Dunster is thought as being in a very time warp because it has preserved medieval history with over two hundred historical buildings on its registrar. This country village is home to the Dunster Castle and has several different places of interest for couples to get pleasure from whereas on vacation in Exmoor. With a fine list of tea rooms, shops, museums, book stores, cafes and restaurants to go to, Dunster exudes history and a charm of its own.
Exmoor is additionally one among the foremost standard places for life enthusiasts. It's far-famed for its wild ponies at the Exmoor moorlands and conjointly Quantock Hills. Guests will get pleasure from the steam railway, a tour of the glass industrial plant, the Brewhouse Theatre Taunton and also the imperial Theatre in Minehead, the Exmoor Walking pageant, an Airshow at the Minehead Summer pageant and also the Porlock Arts pageant. Coastal area unitas are busy with kayaking, fishing, canoeing and swimming.
The coastal villages of Minehead and Combe Martin offer couples many fun days in the sun. With fossil beaches and a rock pool beach to explore, Kilve Beach at Minehead and Combe Martin's Beach are not to be left out while visiting Exmoor. This stretch of coast land is special for many reasons. It overlooks the cliffs making it impossible to say no as photographers yearn for as much time as possible to capture special memories.
Finding a place to stay while visiting Exmoor is never a problem as there is an abundance of quiet historic guest houses, B&B's and luxury hotels to enjoy. The Old Rectory Hotel sits high on the cliffs overlooking the coastal waters and makes for an enjoyable hike through the three acre gardens to the beach. Enjoy relaxing amidst the 200 year old vineyards that exude Georgian charm while staying at what was originally a rectory in the 1700's.
The luxurious Imperial Hotel in Barnstaple overlooks the River Taw. It has traditional Edwardian style and is furnished comfortably with 63 bedrooms to choose from, which are tastefully decorated with a mixture of traditional and modern decor. The menu offers a delicious selection of meals made from locally grown produce.
Paracombe, another of Exmoor's quaint villages, is home to the Alcombe House Hotel. Another of the area's fine luxury hotels located in Exmoor, it was built in 1780. The Alcombe House Hotel retains its original charm and the rolling hills surrounding Paracombe call out to visitors for hiking and horse-back riding. With many peaceful holiday retreats in Exmoor, you will wish you scheduled more time to explore this lovely area.