Dulverton is a small and picturesque country town in Somerset on the banks of the River Barle, located perfectly located for a self-catering holiday in the Exmoor National Park. Dulverton has been a popular destination for hundreds of years due to its incredible scenery, whether for riverside or moorland walks. It is a market town, regularly holding weekly markets and fairs amongst the narrow, cobbled streets, providing a lovely, quaint and friendly atmosphere that will appeal to all the family. The town will appeal to families and groups of friends looking to spend their days exploring Exmoor and the West Somerset and North Devon coastline.
The Victorian Wing of Stockham Farm is a self-contained rural cottage within a traditional Exmoor farmhouse. The pet-friendly cottage lies just moments from Dulverton in Exmoor National Park & offers ample grounds, wood-burning stove, bespoke kitchen, subtle elegance and wonderful countryside views.
The Piggery is a lovingly converted cottage on Stockham Farm near Dulverton in Somerset. The pet-friendly cottage sits on a large property and treats guest to wonderful views, ample grounds, seclusion, contemporary elegance and many traditional features woven into the interior of the property.
Once used as the Brushford village school, Old School House is now a carefully-restored rural cottage near Dulverton in Somerset. The pet-friendly cottage boasts ample character & features two wood burners, a bread oven, mature gardens, contemporary comforts and access to multiple local attractions.
You won’t mind being sent to the Headmaster this time. Headmaster’s Cottage is a stone-built cottage in Dulverton, Somerset, promising peace and quiet for adults only. The Victorian cottage promises tradition and comfort as well as lovely gardens and views, plus many attractions for nature lovers.
Set among the meadows in the Quarme Valley, West Huckham Barn is a converted rural cottage boasting wonderful views and contemporary style. The pet-friendly cottage near Wheddon Cross in Exmoor boasts a wood-burning stove, traditional features, vaulted ceilings, expansive grounds and a conservatory.
The Roundhouse is a luxurious stone-built rural cottage near Dulverton surrounded by 13 acres of lush green fields. The pet-friendly cottage boasts a unique living room which captures the views, as well as a log fire, tiled floors and furnished outdoor spaces. Explore Exmoor and Devon in style.
Situated near the heart of the lovely village of Dulverton, Merrijig is a modern, detached cottage with a wood-burning stove; a sun-drenched balcony. The family cottage promises a stress-free holiday close to the many attractions of Somerset and offers a generous garden and contemporary omforts.
Enjoying an elevated position above Bridgetown, The Ramblings enjoys wonderful views over the village to Exmoor National Park. The pet-friendly cottage boasts a cosy wood-burning stove plus multiple outdoor areas for fun and relaxation. The cottage is close to town and to the attractions of Devon.
- Blue Anchor
- Compton Bishop
- Huish Champflower
- Nether Stowey
- North Perrott
- Old Cleeve
- Porlock Weir
- Shepton Mallet
- South Petherton
- Wheddon Cross
- Wootton Courtenay
There are many listed buildings to explore such as two Somerset churches that date back to the fifteenth century. One has been reconstructed and the other still retains its original style and timeless beauty. You’ll also find an abundance of high-class tea rooms in the town making it a great destination for lunch or afternoon cream teas. Perhaps the most well known listed site within a short distance of the town is that of Tarr Steps. Here, the River Barle joins the River Exe and flows underneath a bridge completely made in Pre-historic times from enormous slabs of stone. The riverside walk itself is also stunning as you follow the confluence through a wealth of forest on either side. Dulverton is a wonderful place to visit full of surprises and picturesque treats.