Close to both the beautiful sandy beaches of the Exmoor Heritage Coast and the wilderness of the Exmoor National Park, our Club Site at Minehead has wonderful sea views. The lovely location unfortunately makes it unsuitable for caravans.
Minehead town is a mile and a half down the hill. It is Somerset's largest seaside resort, with a long sandy beach.
Its May Day celebrations include the intriguing, traditional Hobby Horse.
The West Somerset Steam Railway station is in the town. The line goes through 20 miles of stunning coastal and countryside scenery.
Dunster is a pretty medieval town. The Castle dates back to 1086 and is now managed by the National Trust.
Exmoor National Park has a Visitor Centre at Dunster. It is an ideal place to start exploring the moor on foot.
Tropiquaria Animal and Adventure Park includes The Radio Museum and Shadowstring Puppet Theatre.
Porlock Weir is accessible along the coast path. It has a harbour beneath wooded cliffs. Culbone - the country's smallest church - is here.
Porlock village is famous for its steep hill. In the past, horses would pull cars up it.
Butlin's Somerwest World makes a good day out with children.
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