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Guided Walking in Britain

Somerset (
Exmoor)
Selworthy

Stay for a week at lovely Selworthy in the Exmoor National Park near the coast of the Bristol Channel. Walk amid quaint villages with thatched roofed cottages and over Moorland long associated with Lorna Doone or on ancient coastal foot-paths. Nearby Dunster is one of Englandís most perfect small towns with a 600 year old castle and a working water-mill. Discover Parracombe Church, a rare medieval building and an Iron Age fort.

2017 Walking Holidays : Classic Walking Holidays operate weekly starting every Friday from May through October. Walkers stay at the same hotel for seven nights. Days start and end with a short bus ride so the walks are in the most spectacular parts of the island.  Three different guided walks are offered each day. You choose according to your fitness and ability.

Prices:   819 GBP  (High Season)  See brochure for all pricing.  
Prices are per person for one week based on double.
Above prices are for summer high season. Prices are slightly lower in spring and fall.

Non-member associate fee is 10 GBP per person per booking.

Walking: All guided walks take in coast, wooded valleys and moorland on good although sometimes muddy paths. A choice of three daily guided walks are offered.

  • Easier walks:       6  -  7.5 miles with gentle gradients. Up to 900 ft of ascent over a day.
  • Medium walks:    7.5  - 9.5 miles. Undulating and occasional steep. Up to 1425 ft of ascent.
  • Harder walks:      10  - 12.5 miles. Undulating with steep sections.  Up to 2275 ft of ascent.

    Hotel:  HOLNICOTE HOUSE. Once home to the distinguished Acland family, Holnicote House lies at the heart of a 12,500 acre estate in the Exmoor National Park, with superb walks on the doorstep. This delightful historic building is set amidst peaceful gardens with extensive lawns and a heated  outdoor pool.    All meals are included.

     
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