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<h1>DULVERTON HOLIDAYS</h1> holiday cottages

DULVERTON HOLIDAYS

Tranquil surroundings, heritage and exciting festivals

Visit Dulverton

The word ‘scenic’ is an understatement when it comes to describing Dulverton. Located right in the heart of Somerset it’s often referred to as the “southern gateway to Exmoor” and, as such, is a popular destination for people looking to explore the stunning National Park. The quaint town, found in a deep, wooded valley, exudes charm, and the tranquil surroundings will have you relaxed and rejuvenated in no time.

Dulverton Cottages

Whether you’re looking for somewhere lavish the whole family can lay their heads or a cosy little barn conversion for two, our range of self-catering holiday cottages in Dulverton has something for you.

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Somerset Cottages

Scattered with incredible cities, stunning coastal towns and splendid hideaways in the hills, our Somerset holiday cottages are sure to have you head over heels in love with the county.

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Interactive map of Somerset

The north of Somerset is where you’ll find the most populated towns and cities along with the majority of beaches that are in the county. Bristol is the largest city in the county and is home to a host of historical buildings and fun days out with great access to the city via the M5. Clifton is part of the city and is home to Bristol Zoo.

Six things to do in Burnham-on-Sea

Nestled along Somerset’s coastline, the popular holiday spot of Burnham-On-Sea offers the perfect traditional seaside getaway. Visitors return year after year for a dose of fun and excitement on a South West staycation and enjoy a plentiful selection of things to do in and around the town. With affordable accommodation and glorious sandy shores, Burnham-On-Sea is one of Somerset’s most popular destinations.

A gateway to Exmoor

Being so close to Exmoor means that Dulverton is great for active holidays in Somerset. Wimbleball Lake, in the vicinity of the town is particularly good for walking, cycling, and water sports, while Tarr Steps has some outstanding woodland walks.

In the town itself, the array of shops mean that you have everything you need within easy reach and the Guildhall Heritage and Arts Centre will give you an overview of the town’s fascinating history. There are also a number of fantastic pubs, including the dog-friendly Bridge Inn which has a tantalising menu using locally-sourced ingredients, an excellent range of craft beers and riverside views.

Dulverton is also a lively location, with an array of events taking place throughout the year including the annual carnival, Folk Festival and concerts.

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