Walking Breaks

South West Coast Path Section 1 (includes the entire Exmoor coastline)

4th to 9th July 2021 and 8th to 13th August 2021 (2022 dates to be arranged)

If you have always wanted to walk the South West Coast Path, or wish to revisit it and would like to join in for a guided walking holiday, we have a break for the first 35 miles of the coast path from Minehead to Combe Martin on the above dates.

 

Spectacular views will be enjoyed all along the route. The daily walks are between 7 to 10 miles and paced to suit all. Your stay is based at the Yarn Market Hotel with the benefit of not having to pack luggage for transfers as you sleep in the same bed every night, and transport is provided to and from the start and finish of each day's walk.

For further information click here

Read the memoirs of Joy Gower one of our guests in “A little ramble around the 630 mile South West Coast Path” available from the publishers www.ahstockwell.co.uk

Group Bookings

If you would like to bring your walking group, then please visit our group bookings page.

Coleridge Way - Self-guided

Walk in the footsteps of the romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, who resided at Nether Stowey in the Quantock Hills for 3 years. Together with fellow poet William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy, also Robert Southey, the poets enjoyed long walks in the area covered by the Coleridge Way, which stretches between Nether Stowey in Somerset to Lynmouth in North Devon, a total of 51 miles.

The route is offered on a self-guided basis but assistance with transport is sometimes possible.

For further information click here, or for the flyer click here

MacMillan Way West - Self-guided

As well as the above long-distance routes, we are also conveniently located for the MacMillan Way West.  Numerous walks can be enjoyed directly from the hotel encompassing moorland, forestry, coast, ancient hill forts, riverside and farmland and we can provide maps and leaflets giving a breakdown of the routes. In addition to this, the most popular walks in the area are very well waymarked by Exmoor National Park and the National Trust.

The route is offered on a self-guided basis but assistance with transport is sometimes possible.