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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01409 | code search
Postcode: EX21 | code search
Population: 250
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devil’s Stone

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Shebbear College
"A great school. Independent co educational, day and boarding. Rural location with superb 80 acre grounds. Good exam results and fine teachers. Confident, well mannered happy pupils. Probably the best ..." More

Shebbear College
"A highly regarded Independent (public) school with excellent teachers, good exam results and happy pupils. Probably the leading school in North Devon. The setting is rural and the 80 acre ..." More

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Beaworthy is a small village situated in North West Devon, home to two hundred and thirty people. The village has a delightful 14th Century church although mostly rebuilt in the 1800’s….There are many interesting places nearby, the hardest thing is what to do first. For a glimpse at Mother Nature’s palette of colours a trip to Winsford Walled Garden will dazzle as the kaleidoscope of plants unfurl like a precious carpet, the scents linger in the Herb Garden, and the Victorian Greenhouses link with the past….. If an 11th Century Castle evokes visions of Damsels and Knights then Oakhampton Castle stands ever watchful above a fast flowing river, although the Damsels and Knights have long since gone there are woodland walks to enjoy and a chance to pic nic by the river… For an insight into the history of nearby Holsworthy step inside the Museum and share their intriguing exhibits……..or perhaps the Museum Of Dartmoor Life will explain the way of life in times past, all set within a 19th Century Mill. For a dash of mystery Dartmoor Prison Museum unlocks a fascinating story, or climb aboard a Steam Locomotive at Launceston Steam Railway and experience the golden age of travel.

Church

St Michaels

Cottage

Misty Waters

Pub and Bar

Devil's Stone Inn
Golden Inn
Junction Inn
Torridge Inn

School

Shebbear College

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Bramley Wood & Buckland Filleigh Organic
The Little Gallery on the Farm

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Kingsley Mill (4.03 miles)

Kingsley Mill

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This delightful 18th century water mill's idyllic riverside setting in the tranquil Torridge Valley offers the opportunity to enjoy 1½ miles of private salmon and trout fishing ... More

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Hay Meadow Farm (4.08 miles)

Hay Meadow Farm
Hay Meadow Farm is a 12th century thatched manor house with origins dating even further back. Mentioned in the Doomsday Book the farm is steeped in history with its inglenook fireplaces and exposed wooden beams ... More | visit website
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The Bickford Arms (4.16 miles)

The Bickford Arms

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The Bickford Arms has stood at Brandis Corner near Holsworthy since the 17th century, first as a coaching inn and now as a completely rebuilt traditional pub/restaurant offering bed and breakfast. Reduced ... More

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Halfmoon Inn (The) (4.49 miles)

Halfmoon Inn (The)
Family run and owned since 1958 the Half Moon Inn is renowned for its hospitality and unique homely atmosphere. Situated in some of the most picturesque countryside in North Devon, Sheepwash once a thriving market ... More | visit website
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Eversfield Lodge (5.40 miles)

Eversfield Lodge

Tucked away in the heart of West Devon on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, Eversfield Lodge forms part of an 850 acre working, organic farm producing award-winning meat.Eversfield Lodge offers luxury accommodation with beautifully ... More | visit website

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Fairway Lodge (5.59 miles)

Fairway Lodge
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor, located close to the historic town of Okehampton, the northern gateway to the Dartmoor National Park. ... More | visit website
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The George (5.82 miles)

The George
The George, Hatherleigh, is back from the ashes. This country pub, hotel and dining room is now fully reopened after a £2.5 m refurbishment. It is famous for offering sensational food and stylish bedrooms at ... More | visit website
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Blagdon Manor (5.93 miles)

Blagdon Manor
A Grade II listed building with wonderful views across the rolling Devonshire countryside towards Dartmoor; records suggest that the Manor has existed in some form since saxon times; long before the Domesday Book of 1086.

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Pressland Country House (5.94 miles)

Pressland Country House
Pressland Country House offers warm and welcoming self catering accommodation. A perfect place for your escape to the heart of rural Devon and an ideal base for an exploration of the South West of England. ... More | visit website
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Price of Peace (6.14 miles)

Price of Peace

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Price of Peace is situated on the banks of the River Torridge in peaceful and tranquil surroundings.Built as a fishing lodge it has been lovingly restored to offer luxury en-suite ... More

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