The heather comes down to the edge of Badgeworthy Water flowing through the deep valleys on its way to Lynmouth. There are numerous footpaths for you to choose from, either in the valley or up on the high moor. To walk to the ruins of Badgeworthy Village along the valley floor will take you no more than an hour. On the way you will pass the famous Waterslide where Lorna first met John in the book Lorna Doone. You can walk all day and never retrace your steps. People come back time and again who'll readily admit they've never walked the same routes twice. One thing everyone does come back for is the Tea Shop at Cloud. Knowing there's a warm welcome for you with good cup of tea and a cake in our walled riverside garden makes the walking so much the better. If you want to venture further afield the gift shop at Lorna Doone and the Camp Shop at cloud farm have lots of walking guides, books for you to study and will wet your appetite, help you plan and show you why this area and its incredible coastline is the perfect holiday place for all. Call:01598 741 278 Discover Websites Cloud Farm Camping Logo Walking Holiday’s on Exmoor Exmoor is one of the last remaining hidden gems in the British Isles. It's scenery is spectacular, especially the Doone Valley with its twisted oak trees and beautiful purple headed hillsides. Home | Camping | Cottages | Walking | Touring | Riding | Gift Shop | Tea Shop | FAQs | Prices | Contact | Links | Sitemap Home Camping FAQs Prices Contact Cottages Tea Garden