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Considered as the Southern gateway to Exmoor, Dulverton stands between the rivers Barle and Exe which converge a mile or so down the valley. There are many walks from the town; the riverside provides walks both ways along the Barle which are very popular. The wild open moorland of Winsford Hill on Exmoor is just a few miles north up the Barle valley. We work directly with selected Dulverton B&Bs, guesthouses and small hotels to offer you the best accommodation and room deals. Have a look below at our selection of Dulverton bed and breakfast, guest house and small hotel accommodations.
This Dulverton Hotel is 7.6mi, 12.2km from central Dulverton
The Crown Hotel is a family run 17th Century Coaching Inn at the heart of the Exmoor National Park. The Crown Hotel… more information.
This Dulverton Hotel is 2.3mi, 3.7km from central Dulverton
The Anchor Inn is a 17th century coaching inn situated on the bank of the river Exe in Exebridge, less than two miles… more information.
This Dulverton Hotel is 4.0mi, 6.4km from central Dulverton
Set in its own 40 acres, 16th century Tarr Farm Inn nestles just above Tarr Steps and the River Barle. Only 7 miles from… more information.
This Dulverton Hotel is 8.0mi, 12.9km from central Dulverton
Edgcott House, one of Exmoor's luxury Guest Houses, has undergone a major refurbishment by its new owners after being… more information.
This Dulverton Hotel is 6.4mi, 10.3km from central Dulverton
The Royal Oak Inn has been the centre and focal point of Withypool for over 300 years. Located in possibly the most… more information.
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