A remote location on Exmoor, the nearest facilities can be found at Horner Wood. Car park.
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Parking: Webber's Post is located approx. two and a half miles from the A39, the nearest post code is: TA24 8TB. National Trust car park open daily, free of charge.
A lookout on the Holnicote Estate with views over Horner Wood and the expanse of moorland stretching up to Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor.
Explore Webber's Post, Exmoor’s highest point, and enjoy spectacular views over Horner Wood and the wild expanse of moorland stretching up to Dunkery Beacon.
Holnicote Estate has something for everyone, from its wild moorland and shingle beaches to ancient woodland and charming villages. Plus, keep an eye out for its resident red deer.
Take an interactive 360° virtual tour of the beaver enclosure on the Holnicote Estate in Somerset and discover how the beavers have been transforming this wetland habitat.
This easy access trail for all the family takes in the rainforest surroundings of Exmoor National Park where you can discover a wealth of wildlife.
On the fringes of Exmoor, this quirky cob and thatch cottage is the perfect base for hiking the moors.
Explore Exmoor National Park from this cosy farmhouse cottage on Holnicote Estate
A snug one-bedroom English country cottage in the village of Selworthy with views over Exmoor.
A handsome, detached farmhouse near the Somerset coast, surrounded by the rolling green hills of Exmoor where sheep and cattle roam.
A part-thatched cottage with its own private stream minutes away from Bossington beach.
Between the foothills of Exmoor National Park and the Somerset coast, this ancient but newly-renovated cottage, overlooking Dunster Castle, has bags of charm.
Explore the wilds of Exmoor with a stay at Carver Cottage, deep in the heart of the Doone Valley.
Find out how the Porlock Vale Riverlands project on Exmoor is creating a natural ecosystem to prevent flooding and encourage a wider habitat to attract wildlife.
We are working to restore the peatland at Alderman’s Barrow Allotment, on the high moorland of the Holnicote Estate, as part of the South West Peatland Project.
Ash dieback is a devastating disease threatening veteran trees and woodlands in north and west Somerset.
Learn how the rangers at Holnicote Estate in Somerset have been tackling the decline of the Heath Fritillary butterfly for the past 30 years to ensure the species' survival.