Cadhay
Cadhay

Ottery St. Mary on the River Otter is in the gentle rolling countryside of East Devon, though its most famous tradition the Tar Barrel Rolling on November 5 is far from sedate. Do take the town walk to get the best from this elegant spot... Read More

Hotels in Ottery St. Mary - 4 places to stay

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Fluxton Farm

Fluxton Farm

Welcome to Fluxton Farm. Our 16th Century Devon Longhouse is situated in the beautiful Otter Valley just south of the country town of Ottery St Mary and only four miles from the sea at Sidmouth.

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Cadhay

Cadhay

Cadhay is a unique and lovely Manor House, standing in a magnificent garden, with herbaceous borders and yew hedges and looks out over the original mediaeval fish ponds, which may have been used by the ... More | visit website

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Higher Coombe Farm (2.23 miles)

Higher Coombe Farm
You will find a warm, friendly welcome and comfortable rooms in the Victorian farmhouse at Higher Coombe Farm, where the Farmer family have farmed sheep and cattle since 1913.

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Larkbeare Grange (2.31 miles)

Larkbeare Grange
Welcome to this stunning country house bed and breakfast, ideally located for those wishing to explore the University City of Exeter and surrounding area. The house is far enough from the city to be ... More | visit website
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Sid Valley Country Hotel (2.90 miles)

Sid Valley Country Hotel

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Sid Valley 3 star silver awarded 'Small Hotel of the Year' is one of those special places rarely found.
Discover Devon inland and coast set in 7 acres of 'Outstanding Natural ... More

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Combe House Devon (3.07 miles)

Combe House Devon

Imagine a wildly romantic Grade 1 Elizabethan Manor set in 3,500 acres of one of Devon's finest country estates, close to the sea for long coastal walks, yet just a short drive from the Cathedral ... More | visit website

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Strete Ralegh Farm (3.16 miles)

Strete Ralegh Farm
A Grade II listed farmhouse in a lovely rural setting midway between Exeter and Honiton, offering three spacious bedrooms, guest lounge and large garden area which guests are welcome to use, the property being set ... More | visit website
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Woodhayes Country House (3.24 miles)

Woodhayes Country House
Woodhayes Country House is an 18th Century Georgian Villa, nestled in a tranquil rural setting on the outskirts of the village of Whimple in East Devon and within easy reach of the bustling Cathedral City ... More | visit website
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Deer Park Country House Hotel (3.50 miles)

Deer Park Country House Hotel

A Georgian squire's mansion dated 1721, set in 30 acres of glorious Devon landscape. The Deer Park Country House Hotel is situated at the end of a long drive just outside the historic lace town ... More | visit website

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Moores' Restaurant & Rooms (3.73 miles)

Moores
Moores' has three bed and breakfast rooms two doubles (one en-suite) and one twin room. All of the rooms have recently been freshly painted and comfortably refurbished. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities ... More | visit website
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Brookfields Bed & breakfast (3.80 miles)

Brookfields Bed & breakfast

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Enjoy the quiet restful ambiance of Brookfields yet close to Sidmouth, Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Exeter Airport with Exeter City a 15 minute drive. Brookfields has ample off road car ... More

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Southern Cross Guest House (3.84 miles)

Southern Cross Guest House
The Southern Cross Guest House & Tea Rooms in Newton Poppleford, nr Sidmouth, offers award winning Bed and breakfast accommodation in it's historic 14th century thatched cottage. Situated just a few miles from Sidmouth with ... More | visit website

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