Exmoor National Park straddles the north coast of Devon and Somerset with some of the most staggeringly beautiful landscapes imaginable.
From Minehead in the east to Combe Martin in the west, the Exmoor National Park straddles the north coast of Devon and Somerset.
Deeply wooded valleys with cascading streams and waterfalls, the South West Coastal Path over the highest sea cliffs in England and the magnificence of the open moor stretching out as far as the eye can see. The diversity of Exmoor is unparalleled.
There are measured walks to suit everyone, many start from the front door of Highcliffe House. Escape to the beauty of Watersmeet with its waterfalls or marvel at the magnificence of the Valley of Rocks. Or within a short drive west to some of England’s best beaches and burrows at Saunton, Croyde, Northam or Woolacombe.