This diverse and historical landscape will satisfy all levels of leisure walkers at any time of the year. This idyllic location has a wide variety of wildlife including wild red deer and the native Quantock ponies. The hills offer popular cycling routes, most notably the "Greenway Route". We have designed a spot the animal game for the kids to take with you whilst you enjoy the beautiful senery.
West Somerset Railway
Crowcombe Heathfield station is just a short walk away from our park, where you can sit back and relax on Britain’s most famous heritage railway. Take a journey of discovery through 22 miles of stunning scenery from Bishop Lydeard to the costal town of Minehead.
We have several beautiful beaches in the vicinity of our park, Dunster is the nearest.
Exmoor National Park
Exmoor is an attraction not to be overlooked with its stunning landscapes, wilderness and tranquillity.
South West Coastal Path
This path stretches from Minehead to the shores of Poole Harbour in Dorset; it is the best way to enjoy the wonderful coastal scenery and local wildlife and of course, a pub lunch!
There are plenty of opportunities for fishing enthusiasts in our surrounding area, ranging from carp to sea fishing with boats regularly running from the coastal towns of Watchet and Minehead.
Golf courses of both 9 to 18 holes are available within close proximity of our park.
For anyone who would like to discover Exmoor on horse back, there are many riding schools within the local area suitable for all abilities.
Other places of interest
The mysterious Somerset levels, Glastonbury, Wells, Cheddar Gorge, Minehead and the market town of Taunton.