– Things To Do –

There are many beauty spots and attractions Exmoor has to offer.
Here are a few of our favourite you might like to visit during your stay.

Over 500 miles of way marked walks in the Exmoor National Park including a section of the South-West coast path. The Coleridge Way from Nether Stowey to Exford is suitable for walkers and riders, covering 36 miles of countryside. Take a stroll along the River Barle at Tarr Steps. There is a beautiful circular walk up then down the river of about 3 miles. Don’t forget to get an ice cream afterwards! Try lunch or dinner at Tarr Farm Inn for delicious locally sourced food.

River, reservoir and still waters.

Horse Riding
There are plenty of bridleways across woodland and moorland on Exmoor, check out the Exmoor National Park website for routes.

Excellent trails in woodland and small roads. Get active with Exmoor Adventures! Hire an e-bike and explore some of the woodland trails around Horner and Webber post.

The farm is a haven for wildlife including birds and deer. In February there are loads of snowdrops in the woodland areas. In May there is a beautiful bank and woodland area full of Bluebells.


There are Blue flag beaches within 6 miles of the farm.
Dip your toes in the sea at Dunster Beach (pebble), Minehead Beach (sandy) or bath in the crystal clear water at Lee Bay (a 30 minute scenic drive along the coast road to Lynmouth and beyond, through the Valley of the Rocks).

Rainy day activity with the kids? Visit Doniford Farm Park for soft play and fury friends. Tropiquaria has animals to see and various play areas, based near Watchet. Further afield a great day out is Quince Honey Farm, at South Molton. Closer to home is the West Somerset Railway, offering trips to Bishops Lydeard by steam.

Minehead, an unspoilt town offering beaches, West Somerset Railway, shopping and a funfair.

Nutcombe Bottom and Wimbleball Lake have family cycle trails and outdoor adventure play areas within 5 miles of the farm.

Exmoor Pony Centre, caters for children offering taster sessions to find out more about this endangered breed, and go out for a ride.


The medieval village of Dunster – just 5 miles away is the famous village of Dunster, with it’s iconic yarn market and castle, it’s a lovely place to visit. Try lunch at Tessa’s Tea Rooms or for something extra special; Reeves Restaurant.

Clicket – the lost village of Exmoor is situated in the valley of the farm with ruins of a village from the Victorian era.

National Trust Houses of Arlington Court, Knightshayes and Dunster Castle

RHS Gardens at Rosemoor

Tarr Steps near Winsford

Cleeve Abbey

West Somerset Railway

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Based on 22 reviews
piotr augustyn
piotr augustyn
30 September 2022
Unbelievable place
John Eastwood
John Eastwood
17 September 2022
Very pleasant experience
Helen B.
Helen B.
3 September 2022
Liked: location, basic but excellent facilities, delicious home cooked pizzas Disliked: nothing
Helen P.
Helen P.
2 September 2022
Liked: We stayed in the bell tent with 4 of us and a dog. The plot is self contained with shower, toilet and washing up area which was great for my hubby and eldest child who aren't campers! On a clear night the low light pollution enabled us to see the milky way, shooting stars and Andromeda! The field next to us wasn't being used and the other field only had one or two campers so we felt like we were on our own! I've not heard such peace and quiet before!! The dog loved it. I've not seen her so relaxed away from home before! With a teenager and a tweenager the lack of signal or electricity to charge was a huffing matter but they coped, with the help of our battery pack which is essential if you need to check weather or things to do. Best to do that before you arrive! With the recent heatwave we were unprepared for the cold of the position. The wind whips up from the valley up the hill to the site so take jumpers and jeans for the evenings and mornings!! We didn't get much sleep as the tent rubs on the beds as it flaps. The beds are up against the side of the tent with no room to move but is better if you position pillows at the corners to stop the squeeking noise. The tent flaps around generally, but nothing you can do about that! We started to get used to it after a few nights! If you have tall people the single camp beds are small both in length and width so better for small children or non wrigglers and the mattress is very thin so I'd advise you to take extra duvets for padding. We think the site is great and the owner is lovely. The location is within easy reach of the beach and Exmoor. What more could you ask for?! I'd taken some walks to do as we'd been to the area before. Careful on the lanes as very narrow and locals come tearing down them, some without slowing down!!
Karen D.
Karen D.
22 August 2022
Liked: Fabulous views Very peaceful Large pitches Pizza on Saturday evening was delicious! Lovely walks and cycle routes directly from the campsite
Carli T.
Carli T.
10 August 2022
Liked: Stunning view Hot showers + compost toilet Pitch size Fire pit
2 August 2022
Liked: Amazing views. Clean tidy facilities.
George G.
George G.
1 August 2022
Liked: We liked everything, the wilderness of this camping is amazing, the field itself, the grass, the view across the hills, woods and sea. The toilets and showers are new and clean, we loved it. There are water taps at each camping pitch. the pitches are divided by un-cutted grass. The scenery is absolutely stunning. The owners make an amazing stone baked pizza and delivered hot to your tent with a really good price (8£ per pizza). They can supply you with wood logs and steel fire pit. Overall an amazing magical camping site, quiet and with basic comfort in order to experience a true wild camping. Disliked: nothing
Nathaniel Williams
Nathaniel Williams
26 July 2022
Absolutely lovely cottage stay
David C.
David C.
22 July 2022
Liked: Beautiful peaceful location with excellent facilities. Lovely hot shower! Disliked: Having to pack the tent away