Country House Hotels in Exmoor
Europe’s first Dark Sky Reserve, Exmoor was designated a National Park in 1954. Exmoor was chosen as a National Park in order to protect its stunning landscape of moorland, woodland and valleys, its iconic wildlife and unique history. On the rugged north coast the twin towns of Lynton and Lynmouth are connected by an unusual Victorian water powered cliff railway.
And what could be better after a hike across the moor or a stroll through the spectacular ‘Valley of the Rocks’ to admire the wild, but friendly goats, than to take off those boots and retire back to one of Historic UK’s hand-picked selection of country house hotels.