Visit Dulverton and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Dulverton, Somerset, is the shopping centre and general headquarters for the south-east quarter of Exmoor, and has probably had this kind of importance since the 13th century. A jumble architecturally, it nevertheless has character, superbly situated in a cup of densely wooded steep hillsides near the junction, 2 miles South East, of Exmoor's two main rivers, the Bane and Exe. The River Bane, which flows through it, is particularly beautiful just above the town — a broad rapid banked by tall trees. Both rivers are famous hereabouts for salmon and trout fishing. A massive sycamore some 250 years old (very old for a sycamore) almost obscures the 13th-century church tower, and there is a nice view of the town from beside it. Sadly the church's interior was spoilt in the 19th century.
About l½ miles North East, on the West of the Minehead road, are the ruins of Barlinch Priory.
Nearby towns: Minehead, North Molton, South Molton, Taunton, Tiverton
Nearby villages: Ashbrittle, Bampton, Bishops Nympton, Blue Anchor, Brompton Regis, Brushford, Carhampton, Chipstable, Clatworthy, Cutcombe, East Anstey, East Worlington, Exford, Exton, Halberton, Hawkridge, Hockworthy, Holcombe Rogus, Huntsham, Knowstone, Loxbear, Luxborough, Meshaw, Molland, Morebath, North Molton, Rackenford, Raddington, Rose Ash, Sampford Peverell, Simonsbath, Skilgate, St. Decumans, Stawley, Stoodleigh, Timberscombe, Tiverton, Treborough, Twitchen, Uffculme, Uplowman, Washfield, Washford, Watchet, West Anstey, West Worlington, Winsford, Witheridge, Withleigh, Withycombe, Withypool
Have you decided to visit Dulverton or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Dulverton bed and breakfast (a Dulverton B&B or Dulverton b and b)
- a Dulverton guesthouse
- a Dulverton hotel (or motel)
- a Dulverton self-catering establishment, or
- other Dulverton accommodation