Exmoor is a National Park situated on the Bristol Channel coast of south west England. The park straddles two counties, with 71% of the park located in Somerset and 29% located in Devon. The total area of the park, which includes the Brendon Hills and the Vale of Porlock, covers 267 square miles (691.5 km2) of hilly open moorland and includes 34 miles (55 km) of coast. It is primarily an upland area with a dispersed population living mainly in small villages and hamlets. The largest settlements are Porlock, Dulverton, Lynton, and Lynmouth, which together contain almost 40% of the National Park population. Lynton and Lynmouth are combined into one parish and are connected by the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.

Exford is a rural village at the centre of Exmoor, 7 miles (11 km) north-west of Dulverton, and 10 miles (16 km) south-west of Minehead, in Somerset, England.

Situated on the B3224, the main route across Exmoor. Exford is a small village ideally situated for walking, fishing, shooting, hunting, horse riding or simply relaxing. Exford is generally regarded as being at the very centre of Exmoor National Park.

The centre of the village surrounds a traditional village green with a children’s play area, Post office, General Stores, Two Country Hotels both with restaurants & traditional bars serving good ale & hearty bar food. Also a very pretty C of E Church just outside of the village.

Although only approx  30 from M5 you are in the Heart of the Exmoor National Park. More detailed directions on request.

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