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B and Bs in Crediton

Combe Lancey

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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 and, together with the en-suite Bathroom and separate Breakfast Room, provides complete privacy in comfortable surroundings.

The Working Farm offers easy access to the historic Cathedral City of Exeter just eight miles away with M5 access at Junctions 29 or 30, and is an ideal base for visiting Devon's countryside, its beaches, the Two Moors Way and The National Parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor. Crediton has a broad selection of eating places, and a number of delightful pubs within a ten minute drive offer meals to suit all tastes and sports facilities such as tennis, golf and swimming.


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Person

Double: 35
Twin: £35 - extra beds (Max 2) £30 pppn and 15 pchild under 6 yrs old pn Cot provided free of charge
Single: 50 - Single occupancy
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