Dulverton is a beautiful Historic Market Town situated on the River Barle, on the edge of Exmoor and a is a vibrant local hub and popular with visitors all year round.
It has the oldest medieval bridge on Exmoor spanning the river near the former workhouse and is home to Exmoor National Parks Head Office which are set on stunning lawns on the edge of the River. There are pleasant walks along the riverbank and several options to walk looping through Burridge Woods and a short town based stroll along the leat which used to power 4 mills.
Dulverton has more than 40 wonderful independent shops, award winning restaurants, pubs, and tea rooms many serving locally sourced produce and attracts shoppers and foodies alike. The ever popular Farmers Market is the last Saturday of every month April - September.
Dulverton is a lively town, with many different activities in which visitors are welcome to join in. Sports activities include tennis, kayaking and mountain biking. fishing shooting and there is a gym with regular classes. There is a fortnightly cinema and many events through the year including the hugely popular Dulverton by Starlight festival at the beginning of December.
There are 3 churches in Dulverton and the Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre. The National Park Information Centre is in the centre of the town and shares premises with the local public library, with free internet access.
Its no surprise that Dulverton is such a popular choice for locals, visitors and tourists all year round.
Eating and Drinking
Exmoor Lawns and Riverside
Farmers Market (last Saturday in every month April-September)
Eat Dirt on Exmoor (May)
Annual Duck Race (May)
Dulverton Summer Festival (August)
Dulverton by Starlight (December)
Regular film nights
Dulverton National Park Centre
7-9 Fore Street
Tel: 01398 323 841