring Exmoor by walking or cycling, there is a great range of things to do. Jump on a horse and explore the area by saddle, or head to one of the many picturesque rivers for a spot of fly-fishing. Don’t forget to take a trip to some of the many towns and villages in Exmoor, too.
Why stay in an Exmoor cottage?
The best way to experience Exmoor is to stay right in its heart. We have a great selection of cottages across the area, including some stunning luxury properties, so no matter which part you want to explore, you can stay close to the action. What better than to have the beautiful moorland or coastline right on your doorstep?
Three must see things in Exmoor:
- Head to Lynton and take a walk through the Valley of Rocks, a stunning natural rock formation carved out of the landscape. Try to spot the mountain goats scampering about too!
- Snowdrop Valley is just that, a secret valley filled with beautiful snowdrops. February is the best time to visit
- Learn more about the endangered Exmoor Pony at the Exmoor Pony Centre in Dulverton