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Dunster Beach Holiday Chalet

Outdoor Activities

Tennis - there is a hard court on site and is available for hourly hire.

Putting Green - on site, great fun for all the family.

Golf - there is an 18 hole course adjacent to the site where day visitors are welcome.

Fishing - beach, sea, fly and coarse fishing are available locally. Fishing vessels operate regularly out of Watchet and Minehead; the Bristol Channel is a good hunting ground for sea fishing. You can fish from Dunster Beach; tackle and bait can be purchased at Porlock Weir and Blue Anchor.

Walking - the Quantocks and Exmoor are wonderful areas for walking with far reaching views. The Exmoor Visitor Centre in Dunster has information on over six hundred miles of rights of way to explore. There are many local walks and for the more energetic, why not hike to the crest of Dunkery Beacon, the highest point on Exmoor at 1,704 ft. The South West Coast Path, beginning at Minehead, offers dramatic views of the tallest sea cliffs in
England and Wales.

Surfing - at Porlock Weir, for experienced surfers only.

Birdwatching - look out for common buzzards on Exmoor and peregrines on the sea cliffs. Porlock Bay and Blue Anchor Bay are good bird-watching places in autumn and winter, with wintering waders and wildfowl using the area and adjacent marsh sites.

Riding - horse riding and pony trekking; on Exmoor, all abilities are catered for at many local farms and stables.

Photography and Painting - medieval buildings and ancient harbours, sea cliffs and dramatic skies, such outstanding natural beauty, both coast and country, there’s so much to inspire you.

Astronomy - without street light pollution, the stars shine with an unfamiliar brilliance.

Geology - the cliffs that border the foreshore are strikingly coloured and are veined with alabaster. Hunt for fossils between Blue Anchor Bay east cliffs and Watchet. It is said that the sea, at very low water, uncovers the remains of a submerged forest in the bay. http://dinobase.gly.bris.ac.uk