East and West Worlington are two small picturesque villages located within the Civil Parish of East Worlington and nestle within a predominantly pastoral countryside on elevated land between Exmoor and Dartmoor.
The Parish, which also includes part of the hamlet of Drayford (Drayford History), Affeton and the surrounding farms and dwellings is situated in the southern margins of North Devon District Council area, with the nearest large village being Witheridge and nearest market town being South Molton.
The main water course is the Little Dart River and its tributaries with the Adworthy Brook forming part of the eastern boundary to the Parish and the River Dalch a southern boundary.
The majority of roads in Worlington area are less than 4 metres wide (shown in yellow on Ordnance Survey maps). In addition the B3042, Witheridge to Chawleigh road, is routed east to west to the south of the parish and the B3137 Witheridge to South Molton road is routed across the north east part of the parish.