BRATTON FLEMING

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Bratton Fleming, White Hart Hotel c1955 (courtesy Frith Collection)

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Welcome to Bratton Fleming, North Devon, as a lively village there are often local events held in and around the area and you are invited to join in during your stay. From various sporting events taken place at our Sports Club to Quizzes, Race Nights and live Music events held at various venues in and around the area, details of which are posted around the village or can be found at our local Village Store, along with details of other local attractions including the Exmoor Zoo, complete with the Exmoor Beast! We are surrounded by beautiful countryside and outstanding views and detailed leaflets are available at the store showing circular walks and are full of some very interesting history of the area so why not grab one, along with a freshly made lunch and set off on a picnic or let the children enjoy the play equipment on our village green whilst you relax. The White Hart Inn offers a range of local beers and home cooked meals.
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Bratton Fleming
Bed and Breakfast
Bratton Fleming
Thornlea Farm Cottage is located between Barnstaple and Lynton on the fringe of Exmoor and is on North Thorne, a working sheep farm. An idyllic setting just a 2 minute stroll from Wistlandpound Lake with its beautiful walks and excellent trout fishing. A central location within easy access to both the North Devon coast and Exmoor.
This spacious and well equipped farm cottage sleeps 8 plus cot and comprises of a lounge, kitchen/diner, 4 bedrooms-2 twins, 2 doubles both with wash basins, bathroom with bath, overhead power shower and wash basin, 2 separate toilets. Conservatory. Suitable for partially disabled.
Sorry no pets or smoking in the property.
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Bratton Fleming
Bracken House-----------------------------------Lodge No 33A

A short distance from the centre of the pretty Devon village of Bratton Fleming, amidst seven acres of gardens is the old rectory known as Bracken House. Home to Sue and Guy Sherratt, and their two children since 2009 it is now a welcoming family home for guests. Antiques and art sit comfortably alongside relaxed furnishings and the library is packed with interesting books. A Devon cream tea on arrival is served either in the library or on fine days outside on the plant-filled terrace.

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