Set off the A 361 road in Devon, this traditional 15th-century pub and restaurant with rooms is 6 miles from both Tiverton Castle and Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life. It's also 12 miles from medieval Cothay Manor.The subdued rooms, most featuring en suite bathrooms, provide complimentary Wi-Fi, TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Set in a Victorian terraced house, this cosy B&B is 0.2 miles from River Batherm and 2 miles from Shillingford and Morebath.The 3 warm rooms feature tea and coffeemaking facilities, flat-screen TVs and free WiFI.
In a low-rise stone building in Bampton town centre, this simple bed-and-breakfast is within 10 minutes' walk of shops and restaurants, and 4 miles from Exmoor National Park.The 5 straightforward rooms have en suite bathrooms and feature tea and coffeemaking facilities and free WiFi. Upper-floor rooms are accessible by stairs only.
In a 19th-century Georgian townhouse, this upscale village-centre B&B is a minutes' walk from the River Batherm and 3.7 miles from Exmoor National Park.Country-chic rooms offer private or en suite bathrooms with designer toiletries and heated towel rails.
Bridge House Hotel Bampton provides a comfortable setting when in Bampton.The hotel provides cosy rooms, furnished to fit the requirements of any guest.The hotel features a restaurant and a bar where guests are able to relax of an evening.
The Quarrymans Rest provides a comfortable setting while in Bampton.The hotel has 3 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.The Quarrymans Rest has its very own pub where guests can socialise while sitting down to a casual meal and a drink.
Situated in Bampton, The Red Lion Hotel Bampton is a short drive from Exmoor National Park and offers on-site parking.There are 4 modern rooms at the inn, each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.The Red Lion Hotel Bampton has an on-site pub where patrons can socialise while sitting down to a casual meal and a drink.
Exmoor Lakeside is located in Bampton and is close to Exmoor National Park. It also offers a garden, a lake and wireless internet.The property features a restaurant and a bar where guests can unwind of an evening.
This is an area well known for its hunting, fishing, shooting and is very popular with ramblers and cyclists. The Exmoor National Park is only 6 miles away and the beautiful beaches of North and South Devon is a 40 minute drive. With its comfortable sofas and welcoming log fires The Quarrymans Rest is a great place to visit.
Mel and Martin welcome you to the beautiful Exe valley where the Bark House has stood for over 200 years, originally for the storage of oak bark used in the tanning industry but now a place where you will receive warm Devon hospitality. The building is set in terraced gardens with a backdrop of wooded hillside, ample parking across the road where fields lead down to the river Exe. Inside the Bark House the cosy lounge has comfortable seating and an open fire, a small bar for residents and diners, and an intimate restaurant.
Bampton, also called Bampton - in - the - Bush, is a settlement and civil parish in the Thames Valley about 4.5 miles southwest of Witney in Oxfordshire. The parish includes the hamlet of Weald. The 2011 Census recorded the parish's population as 2,564.