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Exmoor House Caravan Club Site
Kemps Way, Dulverton, Somerset, TA22 9HLView on map
Why stay here ...
Exmoor House Club Site is a pretty, peaceful destination which offers superb views up the valley and with some pitches overlooking the River Barle. The caravan park is within walking distance of the quaint old town of Dulverton, with its shops, pubs and restaurants. This is an ideal location for those seeking a relaxing caravan holiday in Somerset. It's also well situated for dog owners, with plenty of lovely woodland and National Park walks.
Exmoor House Club Site makes for a marvellous base to explore Exmoor, one of the UK's loveliest and most approachable National Parks. Conveniently, the National Park's Information Centre is located a short stroll from the caravan park and the friendly staff will be only too happy to help you plan out a rewarding schedule of activities for your stay. Keen anglers will want to visit Wimbleball Lake or try fly-fishing at one of the nearby fishing reserves. Leave your car behind and explore this walker's paradise - there are plenty of illustrated leaflets to guide you on your trails, making sure that you don't miss out on any of the superb scenic views. You can also enjoy a scenic steam train journey on the West Somerset Railway, running between Minehead and Bishop's Lydeard.
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
From the M5: exit at junction 27 onto the A361 signposted Tiverton - Barnstaple. In approximately 6 miles turn right at the roundabout onto the A396 signposted Dulverton/Exmoor. At the roundabout by the Exeter Inn take the first exit signposted Dulverton, still on the A396. In 2 miles at the Black Cat junction wth sharp left bend do not turn left or right but keep right to crossroads next to disused filling pump. Cross the B3227 and continue straight on the A396 (signposted Lake Side). Within 2.75 miles in Exebridge fork left by round house onto the B3222. In about 400 yards cross the humpback bridge by the Anchor Inn. Continue to Dulverton, cross the river bridge and turn immediately left in front of Bridge Inn. Ignore all car park signs and continue into Kemps Way keeping left past shrubbery. The site is in 200 yards. Please note, the route includes two narrow hump river bridges on B3222, which should be approached with care. Please do not tow through Dulverton town centre which can be congested.
- TA22 9HL
- Lat 51.04144 / Lon -3.55284
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Minehead and Taunton
- Car hire on site
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
- Shop within 1 mile
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When looking for a base to explore the Exmoor National Park and its surrounding area, we chose Dulverton as it seemed to be best placed for all things Exmoor. And when your surname is Kemp and you see a site located in Kemps Way, then why look any further. To be fair we did a little more diligence than that, we read the reviews which were all extremely good. Having now spent 4 nights there, we can confirm that our views are the same as the other reviewers. It's location is perfect. How nice is it to be at a site that is 5 mins from a town that has a proper butchers, greengrocers, chip shop and pubs. To be surrounded by the National Park as well. The people are 'proper' country folk too. How can you tell? They say, 'hello' to your dog first. The facilities are top notch. Isn't it nice to have a heated shower block and loo. Pitches are nicely laid out and the Staff are professional and friendly. There were no downsides at all. There are some things to be mindful of though. Remember the altitude in Exmoor ranges from sea level to 1300 feet plus. If you're in a valley you might not get a good TV or Phone signal. That said our Sky/O2 phone signal was okay on site. TV reception wasn't so good. The consequence seemed to be that everyone was hitting the Internet, which had its moments. Lack of TV signal didn't bother us too much. We were so exhausted from walking up and down the hills and together with the sound of the river in the background we were asleep quite early most nights.
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- 01398 323268