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  • The Butterleigh Inn - Name: The Butterleigh Inn Location: Cullompton ''A country gem and everything a country pub should be'' was how one kind guest described 'The Butterleigh' following his stay with us. Find a tranquil moment to relax, reflect and converse if that takes your fancy. The Butterleigh is a great place for conversation between people and not machines. A moment when the outside world does not intrude. This is Butterleigh, simple, delightfully friendly and solidly traditional.

    Located in the heart of the heart of the beautiful rolling countryside
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  • The Culm Valley Inn - Name: The Culm Valley Inn Location: Cullompton We like to think of our pub as a traditional, free house country pub, with a small smattering of funky and a large dollop of eclectic.

    We source as much locally produced fresh produce as possible and pride ourselves on bringing to the table fantastic looking and mouthwateringly good wholesome food.

    We serve marvellously crafted local beers and ciders and our supplier of our world wines is also very local to us.

    Our furniture throughout is hand picked for its eclectic randomness, no tw
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  • Name: The Bell Inn Location: Cullompton   read more
  • The Merry Harriers - Merry Harriers Name: The Merry Harriers Location: Cullompton The Merry Harriers is an award winning family owned Free House set in the beautiful Blackdown Hills, recently designated an "area of outstanding natural beauty".

    The Merry Harriers is just off Junction 26 of the M5, 3 miles from Wellington and 10 minutes from Taunton, the county town of Somerset and 25 minutes from Honiton plus only 30 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter. Brown tourist signs will guide you to the pub from the A38 and the top of Ford Street.

    From Taunton via Blagdon Hil
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  • Name: The Merry Harriers Location: Cullompton Good, wholesome, honest food in a pub with great local beers read more
  • White Hart Inn - Name: White Hart Inn Location: Cullompton The White Hart Inn at Cullompton is a traditional village Inn where you will find a warm welcome and friendly locals.

    Serving home cooked pub grub and thirst quenching real ales.

    Come and see us soon.
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  • Wyndham Arms Inn - Name: Wyndham Arms Inn Location: Cullompton The Wyndham Arms Kentisbeare is a grade II listed historic coaching inn, off the A373 to Honiton, just 3 miles from Cullompton (map and more information) and the M5, Junction 28.

    The Pub has been fully refurbished to a high standard quite recently. It now demonstrates its rustic charm and friendly atmosphere. Families and dogs are welcome. Free Wi-Fi internet access is available.
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  • The Ashill Inn - Name: The Ashill Inn Location: Cullompton Ashill Inn near Cullompton is a quaint little village pub in the heart of the Devon countryside.
    Ashill Inn was built in 1835 and is a Grade II listed public house. It is situated in the picturesque Mid Devon village of Ashill only 2 miles from the villages of Kentisbeare, with easy links to Honiton and the East Devon coast, and Uffculme, with its working mill museum.
    Our bar offers a wide selection of craft beers sorced from local breweries.
    The Ashill Inn, Devon...Make it your place, for a
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  • The Five Bells - Name: The Five Bells Location: Cullompton The Five Bells at Clyst Hydon is only 10 miles from the city of Exeter and well worth the trip for a lazy lunch a special dinner or drinks before and after a Chiefs match.
    Step inside and there is now an elevated dining area with a large feature mirror, plenty of tables and chairs, slate-flagged floors, window seats, a games room and a Bavarian inspired ‘Stamtisch’ or local’s table.
    We have saved the original bar top, restored the parquet flooring and retained all the old roof beams. Exp
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  • Name: The Halfway House Location: Cullompton Situated on the outskirts of Willand approximately two miles from the market town of Cullompton and midway between junctions 27 & 28 of the M5, many cyclists also use the pub as the popular mid Devon cycle path passes the front door en route to Tiverton Parkway station and beyond. read more

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