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This 18th-century hotel is set in the center of South Molton. It mixes original character with modern comforts and has log fires, free Wi-Fi, free parking and rooms with attached bathroom with... Our second visit in a month, great breakfast, well appointed room and friendly staff
The Castle Inn in South Molton provides adults-only accommodations with a restaurant, a bar and a garden. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. Everything was 1st. class. The boss & staff very accomodating and friendly.
Set in South Molton, 25 mi from Minehead, Heasley House offers a restaurant and free WiFi. This was a last minute quick choice as we had to be in the area but everything went very smoothly and it turned out to be a total treat staying there. Jamie and Melly the owners were charming, Our room was beautiful and so comfortable and we would love to go again to visit the surrounding area.
Garden view consisted overlooking parked caravans. Advertised as a country club. The accommodation was upstairs above the bar for caravaners. We left a day early if that’s any indication of what we thought. Avoid at all costs.
South Molton is a Georgian town with small shops and restaurants. The award winning Pannier Market held every Thursday and Saturday is well worth browsing around with delightful stalls and welcoming people. Nearby is Quince Honey Farm, well worth a visit as well as Barnstaple with its excellent museum and shopping centre. South Molton is a good centre for reaching Exmoor and the beaches of North Devon. We stayed at The Castle Inn at George Nympton which was delightful and only a five minute drive from South Molton. Also enjoyed a very good supper at The Stag's Head in Filleigh.
Molton has a fabulous market but even outside market days it’s a charming little spot with great independent shops for food and crafts and gifts, and a beautiful park and woods up the hill. In the centre are interesting alleyways round the old church to explore. There’s a good bus service and it’s a very handy base for exploring North Devon by car or bike if you are fit.
Loved the market! Disappointed that the Christmas tree festival had finished. Not quite as many shops as I had imagined but they were interesting to explore. A reasonable area. Particularly enjoyed lunch at the Corn Dolly. A lovely market town atmosphere.
The town is quaint and relaxed. Fantastic base to explore Exmoor National Park. We had a fantastic day out at ultimateadventurecentre.com The castle Inn is an amazing country pub just 5 minutes drive out of the town centre that serves the best mushroom stroganoff I’ve ever tasted.
A very nice market town on the edge of Exmoor. There are lots to do in the area. Large towns within easy reach for shopping and the moors nearby to see the ponies or deer, then many sea resorts to visit within easy reach. The North Devon link road runs past South Molton and gives very easy access to Barnstaple, Bideford, Woolacombe, Ilfracombe - all within an hour, and leads on to many more coastal resorts.
This was a last minute quick choice as we had to be in the area but everything went very smoothly and it turned out to be a total treat staying there. Jamie and Melly the owners were charming, Our room was beautiful and so comfortable and we would love to go again to visit the surrounding area.
Our second visit in a month, great breakfast, well appointed room and friendly staff