About Kentisbury Grange
Nestled in the heart of the Devon countryside, this elegantly restored Victorian country house boasts luxury rooms and bungalow, a restaurant, free parking, and free Wi-Fi.
Nearby towns & villages.. (3.5 miles, 5.6 km, direction NW)
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Croyde village has a scattering of thatched, colourwashed cottages and other delightful buildings, all sheltered by dunes which stand between the village and the bay... (12.2 miles, 19.6 km, direction SW)
Instow is a gorgeous seaside resort with a mass of golden sands backed by a delightful village clambering upwards to meet with fine wooded countryside... (12.7 miles, 20.4 km, direction SW)
Appledore is as enchanting as its name. It is a pretty place that shows a host of colourful fishermens cottages in the narrow streets beyond the quay.. (13.4 miles, 21.6 km, direction S)
Chittlehamholt is a lovely peaceful village lying in unspoilt countryside close to the River Taw... (13.6 miles, 21.9 km, direction S)
High Bickington lies in one of England's most beautiful and relaxing regions, it is a short distance from the meandering River Taw and is ideally set close to both Dartmoor and Exmoor... (14.7 miles, 23.7 km, direction SE)
This charming tiny village is set in lovely rural mid-Devonshire countryside within a short distance from the meandering River Mole in the beautiful Mole Valley, and the picturesque Crooked Oak stream...
Nearby attractions.. (5.6 miles, 9.0 km, direction NW)
Watermouth Castle occupies a commanding position overlooking Watermouth Bay in the lovely coastal resort of Ilfracombe. Here..... (6.3 miles, 10.2 km, direction NE)
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This is a delightful fishing lodge from 1823 located at the picturesque spot in the East Lyn Valley where the waters of the River..... (13.5 miles, 21.8 km, direction E)
A castle perched high above the sea dominates the north-eastern corner of Exmoor. For hundreds of years Dunster Castle has stood..... (16.4 miles, 26.4 km, direction SE)
A Prehistoric bridge dating from 1000 BC. The bridge crosses the river Barle with some of its stones weighing 5 tonnes, and said..... (17.2 miles, 27.7 km, direction SW)
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