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Leave the M5 at J. 27 and take the A361 toward Tiverton. After 7 miles of dual carriageway, turn right at the roundabout toward Bampton. Turn left at the Exeter Inn roundabout and take care to follow the A396 two miles later at the Black Cat road junction. Do not go through Dulverton but continue on the A396 past Exebridge for a further 7 miles. Upon entering Bridgetown, turn left immediately after the Badgers Holt Inn. If you have Sat Nav, use the postcode TA22 9JN
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Badgers Holt Inn (100yds) Exmoor National Park Wimbleball Lake Dunster & Dulverton villages Several National Trust Properties Bus service to Minehead and Dulverton Tarr Steps
There is plenty to interest all nearby, including spectacular, heather-clad moors where the Red Deer and Exmoor Ponies run free, crystal clear rivers and streams full of wild trout.
Here in Bridgetown, we have one of the most beautiful village cricket grounds in the country, and a local heritage walk full of interesting details of our past.
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