Cullompton is a town in Mid Devon. Located on the banks of the River Culm, 13 miles northeast of the city of Exeter, it is surrounded by green, rolling hills and farmland. Cullompton is perfectly located for exploring both Devon and Somerset. Exmoor National Park lies to the town’s north, the beaches and fishing villages of Devon’s south coast are a short drive southward, and the unspoiled countryside of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are a few miles to its east. Cullompton has a rich history as one of Devon’s centres for the production of wool and cloth, and today, the town is home to several flour and paper mills. Self-catering holidays in Cullompton are ideal for visitors who want to experience life in an authentic Devon community, a stone’s throw from some of the county’s most spectacular scenery.

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The Dairy is a truly romantic escape offering wonderful views, elegant design, a spacious interior and an indulgent hot tub. The rural cottage sits among rolling hills in Cullompton and enjoys the serenity of the Devon countryside, as well as a masterful blend of modernity and traditional décor.

A romantic rural cottage set in the tranquil Culm Valley, The Coach House near the medieval town of Cullompton, Devon, offers stylish accommodation for couples in the East Devon countryside, with private terrace, hot tub, free-standing rolltop bath and two flat-screen TVs.

Tucked away in rural Devon, outside Exeter, The Shippen is an amazing one bedroom cottage for couples that will awaken the sense of love in you. A romantic retreat, it oozes comfort and class, and opens up to an amazing view of hills and endless trees.

Apple Barrel Barn is a gorgeous rural cottage sitting in ample grounds in Dunkeswell Abbey, Devon. Families and their pets are welcomed to a peaceful cottage surrounded by natural wonders and within a distance of the Jurassic Coast and can be assured cleanliness under the Safer Stays program.

Take a wander from holiday cottages in Cullompton and you will discover a bustling town centre. In and around Fore Street, there are a variety of family-run businesses. The town’s best places to eat include the Bakehouse, Roberto’s, and Marshall’s Fish Bar. There are several historic pubs, including the Pony and Trap and the Weary Traveller. On the doorstep of holiday cottages in Cullompton, the town’s farmers’ market is the best place to pick up fresh, local produce.

There are many visitor attractions within a short distance of the town, including opportunities for Quad Biking, the National Trust's Killerton House Estate and horse dranw narrowboat rides along the Great Western Canale in nearby Tiverton.

The town centre is Mid Devon’s only conversation area, with a wealth of listed buildings. These include a 17th century home known as the Walronds, and 15th century St Andrew’s Church. The church’s tower is more than 100ft tall, and visible for miles around. Cullompton is easily reached on public transport. It is also near the M5, which runs north to Taunton and south to Exeter.