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Eating out

There's a great choice of restaurants and pubs with food in and around Dulverton but do double check what type of service they are able to provide. 

The Bridge Inn by the river Barle, is a friendly pub, offering great food. Informal and relaxed. There's an outdoor seating area and dogs are welcome too

Tel. 01398 323226 

Woods is the much celebrated wine pub of the year for the whole of the UK, for seven years running! There's a bar and the restaurant, with outdoor seating and courtyard area out the back. Do call ahead to book - as it can get busy

Tel. 01398 324007

Tong Dam is a must for lovers of Thai Cuisine - excellent choice, delicious food and friendly people. It also offers a takeaway menu. 

Tel. 01398 323397

Other options include the Fish & Chip shop, The Copper Kettle tea rooms and Mortimers. 

All of these are few minutes walk from where you are staying. 

Outside the town there the Tarr Farm Inn, next to the ancient Tarr Steps clapper bridge Tel. 01643 851507. 


For fine food fans - Michelin-starred The Masons Arms at Knowstone Tel: 01398 341231 and The Bittescombe Inn at Upton Tel: 01398 388344.

Delicious dishes at Woods Bar & Restaurant, Dulverton

Dulverton - the gateway to Exmoor - offers residents and visitors a surprising variety of shop and attractions

While you are staying here make sure you visit; 

Seven Fables - beautiful arts and crafts, cards, prints, ceramics and books

Lance Nicholson - essential supplies for those love the outdoors, fishing and field sports

Acorn Antiques - antique and new furniture, artworks, fabrics and objet d'art

Rothwell & Dunworth antiquarian booksellers

Brimblecombe - for toiletries, gifts, china, clothing and accessories

Also check out Browns Jewellery, The Exclusive Cake Co and The Pink Rooster

There's also the Exmoor Heritage Centre and Model Railway. 

 Artist Jackie Morris at Seven Fables, a haven of inspiration in Dulverton
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