Manor Mill's Location
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From the North
Leave the M5 at junction 25 (Taunton) following the signs for the A358 signposted Minehead and Wiveliscombe (B3227). Follow the A358 until you reach the third roundabout where the First exit is sign posted Wiveliscombe B3227.
From the South
Leave M5 at junction 26 (Wellington). Turn right onto the B3187 to Milverton. In Milverton turn left onto the B3227 to Wiveliscombe.
Three miles beyond Wiveliscombe on the B3227 immediately after the Waterrow Sign; take a sharp right at the Rock Inn. After a further quarter mile you will see a Sign for Manor Mill.
You may use the main drive way to unload your belongings, then please park in the main car park; unless you are arriving late then you may then move your car to the car park in the morning.
Exmoor & the Surrounding Area
Manor Mill offers the perfect base for touring the West Country. On the edge of the outstanding natural beauty of Exmoor, Quantock Hills, Mendip Hills, the Somerset levels as well as the coast of North and South Devon and North Somerset, it really is the ideal family self-catering holiday for the cyclists, nature watchers, walkers, caving & climbing, and horse riders, or just to take full advantage of the dozens of activities and attractions.
The Exmoor National Park is home to the unique Exmoor Pony and the Wild Red Deer. Exmoor safaris provide an excellent way of catching a glimpse of them as well as the amazing Owl & Hawk Centre. The Somerset levels, with all it’s myths and legends are famous for its diverse wildlife and where willow is still cut today.
Some of the best fishing in Somerset is available locally, and on our own stretch of the River Tone, where brown and rainbow trout may be caught. Located nearby is Wimbleball Lake where fishing can be arranged. There are a variety of golf courses within easy reach.
There are many National Trust and English Heritage properties in the area as well as attractions such as Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury Abbey and Wells Cathedral & the Bishops Palace. There’s an abundance of charming villages and market towns such as Taunton and Wellington nearby where you sample a vast array of local food and drinks such as cheeses and cider.
- Museums & Attractions – West Somerset Steam Railway, Somerset County Museum, Sheppy’s Cider, Somerset Rural Life Museum, Fleet Air Arm Museum, Willow & Wetland Visitors Centre;
- Animal fun – such as the Exmoor Falconry Centre, Exmoor Pony Centre, Tropiquaria;
- Castles, Caves & Abbeys – Wells Cathedral, Glastonbury Abbey & Tor, Cheddar Caves, Dunster Castle, Wookey Hole, Cleeve Abbey;
- Country Homes & Gardens – Montacute House, Cothay Manor, Hestercombe Gardens, Bishops Palace (Wells), Knightshayes Court.