WELCOME TO DULVERTON
Woods of Dulverton
Our pub offers everything from a hand-built, rustic interior right the way through to a continentally inspired menu and an award-winning wine list.
Good quality wine and good quality food are a match made in heaven. Woods Bar and Restaurant is home to a wonderful dining experience that sees traditional English food paired with a continental twist. Our Head Chef, Ed Heard, works hard to create inspiring dishes full of locally sourced produce and an A la Carte dinner menu packed with flavour. Sit by the warmth of our open fires and get the true taste of local dining.
Within its 267 square miles Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes that provide inspiration and enjoyment to visitors and residents alike.
Large areas of open moorland provide a sense of remoteness, wildness and tranquillity rare in southern Britain, while spectacular coastal views, deep wooded valleys, high sea cliffs and fast flowing streams all combine to form a rich and distinct mosaic.
Wimbleball is a hub of colour and activity throughout all the seasons. Nestled within the rolling hills of Exmoor National Park, there are plenty of ways to get active at Wimbleball.
With an array of walking and cycling trails winding around the 530 acre site, and a fantastic range of watersports and other activities available, this is the perfect location to spend a day outdoors – whether you are looking for a leisurely stroll or a challenging expedition.
Where better to begin exploring the glorious Exmoor National Park than in Dulverton, its traditional Southern Gateway?
This delightful, small market town, situated on the banks of the River Barle, is popular with visitors all year round, who come to enjoy its attractive streets lined with over 30 independent shops, cosy cottages, charming tea rooms and award-winning pubs and restaurants.
There is always something to do in Dulverton, so book into one of the many welcoming local accommodations and stay awhile at any time of year.