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Towering churches, beautiful walks and wildlife

Visit Cullompton

A tranquil and historic market town in the Culm Valley, Cullompton has remained unspoilt despite being a popular holiday destination for many UK and overseas visitors over the past few decades. It stretches along the River Culm and has some of the finest surrounding countryside and scenery throughout Devon. It’s also home to one of the UK's most magnificent churches: perfect for a trip back through history.

Cullompton Cottages

Our Cullompton holiday cottages provide the perfect base to relax in. Whatever your party size, we have cottages suitable for couples, large groups, and even families travelling with a dog.

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Mid Devon Cottages

Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly cottage or somewhere you can take your dog, our selection of holiday cottages in and around Mid Devon make for the perfect holiday home-from-home.

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The insider’s guide to Devon

Our insider’s guide to Devon is packed with top tips that only the locals will know because, well, we’re local! Our team have lived in, worked in and loved Devon for years, meaning we’re experts when it comes to all you need to know about our beloved county. So sit back and let us intrigue you with enthralling information, leading you to write a whole new Bucket List dedicated to the county of Devon.

The best secret walks in Devon

Two incredible coastlines, two wild moorlands and an abundance of green spaces make Devon a wonderful place to explore on foot. Discover the best secret walks and find the magic in this stunning county, from the north coast, down to the South Hams. There are woodlands which transform into riotous colour in the autumn, exhilarating coastal walks and accessible routes for all capabilities.

A local experience

Cullompton is dripping with original character and charm. A must-see landmark is St Andrew’s, a 15th century Gothic church which towers 100 feet over the town and is home to beautiful carvings and one of Devon’s longest Jacobean Galleries.

Famed for its textile and paper mills, which date back to the 1700s, the town still has working mills in the area today. Take a visit to the Coldharbour Mill Museum, in the nearby village of Uffculme, to learn about the history of the milling industry.

Exeter is on the doorstep of the town, ideal for hitting the shops or for visiting top bars and restaurants. Or, if you prefer a more local experience, Cullompton itself has a selection of independent family-run stores and pubs, while award-winning farmers’ markets and street markets are held regularly.

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