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Tel code: 01398 | code search
Postcode: TA22 | code search
Population: 1580
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The George Inn
"We needed an affordable cottage near Dunster for a week. It was part work part holiday and the George Inn had just the thing. Being self-employed costs are always felt ..." More

Lion Hotel
"Good Points: Very helpful staff. Breakfast was excellent Room clean and tidy. Bed comfortable! Bad Points: Parking is in a public car park nearby. Not good when it rains. General review: Very ..." More

Lion Hotel
"fantastic place, lovely country hotel, service was excellent, food was very good and plenty of it. staff were friendly aand helpful, our room with the four poster was lovely and ..." More

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"The deli and local shops are full of treasures, it's just a wonderful, magical place to relax and unwind - Susan ..." More

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The village of Dulverton lies in the heart of West Somerset, close to the Devon border. Dulverton is considered to be the Gateway to Exmoor, a National Park situated on the Bristol Channel coast of South West England. The headquarters of the Exmoor National Park Authority are situated at Exmoor House at the western end of the village. The villagelies between two rivers, The Barle and The Exe. The Salmon Traps on the Barle are a popular attraction only 10 minutes walk away from Dulverton. The village has been described as 'a true Exmoor gem' and its origins go back at least as far as its mention in the Domesday Book of 1086. The entry states that it formerly belonged to Earl Harold who was better known as King Harold of Battle of Hastings fame. The name Dulverton is thought to be of Celtic origin, dol in Celtic means a bend in a stream or river. Dulverton's housing consists of some old Victorian stock alongside modern houses with bungalows to the north. It is a popular tourist destination for people exploring Exmoor and has a number of small industries. Annual events in Dulverton include the Exmoor Food Fayre in October and Dulverton by Starlight in December.


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Middle Upcott Farm (1.78 miles)

Middle Upcott Farm

Middle Upcott Farm provides the discerning Exmoor visitor with top quality bed and breakfast accommodation near Dulverton. We also have comfortable horse accommodation for those who wish to ride in the famous Exmoor National Park. This ... More | visit website

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Hawkwell Farmhouse (2.37 miles)

Hawkwell Farmhouse

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A Delightful south facing Devonshire long house, full of character and close to Dulverton, dating back to the Domesday Book. We offer discerning guests ... More

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Ben Brook Cottage at Williams Mill (3.89 miles)

Ben Brook Cottage at Williams Mill

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These attractive and well furnished cottages, set within the owners' 6˝ acre grounds, share a brook bordered garden overlooking their separate terraces, and are ideally positioned for ... More

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Tarr Farm Inn (3.91 miles)

Tarr Farm Inn
Set in its own 40 acres, 16th century Tarr Farm Inn nestles just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle. Only 7 miles from Dulverton, through beautiful wooded valleys and across the open moorland of ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Inn (4.34 miles)

Royal Oak Inn
This picturesque thatched 12th Century inn/hotel stands in the centre of a small, ancient riverside village on the edge of Exmoor Park. Eight of the bedrooms are situated in the inn while a further six ... More | visit website
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Blackberries (4.39 miles)


Blackberries is located in the picturesque and thriving village of Bampton in mid-Devon, on the edge of the Exmoor National Park. Extensive restaurant/bar menu, free parking.

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Heron House (4.47 miles)

Heron House

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First time visitors to Heron House cannot help but be charmed by this delightful Georgian town house with its beautiful walled garden in the centre of the ancient village of ... More | visit website

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The Exeter Inn (5.05 miles)

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The Exeter Inn is an historic 15th Century Inn and Restaurant set amongst emerald green hills in the upper reaches of the delightful Exe Valley, in the beautiful Devon/Somerset border ... More


Classic Cottages (5.91 miles)

Classic Cottages
It’s just a quick flit from some of the country’s big cities, yet venture into the Somerset countryside and it feels as though you’ve completely dropped off the 21st Century map. The Quantock Hills, the ... More
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Sundial House (6.83 miles)

Sundial House

For quality Accommodation on Exmoor look no further than Sundial House.
Sundial House is a 17th Century country cottage and occupies a central position in the moorland village of Wheddon Cross, which at 1,000ft above sea ... More | visit website

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