2017 Intermediate Exmoor and South West Coast 1

29th Apr -3rd May 2017 (Sat - Wed)
4 Nights - £480

SINGLE ROOMS WITH NO SUPPLEMENT!

This holiday is based in the centre of the picturesque medieval wool trade village of Dunster within Exmoor National Park and only a short distance from the coast near Minehead. Our walks will take us into some of the most beautiful areas of Exmoor National Park where pretty Exmoor ponies and red deer can be spotted if we are lucky. This landscape is recognised for its tranquillity and remoteness. We will also head out to walk along the stunning nearby coast and will hope to seek out probably some of the best cream teas in England en route! This delightful area is rich in ancient woodlands, tumbling streams, wildlife and traditional farming and an ideal area for wonderful walking. Some of the walks will be straight from the front door, others will be a short taxi ride away.

The family run Yarn Market Hotel is recommended for its comfort and welcoming staff.  Based in the very centre of the pretty village of Dunster you can easily explore its many attractions which include the National Trust’s 11th century Dunster Castle set on a small hilltop. The village is easy to find, parking is free and lifts from Taunton station may be possible.

Price includes: 4 nights full board accommodation; transport to walks. Single ensuites available if you book early – no supplement

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  • Chrissie Amey says:

    Hello from Chrissie, your guide for this holiday. I am so looking forward to leading this holiday again. Why? We are based in the buzzy little village of Dunster, set on the edge of Exmoor. In one direction the rolling wild moorland with its deep wooded combes, in the other direction the Brecon Beacons across the sea. What a combination! Against that backdrop we have the comfort of the friendly Yarn Market hotel with pubs and cream teas within spitting distance along with the imposing NT Dunster Castle. My pleasure is in sharing all this with you.

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