For those that like to spend their time touring the area, all of Exmoor National Park is within very easy reach as are the coastline villages of North Devon and Somerset and a visit to Exmoor National Park’s Information Centre in Dulverton is recommended.
A little further afield, the coastal town of Minehead is only 15 miles away where you can find the West Somerset Steam Railway offering trips along its coastal line to and from Bishops Lydeard. Also, within easy driving distance is the stunning North Somerset and Devon coastline taking in Porlock, Lynton, Lynmouth as far as Ilfracombe and Woolacombe. All along this coastline there are some fantastic walks and views to enjoy.
If you are keen on walking, cycling, horse riding or fishing …. look no further than Brompton Regis!
Wimbleball Lake offers excellent facilities for fishing, sailing, rowing and other outdoor pursuits. It has an activity centre for tuition in watersports, a children’s play area and a tearoom which is open during the Spring and Summer months. For ramblers, there are many local walks around the lake, over Haddon Hill and across the village all with stunning scenery. For the horse rider, there are many bridleways that are off the beaten track and keen cyclists can enjoy quiet country roads, even in the tourist season, and the occasional hill!
Rest assured, whatever your interest, Lyn will be determined to make your stay here one that you will fondly remember.
Exmoor National Park has much to offer and is a great place to get away from it all.
We are just 5 miles from Dulverton, the gateway to Exmoor, which is home to the Exmoor National Park Head Office and has a very informative Heritage Centre where you can discover the history and culture of the area. Also, within easy reach, is the village of Dunster with its famous castle and Yarn Market set at opposite ends of an historic high street.