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Dramatic river gorge, ancient woodlands, tea garden and shop in stunning surroundings

Take a stroll around the 2,000 acres of Watersmeet and Countisbury, a haven for wildlife and breathtaking views.

On Exmoor, Watersmeet is the meeting place of the East Lyn river and Hoar Oak Water.

Explore the rich woodlands of the Lyn Valley and stroll along the riverside at Lynmouth, Combe Park and Rockford.

As a contrast, the South West Coast Path runs along the dramatic Glenthorne Cliffs, towards Devon's most northerly outcrop, Foreland Point.

Watersmeet is part of the North Devon coast managed by the National Trust.

Walking

Discover more of what Watersmeet can offer on one of our lovely Exmoor walks.

Canoeing

We have a fantastic river that you can canoe on, but please take the time to read some important facts first.

Fishing

Look at more information on fishing in this area; Sea Trout, Brown Trout and Salmon.

Tea-garden

Enjoy a cream tea in this delightful setting.

Stay with us

Stay in one of our holiday cottages or, if you're a large group, our bunkhouse.

Join an event

See what events we have on offer throughout the year.

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