Photography on Exmoor

Photograph wild open moorland, jagged cliffs and hidden harbours in this stunning national park.

Introduction

In Exmoor National Park, wide open heather moorland slopes down to the sea via wooded river valleys, jagged cliffs and sandy beaches. This ancient landscape is peppered with pretty villages and rare wildlife. Based from a converted traditional farm building, this trip will be a perfect opportunity to unwind, breathe in the fresh air and shake off the memories of lockdown over a cream tea or few drinks with like-minded creatives. And of course, to improve your photography skills with help from an expert tutor!

What Makes This Trip Special?

Exmoor squeezes a lot of diverse and beautiful landscapes into a relatively small area. Rather than moving between different hotels as on our overseas trips, we'll be staying in one beautiful residence for the whole week, giving us the chance to slow down, relax and focus on our creative endeavours. The stunningly converted stone barn makes a perfect base for our explorations of the area and a homely place to return to for dinners, barbecues and displays of the best photographs and paintings from the trip.

Why Photograph Here?

With it's diverse scenery, Exmoor is a landscape photographers dream. And it's also home to some more quirky photographic subjects; classic English seaside towns, a Victorian funicular railway, characterful wild ponies and even mountain goats. As on all Frui trips, a professional photography tutor will be present throughout to help you really get the best from your camera and open your eyes to new photographic ideas.

Where you'll stay

The Linhay

A former hay and livestock barn, this traditional Devon building has been beautifully converted in a contemporary style while retaining it's historic character. There are plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor common areas and all rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. It is situated on a farm inside the National Park with fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside.

The Linhay

A former hay and livestock barn, this traditional Devon building has been beautifully converted in a contemporary style while retaining it's historic character. There are plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor common areas and all rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. It is situated on a farm inside the National Park with fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside.

The Linhay

A former hay and livestock barn, this traditional Devon building has been beautifully converted in a contemporary style while retaining it's historic character. There are plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor common areas and all rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. It is situated on a farm inside the National Park with fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside.

The Linhay

A former hay and livestock barn, this traditional Devon building has been beautifully converted in a contemporary style while retaining it's historic character. There are plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor common areas and all rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. It is situated on a farm inside the National Park with fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside.

The Linhay

A former hay and livestock barn, this traditional Devon building has been beautifully converted in a contemporary style while retaining it's historic character. There are plenty of spacious indoor and outdoor common areas and all rooms feature en-suite bathrooms. It is situated on a farm inside the National Park with fantastic views of the surrounding rolling countryside.

Let's Go

Upcoming dates

21 – 27May 2021‘21 £1799

Contact

020 8123 4559

hello@frui.co.uk