A medieval village in the north-eastern corner of Exmoor, boasting an impressive castle built not long after the 1066 Norman Conquest.
Starting at ground level with a walk through the woodland gardens by the river…
….before beginning the climb up to the castle.
The views of Exmoor, the Bristol Channel coastline and displays of vividly coloured tulips made it worth the effort
Back on ground level, the arch and newly restored 18th century watermill
After much-needed refreshments a wander down the main street with it’s 17th century yarn market at the far end
And a couple of the pretty cottages in the village