Exebridge is a small village on the border between Devon and West Somerset. It is also positioned on the edge of, and is home to the popular Anchor Inn.
The town of Dulvertonis roughly four miles north of Exebridge, and a gateway to Exmoor. In fact, the town is home to the Exmoor National Park Authority Headquarters. From here you can explore Britain’s smallest national park at your own pace, be that on foot, two wheels or even horseback. The town of Bampton is also reachable from Exebridge within ten minutes, and is known locally for its superb floral displays. Not forgetting it's surprising selection of eateries, including The Swan, The Quarryman’s Rest, and Bampton Fish Bar.