Exmoor House Caravan Club Site

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Nice site in lovely location.

Lovely site on the edge of Dulverton. We stayed when the site was full and it was lovely and quiet. Nice short walk into Dulverton where there are loots of places to eat and also a nice few shops. Facilities were clean and the staff member who greeted us was Lovely and welcoming.
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Great site

Beautiful small site situated right in the heart of Dulverton, with friendly wardens and everything you need right outside the gates. Peaceful location with just the sound of the river running by. Will definitely be returning here again
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Favourite site

This is our favourite site. Great location, great site, lovely wardens. Can't wait to return.

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Ideal for exploring Exmoor

One of the unsung Club sites, that never seems to receive the same recognition as other honeypot sites. The journey in is actually ok, just one narrowing as you approach the first bridge, just take is easy, and a left immediately before the Bridge Pub,Site signs are difficult to pick out. We only had the choice of 3 pitches, two of them in the banjo area behind reception,if Site was not so busy, there are better pitches, having said that we did have a large corner pitch. In the nearby area we actually walked to Tarr Steps, returning along the picturesque river Barle. Did Minehead ,Watersmeet, Lynton and Lynmouth, and the very pretty town or big village of Dunster. Cannot quote on the Covid toilet arrangements as used own facilities. All in all and lovely site and area, for our first visit.
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Great location

A lovely, relatively small site on the edge of a pretty town. Dulverton has a Co-op and a butchers plus a couple of pubs, one just 100 yds away. Great walks up into Burridge Wood and even all the way to Tarr Steps if you're up for it. Covid rules seems less intrusive here and there were rarely queues even though it was full. Staff were great. The only negative was we were told as we had a small van we had to have one of the small pitches, we paid the same as everyone else so should have had the same choice of pitch as everyone else.
Motorhomer from Gloucestershire

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Great experience

This is the first outing in our van we bought at the end of 2019 and what a fantastic experience it was,the location is fantastic, the wardens, Keith and Debbie were very friendly and welcoming and nothing was too much trouble, the site is spotlessly clean, very convenient to local amenities in the village of Dulverton,as we had our Labrador with us the walks are amazing and the opportunity for her to frequent the river Barle completed the visit. To the fellow visitors at the site thank you as you were all very helpful and a wealth of knowledge for us as new to motorhoming! We were booked for 1 night but added a night. A great experience all round and will definitely revisit this site with no hesitation.Thanks to all of you for making this a great first experience to motorhoming!
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One of the very best!

Fantastic site. Small and peaceful. Beautifully maintained and spotlessly clean. Lovely friendly wardens. Dulverton is a stones throw away. A pretty village with shops including a great butchers and a great chip shop, Thai restaurant and a couple of lovely pubs selling great food. Lots of walks direct from the site. Perfect location. We will definitely return.
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Fantastic Covid Safe Site

The staff were so welcoming and the safeguards they have put in place regarding Covid were brilliant! I Iove the new band sysytem. I would recommend a stay as the safety measures are excellent. As always a lovely relaxing site to visit. Well done!

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Fantastic New Year

We are a family of 2 adults and 1 12 year old boy. We were looking for a very quiet site close to shops and pubs and within walking distance. We were NOT disappointed at all. This site was perfect. As our son is 12 we were not looking for a child friendly place but the club wifi came in handy throughout the week. There were 2 toilet blocks so we hardly saw any one in them and the site was full. They were spotlessly clean and warm. The pitches were flat, clean and were a good size. The warm welcome we had from the wardens was lovely and we had a great time at the New Years Eve drinks chatting to others and listening to the choir. We enjoy walking and cycling. There was a good circular walk above the town that we enjoyed and also the walk at Tarr Steps was fab and the Cream tea at the pub was delicious. As we prefer to cycle on traffic free roads we drove to Exeter( 45 mins) and cycled the Exe trail to Dawlish Warren. We were lucky the weather was sunny and dry. We ate at the Bridge Inn which was very nice and the welcome was great. We also ate at the Wood Brasserie/pub. The food here was exceptional. We would recommend you book. There were beautiful open fires in both and we spent New Years Eve between them both. All locals were friendly and welcomed our son at all times. There was so much more we could have explored but we were so relaxed that's all we managed. We have already booked for next year over Christmas and New Year again and we can't wait to experience more places and catch up with the wardens and other guests!!!!
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