There are some lovely walks close by to the apartment or you can go slightly further if you wish towards the Jurassic Coast and follow some of the coastal paths which offer some stunning views. We have listed just a few below.
Ham Hill Country Park
Offering incredible views of the South Somerset Moors, Exmoor and the Mendip Hills, Ham Hill is a 164 hectare (390 acres) country park centred on a huge Iron Age hill fort. There are many different tracks and and routes to follow and and you walk for as long or short as you wish. There is plenty of free parking and if you wish to stop for a relaxing drink or pub meal then you can visit the Prince of Wales pub located in the main car park.
Ham Hill Road, Stoke-Sub-Hamdon, TA14 6RW
Evershot Deer Park
Explore a deer park and follow magical woodland pathways. This is a circular walk which starts in the pretty village of Evershot and takes you through the Melbury Park Estate where you can look out for fallow, red and sika deer, as well as grazing sheep. You then enter the picturesque village of Melbury Osmond before heading along to woodland paths and through country fields. Walking boots or wellies are recommended for this walk especially through the winter as it does get quite muddy in places. Click here to find the route for this walk.
Evershot, DT2 0JY
Uplyme to Lyme Regis Riverside Walk
Uplyme into Lyme Regis is a beautiful walk along the river Lim, you can park for free in the Uplyme village hall car park and walk into Lyme Regis which is a seaside town which boasts breath taking scenery. Its historic Cobb and harbour are iconic features and you can also fit in some fossil hunting. Find the walk route here.
Uplyme Village Hall, DT7 3UY
Eype to Seatown Coastal Path
There are many different coastal path routes along the Jurassic coast including from Eype to Seatown (click here for the route). Eype is a hidden gem, a gorgeous beach which always seems quiet even in the height of the summer when so many other beaches in the area can become crowded.
Eype, DT6 6AL