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Welcome to The Oaks Hotel

Address: Exmoor, Minehead, TA24 8ES

Hotel Description

In the Exmoor National Park, the award-winning Oaks Hotel offers high-quality accommodation less than 1 mile from Porlock Bay. There is free Wi-Fi and parking at this west Somerset hotel, as well as a restaurant with spectacular panoramic views. All rooms have a spacious en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and luxury toiletries provided. Each room has a TV, DVD and Blu-ray player and tea and coffee facilities. In addition to breakfast, The Oaks Hotel serves a 4-course dinner menu, with traditional dishes showcasing fresh local game, meat, fish and seafood. The dining room enjoys panoramic views over the village, Exmoor Hills and Porlock Bay. Featured in the Michelin and Good Hotel Guide, The Oaks Hotel is just 15 minutes’ drive from Dunster Castle and 2 minutes from the West Somerset Rural Life Museum. The north Devon town of Lynton is around 13 miles away, where you can ride the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.

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Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club - Minehead - Golf

Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club - Minehead - Golf

Distance 5.95 miles (9.53 km)
As the oldest golf club in Somerset and one of the oldest in the West of England (founded in 1882), Minehead is justly proud of its course, which combines the best of links and some characteristics of parkland golf. The greenstaff, under the direction of Robert Barrett, himself a county player, take a pride in the presentation of the course. The greens are as good, winter or summer, as you will find anywhere. At 6,228 yards, the par of 71 represents a true test for the scratch golfers as well as the novice. The course is open to members and visitors.

Dunster Castle - Dunster - Castle

Dunster Castle - Dunster - Castle

Distance 6.78 miles (10.84 km)
Dunster Castle dominates a steep hill overlooking the picturesque village of Dunster. The hill has been fortified since Saxon times, although nothing now remains of these early defences. During the early medieval period the sea reached the base of the hill offering a natural defence, and strong walls, towers, ramparts and outworks protected the other sides. In the late 14th century the castle came into the possession of the Luttrell family, and remained in their ownership for the next six hundred years. The house was modified and developed over the following centuries, and much of the current appearance dates from the 18th century when the park was landscaped and the Green Court, terraced grounds and follies were created. Much of the furniture in the house also dates from this period.