Hotels, B&B's and Self Catering in Dulverton

Dulverton is a small town in the heart of West Somerset. It is a popular tourist destination and provides a southern gateway to Exmoor National Park. The town lies on the route of the Exe Valley Way and Land's End Trail. Lorna Doone, the heroine of R.D. Blackmore's novel set in Exmoor stands by the headquarters of the Exmoor National Park in the town. Dulverton has plenty of shops including quirky boutique and gift shops. Tea shops, pubs and restaurants can also be found. The Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre is situated behind the National Park Centre and is open from April to October providing visitors with an insight into old Dulverton. The town is nestled in a valley between the rivers Barle and Exe; the former providing good trout and salmon fishing. The Tarr Steps is an ancient clapper bridge across the River Barle about 4 miles north-west of Dulverton. Exmoor was Europe’s first International Dark Skies Reserve for its stunning uninterrupted night sky views. It is also famous for its magnificent landscapes and wild Exmoor ponies.

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