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National Trust unique village wiithin the Holnicote estate
Porlock is a coastal village in Somerset, England, 5 miles west of Minehead.
Porlock is well loved by visitors to Exmoor, offering an authentic view of traditional village life in this beautiful part of the world
Selworthy was rebuilt as a model village, to provide housing for the aged and infirm of the Holnicote estate
An ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens
Fully restored 18th-century working watermill
At the end of North Hill looking out towards Porlock.
Located within Watchet Harbour which has a centuries old tradition.
Discover Somerset and lose yourself in fifty acres of lakes, temples, cascades, tranquil woodland walks.
At the top of Porlock Hill, one of the steepest in England. Exmoor ponies are often grazing here.
First opened in 1874 as the terminus and headquarters of the Minehead Railway
Offers 20 miles of heritage railway through stunning Somerset countryside.
Tudor manor house, beautifully restored in the 1920s.
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Intriguing Regency house and impressive collection of horse-drawn vehicles.
The charm of Selworthy is the wonderfully preserved thatched cottages and the historic All Saints church.
Wimbleball Lake is one of Exmoor’s most popular tourist attractions
A very unusual beach, with lots of irregularly shaped rocks covering it. Excellent spot for fossil hunting
Below the cliffs of the harbour town of Watchet, low tide exposes a vast flat, rocky area.