Wrap up warm and enjoy Exmoor this winter. There are plenty of great indoor attractions for when the weather’s bad, and if you do brave the great outdoors there are plenty of places to warm up and enjoy a well-deserved bit of food and drink afterwards, like the Exmoor Beastro.
Culture and heritage
Explore the wilderness of Exmoor, with its landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland. There’s plenty of history in the hills and trips to Dunster Castle or Cleeve Abbey are great reminders of how the area’s past lives on today.
Local specialities like Exmoor Jersey Blue cheese and cider can be found across the region and are well worth a try. And you’ll also find plenty of great little pubs, cafés and independent delis and restaurants, serving delicious local produce.
Sport and outdoors
Exmoor’s a fantastic place to get active. Go to the national park for activities like cycling, kayaking, horse riding, mountain biking or coasteering. Or, pull on your walking boots and explore the miles of footpaths and bridleways, taking you through woodland, rivers and moorland.
Music and nightlife
You'll find some lovely traditional pubs in Exmoor to while away the evenings. We recommend trying the Pebbles Tavern, Dolphin Inn and Badgers Holt Inn. Head to the bigger towns outside of the park for a more lively night time scene.
You’ll find a good selection of shops in Minehead, Dulverton and other towns. The smaller shops are one of the best things about the region, giving you plenty of options for when you’re looking to pick up a souvenir or take away some local produce.
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