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Address: Higher Dunsaller, Crediton, EX5 5PJ

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Seven miles from Exeter city centre, The Stable in Thorverton enjoys a pretty village location in the Devon countryside. This studio apartment offers free parking and Wi-Fi, and supplies breakfast if required. A 1st-floor open-plan bedroom has a king-size bed and living area with TV and sofa, and leads to an en suite bathroom with bath and built-in shower. Downstairs, the kitchen and dining area is equipped with an oven, microwave and fridge freezer and looks out onto a small patio area. A breakfast basket of cereals, muesli, bread, pastries and fruit can be provided if required, for a small additional charge. Teas, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, sugar and biscuits are also supplied. The village of Thorverton has 2 churches, 2 pubs, a post office and a mobile village shop. Exeter Cathedral and the town of Crediton are around 15-20 minutes’ drive from The Stable.

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The University of Exeter - University

The University of Exeter - University

Distance 4.97 miles (7.94 km)
The University of Exeter, established in 1955, is a public institution situated in Devon, England with 14,255 students (2007-2008) all over its three campuses. Exeter has three campuses: Streatham and St Lukes (both of which are in Exeter), and Tremough in Cornwall. The University conducts specialized courses in Archaeology, Business Management, Classic Ancient History, Computer Science, Drama & Dance, Economics, English, French, Geography, German, Italian, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Astronomy, Psychology, Religious Studies and more.

Exeter St Davids Railway Station - Railway Station

Exeter St Davids Railway Station - Railway Station

Distance 5.4 miles (8.64 km)
Exeter St Davids station is the most important of seven National Rail stations in the city of Exeter in southwest England. It was opened in May 1844 by the Bristol and Exeter Railway (B&ER), although operated at first by the Great Western Railway, which absorbed the B&ER in 1876. Today the station is owned by Network Rail and operated by First Great Western. The station currently has six platforms: five are bi-directional through lines, while the sixth is an east-facing bay normally used only for stabling trains. The station is served, in order of frequency, by Wessex Trains, First Great Western, Virgin Trains, South West Trains, and Arriva Trains Wales.

Padbrook Park Golf Course - Cullompton - Golf

Padbrook Park Golf Course - Cullompton - Golf

Distance 6.56 miles (10.49 km)
Padbrook Park's Golf Course is one of the finest in the county. Set amongst 100 acres of beautiful Devon countryside. Established in 1992, this 9-hole/18 tee parkland course (6108 yards, PAR 70, SSS 69) features extensive water and woodland hazards and its large tees and greens have been constructed for all year round play. The course is affiliated to both the County and National Golfing Unions and Professionals Robert Thorpe and Richard Coffin are available by prior appointment for advice, lessons and club repairs. The Course is supported by a putting green, practice bunker and chipping area, which may be used by all visiting golfers. Limited club and trolley hire is also available from the shop, as well as a number of buggies.