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A medieval clapper bridge over the river Barle which crosses the fifty-five foot river in seventeen spans of flat stone.
The Centre is home to about 20 ponies, some of which are available for visitors to meet in the yard, paddocks and petting pen.
This 6th Century stone was probably erected as a memorial to a person who claimed the first-century chieftain Caratacus as an ancestor.
A stunning spot towards the South East of Exmoor. A reservoir lake open to the public for watersports, walking and other outdoor activities.
The highest point overlooking Exmoor at 1,707 ft.,sitting on a vast upland plateau of ancient sandstone rocks
National Trust owned ancient castle and comfortable country home with dramatic vistas and subtropical gardens