Two historic market towns steeped in history, pannier markets, shopping for the whole family.
The coast at Combe Martin is dominated by the Hangman Cliffs, Britain’s tallest sea cliffs. At low tide the beach reveals golden sands – the perfect place for a traditional English seaside holiday.
A vibrant market town close to the iconic Tarr Steps, sits at the confluence of the rivers Barle and Exe. The town boasts excellent cafes, tearooms and a unique shopping experience.
Simonsbath and Exford are charming villages located in the heart of Exmoor and surrounded by stunning moorland scenery.
Medieval Dunster is about 30-minute’s drive from Lynton & Lynmouth. Dominated by the historic castle, it is a treasure trove of Exmoor history and heritage.
Minehead is often referred to as the gateway to Exmoor and has long attracted visitors and families to its coastal location.
Exmoor’s chocolate box villages of Allerford and Selworthy feature charming thatched cottages and coastal views, near Porlock in West Somerset.
South Molton is the gateway to Exmoor and a delightful market town.
In North Devon’s main town of Barnstaple you will find traditional high street shops, restaurants, bars and cafés. Hire a bike and take a trip on the Tarka Trail, alongside the scenic estuary.
Woolacombe is a lively coastal village with a friendly, laid-back atmosphere, just 40 minutes from Lynton & Lynmouth.