Where to stay

Escape to a rural retreat and camp under the stars, or indulge in a luxury hotel with panoramic views of the coast. Live like a local in self-catered accommodation, or enjoy the ease of a welcoming B&B. Exmoor has something to suit all tastes and budgets.

Explore the links below that will take you to the information you need on our Partner site Visit Exmoor, the official tourism site for Exmoor National Park, the Quantocks and the Coast. Packed full of inspiration and ideas it is the best place to plan a holiday to Exmoor.

bed and breakfast

Bed and Breakfast

A comfy bed and a hearty breakfast -  just the job to set you up for exploring Exmoor 
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Simonsbath House


Explore the great range of hotels on in Exmoor and the Quantocks  
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self catering

Self Catering

Find the perfect place to stay. From farm cottages to seaside flats.

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Everything from a fully equipped lodge to a farmer's field..

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Click here for information on wild camping and roadside parking of campervans

Exmoor National Park Partner members

The following businesses, which include many accommodation providers, have successfully joined our National Park Partner scheme demonstrating a commitment to both looking after this special area and helping you get the most out of your visit.


The GreenTraveller guide to Exmoor shows visitors how to make the most of the area in a way that has a low impact on the environment and a positive impact on the region’s economy, local communities and natural landscape. The guide features over 50 recommendations of where to stay, eat and what to see and do in the area.

Our Land

You can also find holdiay information for Exmoor on Our Land. Each product listed has been selected because it promises to tell you the stories of the landscape through its food, buildings, history, people and wildlife. Written by the people you’ll meet during your visit  and carefully screened by local field-experts. You can be sure that by having an Our Land experience, you are protecting rural communities, as well as other much-loved features in our landscapes.