Bampton

Bampton is a lovely floral village a little outside Exmoor National Park. In the Civil War it was the scene of a battle, which explains why this conservation areaís buildings are nearly all Jacobean or later... Read More

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The Exeter Inn

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The Exeter Inn is an historic 15th Century Inn and Restaurant set amongst emerald green hills in the upper reaches of the delightful Exe Valley, in the beautiful Devon/Somerset border ... More

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Blackberries ~ Restaurant, Bar & Rooms

Blackberries ~ Restaurant, Bar & Rooms

Blackberries is located in the picturesque and thriving village of Bampton in mid-Devon, on the edge of the Exmoor National Park. Extensive restaurant/bar menu, free parking.

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Blackberries (0.10 miles)

Blackberries

Blackberries is located in the picturesque and thriving village of Bampton in mid-Devon, on the edge of the Exmoor National Park. Extensive restaurant/bar menu, free parking.

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Middle Upcott Farm (3.76 miles)

Middle Upcott Farm

Middle Upcott Farm provides the discerning Exmoor visitor with top quality bed and breakfast accommodation near Dulverton. We also have comfortable horse accommodation for those who wish to ride in the famous Exmoor National Park. This ... More | visit website

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Hartnoll Country House Hotel (4.74 miles)

Providing a warm and friendly welcome; the Hartnoll Hotel offers a relaxing country break.Each of the sixteen en-suite bedrooms has been tastefully furnished and is equipped with remote control TV; tea & coffee making facilities ... More | visit website
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Wattles at Lawpit Lodges (4.90 miles)

Wattles at Lawpit Lodges

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Set in sumptous Devon countryside and enjoying views over an adjacent lake, these two newly built holiday lodges offer extremely well appointed accommodation and their own private ... More

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Hawkwell Farmhouse (5.33 miles)

Hawkwell Farmhouse

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A Delightful south facing Devonshire long house, full of character and close to Dulverton, dating back to the Domesday Book. We offer discerning guests ... More

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Brambles Bed and Breakfast (5.82 miles)

Brambles Bed and Breakfast
Brambles Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located less than ten minutes from Tiverton town centre and only 2 miles from the M5 (Junction 27) and A361 for North Devon. Originally dating back to the mid ... More | visit website
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Brambles Self Catering (5.82 miles)

Brambles Self Catering
Hidden and unspoilt, Whitnage, near Tiverton in Devon, is a quiet rural hamlet with less than a dozen cottages and has panoramic views of the Exe Valley and the Blackdown Hills. Less than a mile ... More | visit website
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Best Western Tiverton Hotel (5.87 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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Angel Guesthouse (5.94 miles)

Angel Guesthouse

'The Angel' Guesthouse is situated in Tiverton's central conservation area close to all the town facilities. A warm and friendly reception awaits you at 'The Angel'.
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Classic Cottages (5.96 miles)

Classic Cottages
Itís just a quick flit from some of the countryís big cities, yet venture into the Somerset countryside and it feels as though youíve completely dropped off the 21st Century map. The Quantock Hills, the ... More

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