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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01884 | code search
Postcode: EX16 | code search
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Birthplace of:
Hannah Cowley
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devilís Stone

Tiverton Events

May
Tivvyfest

July
Mid Devon Show

August
Rackenford Beer and Music Festival
Tiverton Literary Festival

October
Autumn Stalls

December
Christmas Craft Fair
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Best Western Tiverton Hotel
"Had a lovely stay at the Tiverton Hotel and couldn't fault anything - Friendly helpful staff, spotless room, Flat-screen television and free Wifi in my room. Food from the hotel ..." More

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"had a great stay here - hostess charm personified. Recommended ..." More

Best Western Tiverton Hotel
"Bad Points: Breakfast was not very appatising, cold and had been on the hot p[late a long time. Evening mesals wear overpriced and not to the standard you expect for ..." More

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Mid Devon, Devonshire's Heartland, is bordered by Exmoor to the north, the Blackdown Hills to the east, Exeter to the south and Dartmoor to the west. The Exe, Creedy and Culm rivers wind their way through water meadows and native woodland of Mid Devon on their way to the sea. Within the lush wooded valleys a wide diversity of wildlife thrives. Deer, fox and badger are common, whilst the elusive otter is an occasional and much-treasured sight. Heron and kingfisher feed along the rivers and buzzards hunt across rough pasture and the higher moorlands.

The rolling hills of Mid Devon contain a mosaic of small fields, cob-and -thatch farm buildings and scattered villages and hamlets. This landscape can be easily accessed on foot by using the dense and well-maintained network of footpaths and bridleways. For those wishing to venture further afield the quiet country lanes are ideal for cycling. Most Mid Devon villages are clustered around the twin centres of traditional rural life; the church and the pub. The visitor can revive flagging spirits in one or both establishments.

At the centre of Mid Devon lies the market town of Tiverton, which boasts a castle, historic almshouses and an award-winning museum. An ideal way to relax whilst spending time in Tiverton is to take a trip in a horse-drawn barge along the Great Western canal. Two other towns of note within the area are Crediton, birthplace of Saint Boniface and Bampton, frequent winner of the the Britain-in-bloom competition. But wherever you visit in Mid Devon you will be assured of a welcome from the heart.

Accountant

Langtons IFA Ltd
Molyneux Associates Ltd
Thomas Westcott Gillard Heal
Wheelers Accountants

Attraction

Bickleigh Castle
Devon Railway Centre
Garden House Sculpture Studio
Grand Western Canal Country Park
Grand Western Horse Boat Company
Knightshayes Court
Stoodleigh Court
Tiverton Castle
Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life

Budget

Travelodge Tiverton *book online*

Classes

Dance - Willow Tree Centre of Dance
Yoga - Equipoise

Cottage

Brambles Self Catering
Higher Coombe Cottage
Marshalls Farm Barn
The Goyle

Council

Mid Devon District Council

Dentist

Castle View Dental Practice
Holmead Farm Dental Practice
St Peter St Dental Centre

Doctor

Bloom J N A
Bull PM
Castle Place Practice
Dr Sheridan H & Dr Seal

Estate Agent

Gribble Booth & Taylor
Hipkiss Paul
Nick Seddon Estate Agents
Proberts Estate Agents
Richard Fuller Estate Agents
Stags

Farmers Market

Tiverton Farmers Market

Golf Club

Tiverton Golf Club

Holiday Park

Morrells Valley Lodges

Inn

Best Western Tiverton Hotel
Fisherman's Cot
The Globe Inn

The Poachers Pocket

Market

Pannier Car Boot
Tiverton Farmers Market
Tiverton Pannier Market

Pub and Bar

Fisherman's Cot
Four In Hand
Mad Hatters Cafe Bar Restaurant
Queens Head
Seven Stars Inn
The Globe Inn

Restaurant

Cellar Restaurant
Fisherman's Cot
Mad Hatters Cafe Bar Restaurant
Mallards Restaurant
The Globe Inn

School

Blundellís School
St Aubynís School

Self-Catering

Brambles Self Catering
Morrells Valley Lodges
Wattles at Lawpit Lodges

Solicitor

Alexander Paul
Nicholas Huber & Co

Taxi

Atlas Cars
Brians Cabs
Castle Cabs
Castle Executive Travel
Jim's Taxis

Vet

Westridge Veterinary Practice

Sports Clubs

Morebath CC (Cricket)
Tiverton BMX Club (Cycling)
Tiverton Harriers (Athletics)
Tiverton Rugby Club (Rugby Union)
Tiverton Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

Tiverton Bookshop
W H Smith Ltd
Ivy's Flowers
Boots
Lloyd Maunder
Noahs Ark Pet Shop
Purrfect Pets

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Leafcycle
Dorothy Perkins
Bampton Pharmacy
Adam J Pilgrim
Waterstones
Carphone Warehouse
Blue Iris Gallery
Thorntons
Gibbett Moor Farm
West Yeo Farm
Reapers
Peacocks
Miss Selfridge
Superdrug
The Curtain Company
Lloyds Pharmacy
Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Specsavers
Witheridge Farm Shop
The Purple Ukulele
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Antiques

Magnolia House Antiques
Exevalley Antiques

Activities

Tiverton Tigers BMX(Cycling)
Shalden Shooting School(Shooting)
The Shooting Company(Shooting)

Places to Stay near Tiverton

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Angel Guesthouse (0.18 miles)

Angel Guesthouse

'The Angel' Guesthouse is situated in Tiverton's central conservation area close to all the town facilities. A warm and friendly reception awaits you at 'The Angel'.
'The Angel' makes an ideal base for visiting the unspoilt ... More | visit website

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Best Western Tiverton Hotel (0.65 miles)

Best Western Tiverton Hotel

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The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Tiverton, just five minutes walk from the town centre. Modern hotel offering quality in relaxing surroundings. Located in beautiful Devon.

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Lodgehill Hotel (0.90 miles)

Lodgehill Hotel

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Family run, family friendly small hotel set in a peaceful location overlooking the Exe valley. Just 7 miles from the M5 and 30 minutes from Exeter airport. We are 45 ... More

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Hartnoll Country House Hotel (1.37 miles)

Providing a warm and friendly welcome; the Hartnoll Hotel offers a relaxing country break.Each of the sixteen en-suite bedrooms has been tastefully furnished and is equipped with remote control TV; tea & coffee making facilities ... More | visit website
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Fishermans Cot (3.16 miles)

Fishermans Cot

The Fisherman's Cot, nestling on the banks of the River Exe at Bickleigh, is one of the most picturesque inns in the South of England. Its superb location makes it an all-year-round choice for locals ... More | visit website

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Bickleigh Castle (3.60 miles)

Bickleigh Castle

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One of Devon's most beautiful wedding venues and bed and breakfast breaks, this 14th century castle nestles in a valley surrounded by 30 acres of lush green land.

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Wattles at Lawpit Lodges (3.70 miles)

Wattles at Lawpit Lodges

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Set in sumptous Devon countryside and enjoying views over an adjacent lake, these two newly built holiday lodges offer extremely well appointed accommodation and their own private ... More

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Thorverton Arms (4.42 miles)

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The Thorverton Arms is a 16th century coaching inn with an award winning restaurant and is located in the centre of the beautiful village of Thorverton in Devon. We are ... More

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Muddifords Court Country House (4.66 miles)

Muddifords Court Country House

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Muddifords Court is a beautiful Georgian country house set within the lovely countryside of the Culm Valley in Devon. Set in 14 acres with it's own lake, Muddifords Court is ... More

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Brambles Bed and Breakfast (4.98 miles)

Brambles Bed and Breakfast
Brambles Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located less than ten minutes from Tiverton town centre and only 2 miles from the M5 (Junction 27) and A361 for North Devon. Originally dating back to the mid ... More | visit website

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