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Travel via Dulverton don't follow the sat nav or you will end up on the wrong side of the river. Fine if you have a 4x4, Cafe/restaurant nearby. Car park at the top £3 all day take change with you its unmanned.
We loved visiting the Tarr Steps - beautiful weather and the views are to die for especially for us Aussies. Spent sometime sitting down by the steps marvelling at how they had been placed there and by whom. Enjoyed the walk across. Had lunch at...More
Tarr Steps is a nice starting place for a hike in the Exmoor National Park. Rocks can be a bit slippery when wet. Place is a nice peace of nature. Best you combine this hike with other trail in the area since it is quit...More
You expect car parking charges at National Trust properties, but nobody tells you until you get there how much. No change given and nobody around. So, I parked by the steps and took a few snap shots, but didn't explore further.
Why don't they warn...More
Tarr Steps are well a visit, but getting there, the walk along the river bank from Withypool was far better than Tarr Steps, well worth the effort. Tarr Steps itself was rather too busy in August, but venture more than a few hundred meters from...More
Exmoor must be one of the most beautiful places on this planet - and the views on the way to Tarr Steps just take your breath away. The Steps are wonderful and you can almost feel the ancient history under your feet as you cross...More
We went here many years ago when it was a place of interest, being a prehistoric site with a Little room. It is a good 3 miles down a very single track road.
The car park has been moved half a mile away. The walk...More
Response from Q403DWmichaelm | Reviewed this property |
You may be able to get to the car park but this is accessed by means of a narrow country lane with limited passing spaces.
You may be better parking elsewhere and then walking to it. Ordnance Survey map advisable not stanav.