Cullompton, set in the heart of the Culm Valley is seen as the gateway to Devon. The M5 motorway junction at its core provides for easy access to all parts of the county including the Cathedral City of Exeter, the National Parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor and many coastal resorts. The town boasts an impressive 15th Century church, St Andrews, with its notable chancel, nave and rood screen and The Walronds, a historic Grade 1 Tudor town house.
Its location on the fringe of the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, provides for stunning scenery and picturesque walks. The Coldharbour Woollen Mill can be found just outside of the town centre, as can the National Trust Properties of Killerton and Knightshayes. Other tourist attractions include Diggerland, The Bear Trail and Quad World. Yarak birds of prey is a very popular place of interest with many good reviews.
Cullompton is a traditional market town with a wide range of independent shops, cafes and public houses. The Farmers’ Market, the oldest of its kind in the South West, is held on the second Saturday of every month where people can purchase delicious locally produced fayre.
Relax in our heated swimming pool and slip into the tranquillity of rural life. Spacious comfortable cottage with indoor and outdoor play areas. Quiet but accessible location for Exeter and the M5.
Set in a picturesque location convenient to M5 for overnight stop or ideal touring base. Delightful rooms, peaceful surroundings and beautiful views with easy access to everything Devon has to offer.
Two spacious cottages and a cosy retreat for two. Set in peaceful surroundings with stunning views, lovely walks and lots of wildlife to see. Ideally situated for visiting the coast, Exmoor, Dartmoor