The Silverton Inn

Bed and Breakfast in Silverton, Devon

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5 Fore Street

The Silverton Inn, Silverton

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The Silverton Inn is a family-run free house located in the centre of the picturesque Mid Devon village of Silverton, just a few miles from Devons capital city, Exeter. We are ideally situated for holidays, business trips and the University of Exeter. We offer excellent homemade food, local beers and comfortable bed and breakfast.

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