Where to Stay
There is an abundance of accommodation on Exmoor with something to suit all tastes and budgets.
From peaceful rural retreats, great camp sites, B&Bs and guesthouses to top hotels, you are assured of a warm welcome. Much accommodation is pet-friendly, so your dogs and horses can holiday with you!
Many hosts use fresh local produce on their menus. If you are self-catering on Exmoor, farm shops and retailers often stock local produce so you don’t have to miss out.
The Visit Exmoor website is 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 holdiay to Exmoor.
If you are looking for accomodation you will find information on
The Visit Exmoor site also includes ideas for top experiences on Exmoor, great days out, activities and much more. It is run by Exmoor Tourism Association with support from the National Park Authority and other local partners.
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 for where to stay, eat and what to see and do in the area.
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.