Tiverton is an old market town on the River Exe and the Grand Western Canal (on which you can take horse-drawn barge trips), with its own castle and some lovely old almshouses, with lovely hill country surrounding it... Read More

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Best Western Tiverton Hotel

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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Bickleigh Castle Hotel

Bickleigh Castle Hotel
Our 14th Century wedding castle venue nestles in a valley with 30 acres of lush green land stretching out around it. The River Exe runs through the land offering you the chance to fish ... More | visit website
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Brambles Bed and Breakfast

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 | Double Room: From 25 | visit website
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Hartnoll Country House Hotel

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

The Globe Inn

The Globe Inn

This traditional Devon village Inn is situated in the heart of Sampford Peverell, near Tiverton, backing on to the Grand Western Canal. We offer great food, local cask conditioned ales, fine wines and comfortable accommodation.

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