Exmoor Holiday Accommodation
Regardless of your leisure interests - whether you want to be active or just enjoy the open space - Farm Stay holiday cottages and B&B's provide a welcome respite at the end of a long day!
From prehistoric standing stones and Roman fortifications to pony-trekking and painting, Exmoor is a fascinating area to explore on holiday. For walkers there are over 600 miles of footpaths so you really are spoilt for choice! Animals roaming the heather moorland include red deer, sheep, cattle and the infamous Exmoor ponies...
The Exmoor part of the "South West Coast Path" runs from Minehead-Combe Martin, and comprises of both high moorland meeting the sea, and also "coombes" - deep and steep valleys, often wooded.. Or imagine yourself walking back in history by exploring the country of Lorna Doone.
Rosemoor RHS Gardens, located in North Devon, near the town of Great Torrington, is inspirational, and sure to delight all who visit. Rosemoor provides tourists staying on Exmoor with an excellent day out, it is worth a visit not only in early summer when the roses bloom, but at any time of year.
The "21 Mile Drive" is a scenic figure of eight drive around the beautiful 'Little Switzerland' area of Exmoor National Park. The route takes in Lynton & Lynmouth, the Heddon and Brendon Valleys, Woody Bay, Valley Of Rocks and Watersmeet. A breathtakingly dramatic drive along cliff edges with lots of viewing points and through deep valleys, with some lovely walks and stunning vistas to enjoy along the way.
Dotted around the beautiful countryside of Exmoor, you'll find small farm shops selling unique local produce as well as tearooms or cosy, friendly pubs serving local ales and food specialities sourced from nearby, where you can refuel before returning to your cottage. Here you can relax in the high quality Farm Stay accommodation, while soaking up the stunning scenery on your doorstep and appreciating nature at its very best.
If you'd like to discover Exmoor, then why not book a break at one of Farm Stay's holiday cottages or B&B's today?