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Population: 8000
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The Ancient market town of Cullompton lies on the river Culm and is set in some of the finest unspoilt scenery in the West country. The fast flowing waters of the Culm means there are many old redundant mills spotted around this area. Today the town still boasts working paper and textile mills. Cold Harbour Mill near Cullompton is a working museum, where volunteers show the part played in wool production by each piece of machinery, some of which are over 100 years old. There are two suggested origins for the town’s name; from the Irish St. Columba who preached in the area in 549 or from the Saxon word “Columtune”, Meaning “The town on the Culm”. Cullompton still features an old market place and the open area where the market is held today is called the Bull Ring. St. Andrew’s church was built in the early 15th Century, with the tower added a Century later. However, a church has stood here since Saxon times. Nearby visitors can explore Hemyock Castle, said to have been a Roman stronghold. Legends of buried treasure and secret passages surround the site. Cullompton offers accommodation ranging from luxury hotels to caravan and camping sites.


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Highdown Farm (1.61 miles)

Highdown Farm
Self catering cottages, peacefully situated on an organic dairy farm with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Conveniently located one mile between the towns of Bradninch and Cullompton and only 2 miles from J28 of ... More | visit website
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Newcourt Barton (2.74 miles)

Newcourt Barton

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Award winning Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast set in delightful location. 4 miles M5 junction 28. Convenvient overnight stop for Exeter, Westpoint, Airport, travelling further south or ideal touring base for ... More

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Muddifords Court Country House (3.00 miles)

Muddifords Court Country House

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Muddifords Court is a beautiful Georgian country house set within the lovely countryside of the Culm Valley in Devon. Set in 14 acres with it's own lake, Muddifords Court is ... More

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The Coach House (3.54 miles)

The Coach House
A nineteenth century coach house sympathetically adapted to provide comfortable guest accommodation. A twin and single room, both en-suite, with kitchen/diner provides self-contained accommodation , self-catering. There are other twin-bedded rooms, with continental type breakfasts, ... More | visit website
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Old Bridwell (3.79 miles)

Old Bridwell

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Surrounded by the rolling hills and lush farmland of mid Devon, the hamlet of Old Bridwell sits on the edge of the pretty village of Uffculme. ... More


The Globe Inn (4.32 miles)

The Globe Inn

This traditional Devon village Inn is situated in the heart of Sampford Peverell, near Tiverton, backing on to the Grand Western Canal. We offer great food, local cask conditioned ales, fine wines and comfortable accommodation.

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Travelodge Tiverton (4.39 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Waterloo Cross (4.58 miles)

Waterloo Cross

The Waterloo Cross Hotel, on the border of Devon and Somerset, is a charming and friendly inn with 11 en-suite rooms. The Waterloo Cross is easily accessed, just five minutes from the M5, but also ... More | visit website

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The Silverton Inn (4.88 miles)

The Silverton Inn
The Silverton Inn is a family-run free house located in the centre of the picturesque Mid Devon village of Silverton, just a few miles from Devon's capital city, Exeter. We are ideally situated for holidays, ... More | visit website
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Best Western Tiverton Hotel (4.89 miles)

Best Western Tiverton Hotel

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The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Tiverton, just five minutes walk from the town centre. Modern hotel offering quality in relaxing surroundings. Located in beautiful Devon.

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