Exmoor National Park covers some 267 square miles and has a wide variety of landscapes including moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland. With over 600 miles of footpaths and bridleways, some of the country's finest long distance routes pass through this National Park, making it a great place for walkers and mountain bikers alike. The Exmoor pony is a horse breed native to the British Isles and some still live a semi-feral existence within the park. Evidence of human occupation exists from the Mesolithic times onwards and there are a great deal of undisturbed archaeological sites and monuments and probably many more yet to be discovered. Existing settlements often go back hundreds of years and the oldest known buildings date from the medieval period, some as far back as the 1300s.
Postcode - TA24 7QA
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