Tedburn St Mary

Tedburn St Mary sits between Exeter and the eastern edge of the Dartmoor National Park, a moderately-sized village with some picturesque cottages and an ancient church, easy to reach via the A30 and with a 9-hole golf course on its doorstep... Read More

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Kings Arms Inn

Kings Arms Inn

This traditional thatched Devon village Inn offers today's traveller good food and refreshment. The history of yesterday and comfort of today will ensure you enjoy your visit to the Kings Arms Inn - where fine food ... More | Double Room: From £60

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Fingle Glen Hotel

Fingle Glen Hotel
The Fingle Glen Hotel is located next to the excellent Fingle Glen 18 Hole Golf Course. The hotel enjoys a great location in Devon and makes an ideal base from which to explore the area ... More | visit website

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Fingle Glen (1.64 miles)

Fingle Glen

Fingle Glen is a small hotel on a golf course west of Exeter, Devon. There are 10 newly refurbished rooms on the first floor that are now of a very high standard. We pride ourselved ... More | visit website

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Brook Farmhouse (1.67 miles)

Brook Farmhouse
Brook Farmhouse is a delightful thatched farmhouse, in a peaceful valley in the heart of the Devon Countryside. We offer spacious accommodation with private bathroom. Brook Farmhouse is a short drive from the Cathedral City of Exeter and ... More | visit website
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Woodleigh Coach House (2.12 miles)

Woodleigh Coach House
This Grade II listed coach house is set adjacent to the Dartmoor National Park and areas of outstanding natural beauty, whilst still providing easy access to Exeter, Torbay and Plymouth. We offer a wide variety ... More | visit website
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Combe Lancey (4.54 miles)

Combe Lancey
The beamed accommodation is within the old cob and timbered Linhay which forms part of the Grade II Listed 15th Century thatched Manor House. It offers south-facing views of the valley over the formal gardens ... More | visit website
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Lamb Inn (5.21 miles)

Lamb Inn

The Lamb Inn is a 16th century former coaching house with open fires, low ceilings, comfy sofas, stunning bedrooms and a private room for parties of less than fifty. It's a typical village pub, always ... More | visit website

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White Hart Hotel (6.23 miles)

White Hart Hotel

The White Hart has stood in the Market Square of Moretonhampstead for over three and a half centuries. Formally a Georgian posting house, the Plymouth to London mail coaches changed horses here. During the Napoleonic ... More | visit website

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Great Western Hotel (6.26 miles)

Great Western Hotel

Ideally located 150 yards from St Davidís Station and close to the city centre, makes Great Western Hotel your base for exploring historic Exeter and Devon Countryside. The Hotel offers two traditional bars where prints ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Exeter Central St Davids (6.27 miles)

Premier Inn Exeter Central St Davids
Just 100 metres from Exeter St. Davids Rail Station, this Premier Inn has bright, modern rooms with private bathrooms. Exeterís centre is just 15 minutesí walk away. Each room at Premier Inn Central St. Davids features ... More | visit website
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Best Western Lord Haldon Hotel (6.28 miles)

Best Western Lord Haldon Hotel

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Set in large private grounds with 23 en suite rooms which enjoy stunning views over the rolling Devon hills, the hotel offers the peace of the countryside and yet is easily ... More

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Cedar Lodge Hotel (6.30 miles)

Cedar Lodge Hotel
Close to the city centre, the river and the Exe Bridge, this Victorian villa offers free wireless internet access and comfortable accommodation at great-value rates. Cedar Lodge Hotel has a great location, just 550 yards from ... More | visit website

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