One of the lovely things about Exmoor is that it never gets crowded (comes of being the 'least visited National Park', I suppose!). It's always very easy to escape, and a haven for walkers and cyclists. Of course, you might not wish to be that active. The whole point of your visit may simply be to relax, potter around and enjoy some wonderful scenery - for which Exmoor is the perfect place.
However, there's always plenty going on, too. For example, here are just a few events coming up later this month:
Our village hall at Wheddon Cross - just a short walk from Exmoor House - plays host to the National Park's Exmoor Archaeology Forum on July 17th. Pre-booking is essential.
The Tornado, a modern steam locomotive, returns to the West Somerset Railway on July 12th to 16th (and September 13th to 17th).
At Wimbleball Lake, Lakefest 2010 (July 14th - 18th) features a great range of watersports and more.
Dunster Country Fair, at Dunster Castle, includes pony and dog shows, falconry displays and craft stalls. It's on July 28th.
There'll be orchestral and chamber music at a variety of venues during the Minehead and Exmoor Festival (July 25th - 31st).
Don't forget, at Exmoor House we've a July special break offer: more info on our website.