HIGH BULLEN FARM

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SEE & DO

WHERE THE MOORS MEET THE SEA

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High Bullen Farm - Exmoor

Exmoor National Park

Wild, remote and beautiful. This is RIGHT on your doorstep at High Bullen Farm. No roads, just 150 steps onto the beautiful moorland.

 

Exmoor is a unique and special place, packed full of beautiful landscapes, wildlife and history. We have wild windswept moorlands with great views, secret wooded valleys where ancient oaks trees cling to the slopes and clear rivers that rush towards the sea. We have some of the most dramatic coastal scenery in the UK.

 

Lynton and Lynmouth

With their quirky shops and award winning tea rooms, Lynton & Lynmouth are just a few short miles away, and definitely worth a visit.

 

Wander the old streets, or visit the beautiful harbour. Travel between to two villages using the Lynton and Lynmouth cliff railway, the highest and steepest water powered railway in the world, with its scenic clifftop terrace and cafe.

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Porlock Weir

Porlock Weir

The ancient seaside port and picturesque coastal village of Porlock Weir is a short drive form High Bullen Farm.

 

Situated on the edge of the Exmoor park, the toll road between High Bullen and Porlock is one of the best, with stunning moorland scenery.

Valley of the Rocks

A beautiful place with wonderful walks

 

The very best place to go to watch the sun go down outside of High Bullen Farm, the Valley of the Rocks is just five minutes away. 

 

Noted for its herd of feral goats, the writer

R. D. Blackmore set part of his novel 'Lorna Doone' (first published in 1869) in the valley

Valley of The Rocks