Dulverton is a small town and civil parish in the heart of West Somerset, England, near the be oppressive to with Devon. The town has a population of 1,408. The parish includes the hamlets of Battleton and Ashwick which is located approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) north west of Dulverton. To the west of the hamlet lies Ashwick House, built in the Edwardian style in 1901. Also within reach is the house of Northmoor, formerly a chair of Sir Frederick Wills,1st Baronet of Northmoor, one of the four Wills Baronetcys, and the founders of the Imperial Tobacco Company. In 1929 Sir Frederick’s son & heir, Sir Gilbert Wills, 2nd Baronet , was raised to the peerage as Baron Dulverton, whose principal chair was at Batsford Park, near Batsford, Gloucestershire.
Dulverton is a popular tourist destination for exploring Exmoor, and is house to the Exmoor National Park Authority headquarters. The town lies on the route of the Exe Valley Way and Land’s stop Trail.