Holnicote Estate

View from Selworthy Beacon towards Horner Wood and Dunkery Beacon, on the Holnicote Estate, Exmoor National Park, Somerset.

Important notice -

Please note that the Periwinkle tea-room is closed while we advertise for a new Catering Manager. There are tenant-run teashops at Allerford, Bossington and Horner. Apologies for the inconvenience caused.

Varied landscape of moorland, woods, farms and coast, rich in wildlife

Holnicote Estate

Things to see and do

Holnicote Estate

What's on 

Upcoming events

Porlock Marsh Bioblitz

Sat 09 Jul 2016
12:00-12:00
Our team of experts needs you to help identify as many birds, plants and beasties as you can over 24 hours. Events for kids, grown-ups, beginners and experts will be running throughout the day and night. What will you discover?

Deer and nightjar twilight walk

Thu 14 Jul 2016
18:45-21:00
Join our Deer Ranger for a fascinating Exmoor adventure. Discover deer and their newborns. The evening will also provide a great opportunity to seek out the elusive, nocturnal nightjar.

Deer and nightjar twilight walk

Thu 04 Aug 2016
18:45-21:00
Join our Deer Ranger for an Exmoor adventure, fascinating for all the family. Discover deer and their newborns. The evening will also provide a great opportunity to seek out the elusive, nocturnal nightjar.
Walkers and mountain bikers enjoying the view near Selworthy Beacon, on the Holnicote Estate, Exmoor National Park, Somerset.

What's on 

Keep up to date with all the latest events taking place on the Holnicote Estate.

Holnicote Estate

Eating and shopping

Periwinkle tea-room on Selworthy Green, Holnicote Estate, Somerset

Enjoy a tempting treat 

With a choice of tea-rooms across the estate where will you chose to relax? By the famous packhorse bridge in Allerford? A short walk from the pebble beach of at Bossington? Or beside the ancient woodland in Horner?

Holnicote Estate

Wildlife

Red deer stags sparring during rutting season

Discover wildlife 

See some of Exmoor's most well-known and iconic wildlife on the National Trust's Holnicote Estate.