Cheap Hotels in Cullompton
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Hotels in Cullompton
A beautiful old-style market town in the heart of the Devonshire countryside, Cullompton, or Cully as it is known locally, lies on the River Culm. Offering beautiful surroundings, rich history, great shopping and good food, it is the perfect base for a break and we have a selection of Cullompton hotels from which to explore the area.
Coldharbour Mill in nearby Uffculme is a 200 year old working spinning mill built in 1799, and is a rare surviving example of Georgian architecture, industry and enterprise. In 1982 the mill opened as a working museum and continues to produce high-quality knitting yarn on its original period machinery. Visitors can take a tour of the factory to learn about the processes involved, and buy a range of knitting wools and fabrics manufactured exclusively by the mill itself.
Have a unique experience at the Yarak Bird of Prey Centre, where you can enjoy unforgetSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION flying and learning experiences with hawks, owls, falcons and even majestic eagles.
A park that offers a lot of fun and a very different day out is Diggerland, where children and adults can ride, drive and operate full-size construction machinery. Located just outside the town of Cullompton, it is the perfect place to go for an action-packed day out. Full facilities are available, including a campsite and fishing lake, and there are many rides and vehicle experiences for all ages.
Food and drink
Devon is famous for its cream teas and visitors can enjoy a tranquil experience of one at Pickwicks, located in the town. Serving other high quality traditional food such as lunches, soups and Danish teas in a warm atmosphere, it is the perfect break from shopping or touring.
The Butterleigh Inn is a charming eatery and bed and breakfast located in Cullompton. Visitors looking for a good meal can expect to find a delightfully friendly, solidly traditional Devonshire Inn and a quality evening of food and entertainment.
For great pub food made with fresh local produce, and a wide selection of locally sourced craft beers, try Ashill Inn. Built in 1835, the inn is a Grade II listed public house, situated in the nearby picturesque village of Ashill. It is popular with locals and visitors alike.
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