Hanover Court, Kemp's Way, Dulverton was built in 1990 and sits in the Barle Valley of Exmoor National Park. It is surrounded by woodlands, gardens and borders onto a stream and wooded pathway.
The development comprises of 20 one bedroom apartments which benefit from a large residents lounge, dining room, tea bar and guest room. Activities include coffee mornings/afternoons, card making, and a vintage film afternoon. A hot mid-day meal is provided as part of the tenancy.
A professional on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. There is a consultation room for hairdressing, chiropody, optician, and district nurse visits.
You are most welcome to register your interest for Hanover Court, Dulverton.
Dulverton is a town in West Somerset within the Exmoor National Park. It has a selection of shops including a farm shop, deli, café, supermarket, pharmacy and post office. It also has a medical centre with GP surgery, optician and dental practice. There are three public houses within the town and also the much acclaimed Woods Restaurant and Wine Bar.
Exe Valley is the newest of the Mid Devon Leisure centres, situated in the heart of Tiverton offering many modern facilities including fitness suite, tennis courts and swimming pool. There is also a film club in Tiverton.
History and heritage
Dulverton lies below the Iron Age hill forts of Oldberry Castle, Mounsey Castle and Brewer's Castle. South of the town is Briggins Moor a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest. Nearby Tiverton Castle is part Scheduled Ancient Monument and part Grade I Listed.
Situated in the south west of Britain, Exmoor National Park contains an amazing variety of landscapes within its 267 square miles. It has a unique landscape of moorland, woodland, valleys and farmland, shaped by people and nature over thousands of years.
The Steam Train at Minehead offers a nostalgic 20 mile journey passing through 8 stations the final one being Bishops Lydeard. On this trip you will travel first of all along the North Somerset coastline and then pass through the Quantock Hills, The Brendon Hills and be able to observe the vast area of Exmoor National Park.
Location and transport links
Dulverton lies within the Exmoor National Park. The nearest main line train station is at Tiverton Parkway, 20 miles away on the London to Penzance line. It is about 13 miles from the M5 motorway. There is a bus stop located approximately 200 yards from the scheme with the bus service operating between Tiverton and Minehead Monday to Saturday every two hours.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.17 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.17 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.19 miles