The New Inn

Inn in Crediton, Devon

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The New Inn, Coleford
Crediton
Devon
England
EX17 5BZ

The New Inn, Crediton

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Great West Country Food, Award Winning Cask Ales, a 4 star B&B Inn near Exeter, and a Parrot called ‘Captain’. In a picturesque, secluded Devon valley near Exeter between Dartmoor and Exmoor you will find the New Inn Coleford, a romantic 13th century thatched West Country freehouse and restaurant with tasteful, 4 star award en-suite bed and breakfast accommodation close to Crediton and the A377. A large car parking area and beautiful garden make the New Inn perfect for business or pleasure trips

This beautiful Devon country Inn near Exeter with old beams and flagstones is a hidden gem of a bed and breakfast. Specialising in real country cooking, warm hospitality and 'cooked to order' breakfasts, the New Inn offers exceptional value! The Restaurant is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and you’ll taste some of the best local food in the area - try Red Ruby Beef, Exe Estuary Mussels or Creedy Carver Duck together with award winning local cask ales like Otter, Doombar, Stag or Betty Stogs. There are about 20 House Wines available by the glass and some of the finest mellow, malt whiskies! The New Inn Coleford, near Crediton with 4 star AA rated bed and breakfast accommodation is steeped in local history.

Back in the 15th century, Coleford was on the main highway from Cornwall to Devon and tradition relates that the New Inn provided respite for travelling Cistercian monks. Nowadays guests stop overnight en route to Cornwall and the A30 and ‘Captain’ our talking Amazon blue parrot has greeted guests for over 29 years. Nobody is spared his cheeky comments and he just can’t keep a secret! This highly rated Devon country dining pub, The New Inn, Coleford near Crediton, with its bed and breakfast rooms is only around 8 miles from Exeter.

And nearby there's opportunities for fishing, walking and golf, there's historic houses and gardens too or why not catch the Exe Valley Tarka Line Train, just a mile away! The six lovely rooms have comfortable beds, flatscreen TV's with DVD facility,clock radio & CD and extra large fluffy white towels!

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Crediton Travel and Heritage Information

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Newton St Cyres, St Cyr and St Julitta's Church - 6.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Puddington, St Thomas' Church - 7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Brushford, St Mary's Church - 7.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Castle Drogo - 7.3 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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