Exmoor House Caravan Club Site

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First trip in our new motorhome

Having hired a motorhome last year to see if we liked the life, we ordered a brand new motorhome and it finally arrived last week. We had booked this site many months ahead hoping to be out of lockdown. As newbies to all this our experience is limited,however, it’s a beautiful site with very friendly and welcoming wardens. It’s in a lovely position close to the village to get any essentials and when it stops raining we are hoping to walk to Tarr Steps which is about twelve miles away. The facilities which at the moment don’t include the showers are beautifully clean and warm. There is no play area so small children aren’t catered for but there are many sites to choose from if that’s what you want. We struggled to get a tv signal but just watched tv via the internet. If you don’t manage to get a fully serviced pitch it’s really not a problem as the site is only small so nothing is too far to walk to. All in all I would thoroughly recommend this site if you are looking for an idyllic location in a quiet setting.

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A welcome return

Having acquired another camper after many years and rejoined the club, my first trip was to revisit Exmoor House site and was delighted to find that the same high standards still prevailed. A beautifully maintained and spotlessly clean site with excellent facilities on the edge of the delightful town of Dulverton; what more can one ask? I shall be back soon.
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A warm welcome

We were fortunate enough to be able to arrive on site during the first day of opening in April. The early opening time ensured that there was a steady stream of members arriving without any queueing which might have disrupted the town. We received a warm and enthusiastic welcome from both site managers and had the bonus of some good weather. During the site closure, a lot of work had been undertaken to level and fill the hardstandings and some additional road surfacing work. Needless to say the site was spotless and remained so during our two week stay. The friendly and efficient way in which the site managers acted certainly helped to make our holiday more enjoyable. The town has a selection of pubs and cafes with a local supermarket, all within walking distance. For those with a weakness for homemade pies, pasties and cakes, the Exclusive cake company is a must visit.
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Nice site.

Only stayed for one night April 2021 after lockdown reopening. Excellent small site. Facilities with wristband worked well, all covid rules being obeyed, never saw a queue and very clean. Wardens very helpful and chatty. Pitches all gravel hard standings most are a good size. Very easy access to Dulverton only five minute walk to nearest pubs and shops. First time visit but will definitely visit again.
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Beautiful location, and great staff.

This site is an amazing location just a short walk from the quaint town of Dulverton. Dulverton has some lovely cafes & pubs, and Woods restaurant is outstanding. While here we enjoyed some beautiful walks along the river and onto Exmoor. Great place to stay. One of my favorites.
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Lovely, peaceful site

This was our first visit to Exmoor House site and Dulverton village. The welcome was friendly and we were allowed to choose our own pitch. Most of the pitches were level or almost so. The site was quiet, being mid-week in December. All facilities were spotlessly clean and felt Covid secure, with a wrist band system in place. We had heavy rain during out stay and found that a torch came in useful to avoid puddles in the dark as the site wasn't particularly well lit. The sound of the river definitely got louder after the rain. I liked it, but you might not if you are a light sleeper. Dulverton is a lovely village with a co-op, a pharmacy and some interesting independent shops, including a well stocked secondhand bookshop. We had a good, if muddy, walk up the ridge to a hill fort and back along the side of the river Barle, about 6 m or 7 miles altogether. Can recommend the scones in Mortimers and the takeaway menu in Tongdam Thai restaurant if you fancy a night off from cooking

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A well placed, well run site in a lovely little village

From the very welcoming check-in, to the sound of the river next to our pitch, the lovely village and the stag and does on our walk the whole of our stay was lovely. The staff were very approachable and friendly with helpful hints as to the walks around the area. The local shops are well stocked, the butchers (just a shame I couldn't buy the venison to take home as we were touring around) the deli, the grocers and the co-op could happily provide all your needs whilst staying.
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Always a treat

This site is so well positioned for this delightful town. I am sure the income from the Club site keeps this town as great as it is with its shops,cafe's and bars. The site has the river on one side,which is great to listen to while you lay in bed with the roof window open. Walks are abound from the site and Exmoor is worth a visit any time of year. Back to the site, The wardens are very friendly and do a great job, particularly in these Covid infested times. The site is peaceful and very well looked after. The only advice I can offer you all is to get your wellies on and take a Winter break before it shuts for the season.
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Second visit this year

Regrettably just four nights on this occasion, but we will keep coming back. From the friendly welcome from Debbie and Keith, the cleanliness of the facilities, the wooded valley surrounding the site, to the proximity of the delightful little market town of Dulverton, Exmoor House has it all. We may well manage another visit before the year is out!
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Lovely peaceful site within walking distance of Dulverton

We stayed for 3 nights on this lovely site in the heart of Somerset. On arrival we were given the pitch around the corner from the office which was right next to the toilet block. I did say we weren’t happy with it and were offered a move to the pitches near the river the next morning. Lovely tranquil spot with the river flowing behind us. This site is very peaceful. There is a dog walk, two toilet blocks and shower and dishwashing facilities. Also a laundry. Dulverton town is within walking distance from the site. There is a pub The Bridge Inn which serves lovely food. It has outdoor seating. There is a co op in the town also a fish and chip shop a butchers and other shops. A further two pubs. It’s a very pretty town with the River Barle running through the middle. Minehead is approximately 40 minutes away and we spent a day there too. A lovely break away on a lovely site and we will definitely return.
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