Uffculme

Uffculme is a village only a mile or two down a little road from the M5, with hills behind it. The River Culm runs through the settlement which has a village square and an ancient church... Read More

Hotels in Uffculme - 3 places to stay

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Waterloo Cross

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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Old Bridwell

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

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Travelodge Tiverton (1.43 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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The Globe Inn (2.44 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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Muddifords Court Country House (2.54 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 Poachers Pocket (2.78 miles)

The Poachers Pocket
The poachers pocket it is a family run hotel located on the A38 on the devon and somerset border with good transport links from J26 and J27 of the M5 and parkway railway station. The poachers ... More | visit website
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Brambles Self Catering (3.19 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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Brambles Bed and Breakfast (3.19 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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The Farm House (3.40 miles)

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Nestling in the beautiful Blackdown Hills, this spacious and luxuriously appointed farmhouse, as well as enjoying its own blissful hot tub and attractive garden (pictured), shares exceptional ... More

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Whipcott Water (3.59 miles)

Whipcott Water

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Whipcott Water is part of our Autograph Lodge Holiday collection. Commanding a peaceful and idyllic setting on the Devonshire/Somerset border this small group of contemporary cottage ... More | visit website

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Wattles at Lawpit Lodges (4.44 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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The Beambridge Inn (4.77 miles)

The Beambridge Inn
Set between the rolling Quantock and Blackdown hills the Beambridge is ideally located to access the South West. Just 3 miles from either J26 or J27 of the M5 the inn is perfectly sited to ... More | visit website

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