Selworthy

View over thatched cottages of Selworthy towards Dunkery Beacon

A timeless rural landscape of thatched cottages, nestled in the vale of the Holnicote estate.

Selworthy

Things to see and do

Selworthy is a good place to start discovering the wonderfully varied Exmoor landscapes within the 4,856-hectare (12,000-acre) Holnicote Estate. This is a timeless rural landscape of thatched cottages, a fine medieval church, walks through wooded combes and sweeping views across the vale to Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor's highest point.

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Eating and shopping

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

Eating on the Holnicote Estate  

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

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What's on

Upcoming events

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Get involved

A National Trust volunteer meets people from all walks of life.

Volunteering for the National Trust in Somerset 

Volunteering opportunities across Somerset Coast and Countryside

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Our work

Our work on the Holnicote Estate

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History

The Holnicote Estate, Somerset.

Holnicote and the National Trust  

Have you ever wondered about Holnicote's history and how it became part of the National Trust?