Exmoor House Caravan Club Site

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Wonderful site

When ever we are in the southwest we always return to Dulverton. It is a busy site but usually very relaxing and with Dulverton on the door step ideally placed for doing very little or being very adventurous. Cannot recommend this site more highly it is excellent. This visit had a little of the shine taken off as it felt as if there were more dogs than people on site when we arrived. Don't shout at me as we have had dogs all our lives. Shown them, bred them and loved them but sometimes you have to wonder! My wife went to the dog walk mid afternoon with our mini schnauzer and on the way out bumped into a gentleman on a zimmer frame with 4 dogs of differing breads. They decided to have a go at our dog and the chap had great difficulty stopping them so my wife retreated into the dog walk while he got them under some sort of control. There were also several other campers with 3 or 4 dogs and I consider we have to start thinking if there should be a cap on the number of dogs per unit. Never thought I would say that but there was almost a dawn chorus of barking first thing!! Still overall a great site with great off site dog walks and we still love it and will be back.
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We'll be back

Lovely site in a perfect location for walks but slightly cut off if you're in a motorhome that you don't want to move. Dulverton is a lovely little village less than 10 minutes walk away with a few pubs, bakeries, cafes, and a Coop. Facilities kept spotless by very friendly wardens. We will add this to our growing list of sites that we will return to.

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A lovely little site

We loved this site. We found it peaceful and quiet, the amenities are very good and its on the edge of a lovely little town with all its pubs, shops etc. We made use of the bus service to Minehead and then caught the steam train back to quaint Dunster where we got the return bus back to Dulverton. The wardens are doing a fantastic job looking after this site. We would definitely use this site again.

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Great location and friendly site

We have just returned from this site. As a family with 2 young children we found the site to be in a great location as we could walk into the village easily and also take the children padding in the river. We had a lovely meal in the Bridge Inn too. We met some lovely caravanners (particularly our neighbours!) who were very welcoming considering most of them were not families but older couples. There are great walks up on Exmoor and a lovely NT property to visit. The kids missed not having a play area but we filled our time doing other things. We will definitely go back!

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wonderful site

we have just returned from spending 8 nights on this lovely site. I can only echo the things the other reviews have already said. Dulverton has all the amenities needed very near the site so no need to bring all your food with you. The Farmshop and tearoom just over the bridge are very welcoming and dog friendly with a wide range of produce.  We will return again.
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One of our favourites

This is always one of our favourite sites, and our stay this time was as good as ever. Trevor and Sally are excellent wardens, extremely diligent, hard-working and helpful, whilst finding time to chat and be sociable. It's a shame that there are no longer any grass pitches, but the Exmoor weather is such that hardstandings make sense especially as the site is open throughout autumn and much of the winter. The great thing about this site is its location, right on the edge of Dulverton where you can buy everything you need. There is a butcher, greengrocer, patisserie/bread shop, deli, hardware shop, Post Office, a small Co-op supermarket, you name it, it's there. So don't bring all your food etc with you, just wander through to the village and support the wonderful little shops. Most of the shops are dog-friendly, as are the pubs, hotels etc. There are several places to get a meal, the Lion Hotel, the Bridge pub right by the site, Woods bar and restaurant, as well as a take-away doing Fish and Chips and pork sandwiches etc. There are walks from the site, or a short drive gets you out onto the moor for places such as Tarr Steps, Dunkery Beacon, Dunster, Lynton and Lynmouth, Watersmeet, Woody Bay. It is all just wonderful countryside.
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perfect

This club site has it all!  It is beautifully quiet, in the centre of town with only a few hundred yards to walking in every direction. The facilities are exceptional, clean, well designed and a pleasure to use.  I could not rate it more highly. 
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Fabulous Site

My partner,myself and our two dogs have just come back from spending 5nights here, fab site lovely, quiet and right next to a small traditional town, the scenery around the site is beautiful, and the walks that you can do take you on some stunning views, a good pair of walking boots or trainers are recommended and hope you not afraid of some steep inclines. The site itself it great, immaculately clean and well kept, the wardens were great, informing us about different walks we could take and places to visit, the to reception at the site is very poor......unless you either take ariel cable with you or you can purchase some in reception/the shop which you then plug into the back of the power hookups, I did break my rubber hammer trying to get my rock pegs into the hard standing, but the warden was great I asked if I could lend a hammer, which he replied there is a tool kit available to lend in all c&c sites, proper hammer did the job in no time. Thank you Exmoor House team, will definatly be revisiting :-) 
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Cold welcome. Less than helpfull when needed assistance

First of all I would just like to say that I am not in the habit or writing reviews but feel so strongly about how we were treated at this ssite.... We visited Exmoor House Caravan Club Site for one night initialy but may have stayed two. This was our very first outing in our brand new motorhome in order to check it out before venturing further afield (we live in Taunton). We had a problem with the heating system, we could not heat up our water on gas nor electric. There is no signal available at the site due to location so asked if I could use the phone in the office if I parked outside as it was a hands free phone. You think that I was asking for the world. I was told to either drive up the road to a higher point to pick up a signal or use the pay phone which I did. I needed to make several calls to our supplier. They rang me back on the site phone but I was not allowed to step out side of the office. In the end I decided to give up on the fault and move to another friendly site, I was reminded by the female agent that I was only booked in for one day anyway. I think she wanted me to leave!!!! I will not be returning. We have stayed at many different sites over the years and met some really pleasant, helpful site agents. This is a good site, it is very clean and tidy, it is perfectly located just do not expect a warm welcome.
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Suited us a treat!

A perfect Easter Holidays location for us... i.e. Two people needing a peaceful base to go walking with our two dogs. Perfect weather too!  A fine base for walking. Good places to go eat and have a tipple as Dulverton has all we needed for the evening bit.  It might be the fact that I'm a bit tight - but fees charged for three days parked up against the wall of an office building did seem a bit steep. Still, a great trip! 
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