These businesses raise funds for CareMoor for Exmoor – helping to keep Exmoor special for future generations. To read more about CareMoor, the donation scheme run by Exmoor National Park Authority, visit www.exmoor-nationalpark.gov.uk/caremoor
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Exmoor National Park Centre, Lynmouth
Find your Exmoor – expert advice, local information, interactive displays, film theatre and more.
Our Centre offers information and inspiration to get the most out of your time on Exmoor.
The Ramblers Rest Tea Room
This tea room at County Gate on the A3( between Porlock and Lynmouth) is rapidly becoming a favourite for locals and visitors. The location overlooking the coast and the moor is amazing and it’s the perfect place to stop for a relaxing drink, tasty cake or lunch. Cyclists, walkers, dogs all welcome. During summer 2023, the tea room is open 7 days a week!
It’s run by Antony and Jessica Chipperfield who are passionate about Exmoor and help raise funds for CareMoor for Exmoor, helping to keep Exmoor special. They are an accredited National Park Partner and put Exmoor at the heart of all they do and have a stock of free leaflets about the National Park for visitors.
Pop in and say hello!
Exmoor Distillery Ltd
Discover Our Multiple Award-Winning Spirits – Produced with a quality over quantity ethos.
Distillery tours also available.
Court Farm Holiday Cottages
Court Farm, Exford has three well-equipped self-catering holiday cottages, all of which are dog-friendly. Whether you are into walking, horse-riding, cycling or just looking for a relaxing rural break, Court Farm Holiday Cottages provides the perfect base from which to explore and discover the wonders of Exmoor National Park. Exmoor is also home to the darkest skies in England and we have been accredited as Dark Sky Friendly by Exmoor National Park so if you are into stargazing or just want to see the Milky Way in all its glory check out our stargazing page.
Porlock Visitor Centre
Offering information and advice to all looking to learn more about Porlock Vale; walks, things to see and do, where to eat and what’s on. Sales of locally produced crafts and free informational leaflets on Porlock Vale and Exmoor.
Channel UK Events CIC
Here at Channel Events our aim is to run engaging and accessible lifestyle events that drive lifelong, self-led participation in physical activity in the outdoors. We are driven by the belief and research that regular physical activity in the outdoor environment has massive physical and mental health benefits. We deliver outdoor events, not only because they are an awesome thing for you to participate in but because it is about much more than just event day, it’s a lifestyle choice. Setting yourself a goal which then leads to regular physical activity, enjoying the outdoors, joining clubs, meeting new people and training for the event makes positive changes in peoples lives. From the moment you enter one of our events you’ve made a lifestyle choice and what a great choice you’ve made, we look forward to seeing you on the start line!
Channel UK Events CIC is a Community Interest Company (CIC) incorporated in October 2018 – A community interest company is a business with primary social objectives whose surpluses are principally reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community. Channel Events has always been and will continue to be not-for-profit, firstly as a project of Channel Adventure and now as its own entity.
Dan Brice heads up Channel Events and is completely passionate about every event we organise and deliver. Dan came to the Channel Group 3 years ago bringing the successful Quantock Quake with him, this event is now the finale of The Triple! Through Dan’s passion and drive we are delighted to have incorporated Channel Events as a CIC and look forward to the trail ahead!
Our events could not happen without the amazing support of our Volunteer Tribe! We are very grateful to every single one of them for donating their time to help us deliver fantastic events for you. We do of course look after them as best we can with social events, merchandise, breakfast and drinks on event days. Interested in giving something back to a sport you love, or just have some free time? We are always looking for more volunteers to join the tribe!
Be a warrior by entering an event, become one of the tribe or both!
We’d love to meet you
Moor Wild Experiences
Wild Foraging, Dining Experience, Guided Walking Holidays, Navigation and Survival Skills, Stargazing Evenings
Cottage Beer Project
A owner-run micro brewery producing small batch bottle-conditioned beers using natural Devon water from deep beneath the brewery. Online ordering direct to public but also available in some local shops and at many fairs and markets across the area.
We love a good cuppa that tastes great & looks just as awesome. Honest ingredients, expertly blended and and packed in the South West. For us, it’s about thoughtful living connected to our nature and surrounding.
We’re proud to support the National Park through CareMoor and are National Park Partners. Read more about our values on our website.
You can buy our products in shops, cafes, restaurants across Exmoor and buy direct from us.
Wild about Exmoor
Book Visitor Experiences with us: walking safaris, night hikes and stargazing experiences within the national park.
Wild about Exmoor and Exford Bridge Tea Rooms host a weekly stargazing experience and supper.
Additionally, come and stay in our unique holiday cottage and experience the very best of Exmoor hospitality, whilst being as independent as you like.
Our luxurious barn conversion, Spindrift Barn, is attached to our ancient farmhouse, has a woodburner and sauna and is just a short riverside walk from the 2 pubs and tearooms of Exford.
We are ideally placed for exploring the whole of Exmoor on foot, bike or car!
Plum in the centre of Exmoor’s Dark Skies Reserve for the best stargazing, come and use our telescopes or join us for an evening’s astronomy.
Three Atop Woodland Services Ltd.
Three Atop Woodland Services is a humble family run business offering all aspects of tree work, forestry, woodland management, sawmilling and re-planting thus providing the people of Exmoor a cyclical service for their trees or woodland space.
With a passion to encourage a culture of using purpose grown trees as the crop they were intended for and in turn promoting healthy, working woodlands, emphasizing the relationship it has with those of us that live here. A symbiosis that has been lost in recent times.