Simonsbath (pronounced "Simmonsbath", with short i) is a village high on Exmoor in the English county of Somerset. It is the principal settlement in the Exmoor civil parish, which is the largest and most sparsely populated civil parish on Exmoor, covering nearly 32 square miles (83 km2) but with a population, at the time of the 2001 census, of 203 in 78 households.

The River Exe rises from a valley to the north, and the River Barle runs through the village, and is crossed by a triple-arched medieval bridge which was extensively repaired after floods in 1952. It is also on the Two Moors Way footpath.

Read more about Simonsbath:  Toponymy, Simonsbath Sawmill, Governance, Geography, Demography, The Exmoor Forest Inn

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Simonsbath - The Exmoor Forest Inn
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Frederick Knight (MP) - Exmoor Reclamation
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Exmoor - Wool Trade
... The house that he built at Simonsbath was the only one in the forest for 150 years ... was sold off in 1818, John Knight bought the Simonsbath House and the accompanying farm for £50,000 ... km (22.0 mi) of metalled access roads to Simonsbath and a 46.7 km (29.0 mi) wall around his estate, much of which still survives ...