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The Bell

Mark and Lynn welcome you to The Bell at Chittlehampton ~ a child and dog-friendly traditional local North Devon pub recently refurbished with modern facilities such as a dining Conservatory and easy disabled access. Although we are a non-smoking pub, we do have a smoking area. There is a large garden to the rear with a play area for children, next to an orchard where alpacas graze. All set in the heart of the beautiful North Devon Countryside.

cat-icon The Square, Chittlehampton, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37 9QL, UK

The Rising Sun Hotel

Dating back to the 13th Century, this old sporting inn overlooks the river in the beautiful Taw Valley. It offers a warm, courteous atmosphere, and with us as your hosts, you can be assured of a wonderful stay. For centuries, the Rising Sun Inn has enjoyed a premier position in North Devon for sporting and leisure pursuits. We can arrange access to some of the best fishing beats on the River Taw which is generally accepted as the Sea Trout & Salmon river of the Southwest. Check out our fishing log when you visit - it'll be tucked away behind ...

cat-icon Pound Lane End, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37 9DU, UK
cat-icon Bickington, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37 9AY, UK

Exeter Inn

History of The Exeter Inn Chittlehamholt, originally a clearing in the wood, became a logging station to which the people of Chittlehampton came to cut timber, and eventually grew into a separate hamlet. Throughout the Middle Ages and up to the reign of Henry VIII, it was a park belonging to the earls of Devon, and until 1885 it was a part of Chittlehampton known as the South Quarter of the village; the name appears in old parish records as Chittlehamholt. The Exeter Inn is a sixteenth century coaching inn. The road through Chittlehamholt at the time was the main Barnstaple ...

cat-icon Chittlehamholt, Umberleigh, Devon, EX37 9NS, UK

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