Things to do…



Whether you want to get lost in the valleys, hike along the country’s oldest bridleways, or seek out Exmoor’s famous stags, there is no better land to ‘explore’.



Strap into a Land Rover and ford Exmoors famous rivers in search of wild Red Deer, Exmoor Ponies and other wildlife including Buzzards, Kestrels, Herons, Kingfishers, Foxes & Hares.

Days out


North Devon & Somerset are spoilt with timeless little villages that stand out for their shear uniqueness. From Clovelly to Lynton, Dulverton to Porlock, there are so many wonderful places to visit and enjoy.



There are so many fantastic and varied walks across Exmoor, from thick woodland, to open plains and coastal paths. Find out all you need to know here.



For the eager surfer, the North Devon coastline has it all; low-tide barrels at Croyde, mellow rights at Saunton, and clean breaks sheltered from the winter storms at Putsborough.



There are a number of beautiful golf courses in the area. We are close to the great links courses of Saunton Sands, Royal North Devon, Ilfracombe, and the leafy courses of Highbullen and Tiverton.



Road cyclists and mountain bikers will rejoice in the traffic-free roads and unspoilt singletrack, and perhaps the best family option, electric bikes!

Horse Riding


Ride over heather clad moorland, through ancient oak woodlands, along tumbling river valleys or through some of Exmoor's unique farmland. You will get closer to nature when riding on a horse.



Put on a wetsuit, buoyancy aid and helmet and you are ready for a coasteering adventure! Take in the stunning Southwest coastline from a totally different view point with Xtreme Coasteering.



Fly-fishing in Exmoor is one of the region’s best-kept secrets. With fishy rivers like the Exe, Barle, Lyn and Taw, you are never far away from great water!

Dark Skies


Exmoor National Park is home to some of the darkest skies in the country so it's a great place to gaze at the stars. So why not take the time on Exmoor to look up and rediscover your sense of wonder.

Lundy Island


In a place of wide spaces and big skies, without roads, cars or pollution, simply walking around Lundy Island is a profound pleasure. Lundy has a milder climate than the mainland, with more sunshine and less rain.


Let us create bespoke adventures for you

Of course what a lot of us love doing more than anything is planning something unique ….a private triathlon that finishes with a big marquee party in the middle of the moor maybe….or having a fleet of electric bikes dropped of at Heasley and then picked up at Dulverton after you’ve all had a massive lunch at Woods….or just a good old fashioned wedding.

We can cater for small or large groups, inside or outside, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Let us know your ideas so we help you plan your dream Exmoor adventure!