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Inns in Tiverton

The Globe Inn
16 Lower Town
Sampford Peverell

Tiverton
Devon

EX16 7BJ | View map
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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.

We have eight spacious and light en suite bedrooms, including a four poster room and family rooms.

The Globe Inn offers an extensive menu, from breakfasts and lunch time light snacks to a la carte meals and carveries in our bars, restaurant and function rooms. We also serve traditional cream teas.

Sampford Peverell enjoys an excellent location within a 5 minute drive from the M5 at junction 27, approximately 5 miles from Tiverton and the mainline railways station at Tiverton Parkway is within a mile walk.

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Nearest Train Station: Tiverton
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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: 65
Twin: 65
Single: 45 - Single occupancy
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No Smoking Rooms
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