Things to do around Coulscott

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  • If you can bear to leave Coulscott there are tonnes of places to visit and things to do.

  • If you can bear to leave Coulscott there are tonnes of places to visit and things to do.

Perfectly situated two miles from Exmoor’s Heritage Coast with spectacular views across a privately owned valley, Coulscott is less than a mile from the village, the Tarka Trail and the South West Coastal Path. Within the 12 acre grounds available to our guests there are many tranquil areas where one can sit and read or just simply relax and take in the stunning views.

The village, famous for having the longest High Street in the Country boasts 2 small supermarkets, cash points, petrol stations, post office, garage, chemist, bakery, a fish and chippy and numerous eateries some overlooking the beach and harbour.

Coupled with the many fetes, carnivals and colourful events that take place throughout the summer you will find plenty to occupy your time if so inclined.

Spectacularly beautiful, awe inspiring, Exmoor and just half a mile from our gates! With over 700 miles of footpaths and bridle ways, tumbling waterfalls and rivers, heather topped hills the Park looks beautiful whatever the time of year. The Victorians christened it Little Switzerland and as you travel through it is possible to see wild ponies, birds of prey, red deer and ancient horned sheep amongst other things.

Situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there are excellent beaches such as Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton as well as many other visitor attractions just a short car ride away.

North Devon has a fantastic coast line ranging from the highest cliffs in England to what is said to be the country’s best beach.

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Places to visit

Places to visit

Places to eat

Places to eat

Beaches

Beaches

Events

Events