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Walks: Exmoor accommodation

Exmoor National Park is 267 square miles of rural bliss. Ancient oak woodlands in deep valleys. Sweeping moorland with stunning views. Exmoor has incredible rugged coastline including the highest sea cliffs in England. Exmoor National Park contains a host of activities for all tastes and interests. Exmoor also has a vibrant cultural event packed calendar. Exmoor National park was formed in 1954. The park is run by the Exmoor National Park Authority - To conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the National Park; and - To promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the special qualities of the Park by the public.

Snowdrop Valley

Exmoor's Snowdrop ValleyEach spring a valley in Exmoor erupts in a blaze of white snowdrops. A pleasant walk will take you up and down the valley which is accessible directly from Wheddon Cross or via a park and ride scheme that operates. This is just one example of the beauty of the region. Events like this happen throughout the year. Hedgerows splashed with waves of colour from primroses, foxgloves and a host of other wild plants.
Exmoor's Snowdrop Valley

Hartnells 4 star bed & breakfast accommodation is close to Exmoor, as well as being ideally located for walks through the Quantock and Brendon Hills.

Hartnells accepts well-behaved dogs.

 

 

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