Mole End is in the hamlet of Withypool in the heart of Exmoor National Park on the Two Moor Ways walking route.
Exmoor is a unique landscape of moorland, woodlands, valleys,farmland and coastal areas. It is designated as a Dark Sky Reserve and the dark skies are popular with stargazers.
The abundance of wildlife include the Exmoor ponies and the red deer not to mention the bird life.
An wonderful place to explore the quaint villages and sights and is ideal for walking, horse riding, fishing and cycling.
Attractions include Dunster Castle, The Valley of the rocks, Doone Valley, Watermeet, Dunkery Beacon, Tarr Steps, Lynton and Barnstable Railway, Porlock weir are just a few to name.
The North coast (only a 30 minute car journey) and the road from Minehead to Lynmouth is one of the best coastal drives in Britain and boasts the highest cliffs.
The beaches of Ilfracombe and Woolacombe are only an hour's drive away.