Out & About

Home to an abundance of wildlife and breathtaking scenery, it is the only area in England (the other being Scotland) where herds of shy, red deer live in the wild. Equally cherished, native Exmoor ponies will often be seen alongside footpaths and bridleways throughout the National Park, which is carefully protected to preserve their habitat.

The rocky cliffs and bays of North Devon contrast with seaside resorts and wide sandy beaches at Woolacombe, Putsborough, Saunton Sands and Croyde Bay. There are also several National Trust properties, gardens & castles, historic villages and thatched cottages where a real clotted cream tea makes the perfect end to your day’s exploring.

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Wiveliscombe

Oxenleaze Farm caravan park is only 10 minutes drive (6mls), outside of the historic little town of Wiveliscombe, which has that romantic charm of a quiet traditional English village.  Local shopping facilities include – a small supermarket (open late, most days), Post Office, butchers, chemist, newsagents and several pubs etc.

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What to see

Nearby places of interest include: Tarr Steps, Dunkery Beacon, Selworthy, Minehead, Doone Valley, Lynton, Lynmouth, the Valley of the Rocks, medieval Dunster with its famous castle, Cleeve Abbey, the West Somerset Steam Railway, Knightshayes Court & Gardens & Tropiquaria.

Taunton is only 25 minutes away and has all amenities including shops, cinemas, theatre, golf courses, museum, cricket ground and racecourse, etc.

In fact something for all tastes!

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Local Activities

There are a great variety of things to do locally – walking, riding, sailing, sightseeing, windsurfing, touring or trout fishing (we are close to Wimbleball Lake and Clatworthy Reservoir).

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