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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01566 | code search
Postcode: PL16 | code search
Population: 1400
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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

Lifton Events

May
Eat The Devon Way

July
South West Forest Wood Fair
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Tinhay Mill Guest House
"My husband and I recently visited this delightful establishment and found it to be quite charming with a host and hostess to match. We stayed in the guest house accommodation ..." More

Lifton Hall Hotel
"Good Points: As a solo traveller all the staff made you feel very welcome. The food was excellent!

Date visited: 2007-10-01 ..." More

Old Coach House
"Beginning with the warmest of personal welcomes by Cathy our stay at "The Old Coach House" was an experience we will definitely repeat. Located within 3 mins of the main ..." More

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In the valley of the river Lyd near the Cornish border, Lifton is one of the oldest Saxon villages in West Devon, believed to have been of military importance to those early 8th Century settlers. The church of St. Mary is a 1st Century building restored in 1871. There is also evidence of previous 14th Century work. The church houses a 12th Century font and some grand monuments to local dignitaries from the area’s past. For a real taste of Lifton, visit the Strawberry Fields Farm Shop. Open 7 days a week, visitors can pick their own strawberries, enjoy a home cooked meal in the traditional farmhouse restaurant, buy fresh from the shop, bakery and butchery and now…Homemade ice-cream! This family run farm shop is part of a working farm offering a real taste of Devon and an enjoyable day out in the countryside for all the family. Lifton also offers an art retreat for a creative holiday and opportunities to relax while fishing on the river Lyd. For places to stay, there are luxury hotels including the Lifton Hall Hotel and Village Inn and the Arundell Arms. Also available are self catering, B&B and traditional holiday cottages to let.

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Lifton Hall Hotel (0.07 miles)

Lifton Hall Hotel

Lifton Hall is a family run, 10 bedroom hotel just off A30 and only 40 minutes from Exeter and the M5. We are ideally situated for touring west Devon and Cornwall, with many attractions, such ... More | visit website

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Arundell Arms Hotel (0.07 miles)

Arundell Arms Hotel

The Arundell Arms is a delightful former 18th century coaching inn on a site which dates back to Saxon times, in a valley of five rivers on the Devon/Cornwall border offering log fire comfort, caring ... More

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Tinhay Mill Guest House (0.42 miles)

Tinhay Mill Guest House
Tinhay Mill is situated in the quiet village of Tinay near Lifton, 2 miles from the Cornwall border, 10 miles from Dartmoor and close enough to the A30 for convenient access to the rest of ... More | visit website
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Old Coach House (1.58 miles)

Old Coach House

The Old Coach House (4* AA Rated and a member of the Dartmoor Tourist Association) is situated in 1.5 Acres of secluded, landscaped gardens with a number of seating areas for the relaxation of our ... More | visit website

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St. Leonards House B&B (2.27 miles)

St. Leonards House B&B

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St Leonards House is the comfortable, relaxing home of John and Jane Marshall set in the country just one mile from the historic town of Launceston, the ancient capital of ... More

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Frankaborough Farm Holiday Cottages (3.38 miles)

Frankaborough Farm Holiday Cottages
A warm, friendly welcome awaits you at our traditional beef, sheep and dairy farm ideally located on the Devon/Cornwall border and popular with guests touring many attractions in the West Country. We offer excellent four ... More | visit website
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Tor Cottage (3.74 miles)

Tor Cottage
A romantic retreat and an escape from the outside world, Tor Cottage offers luxury accommodation with a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Nestling in its own private valley Tor Cottage is small and very special, offering ... More | visit website
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Riverside Apartment (3.74 miles)

Riverside Apartment
The Riverside Apartment is a modern two bedroom ground floor apartment on a new development situated within a rural corner of the Kensey Valley, bordered by river and fields, on the edge of Launceston. This ... More | visit website
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Percys Hotel (4.24 miles)

Percys Hotel

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Since opening in 1996, Tina Bricknell-Webb has let her cooking be determined by what grows around her. Home-reared lamb, eggs and pork, plus some of the freshest fish to be ... More | visit website

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Lewtrenchard Manor (4.48 miles)

Lewtrenchard Manor

Built in a peaceful Devon valley, Lewtrenchard Manor is a Jacobean house built on the site of an earlier dwelling mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

Owned by Von Essen Hotels and run by General Manager Sarah ... More | visit website

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