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Tel code: 01363 | code search
Postcode: EX17 | code search
Population: 6500
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devil’s Stone

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Combe Lancey
"Combe Lancey is a real delight hidden in the countryside just outside of Crediton. We stayed just for one night, stopping over on our way south, but we wish we ..." More

Devonshire Dumplin
"we went for a romantic valentine meal first seated by main front door ooh so cold then asked for move to table by gents??? i am a veggy ..." More

Warrens Farm
"Just come back from a lovely holiday in Devon.We stayed at Warrens Farm and were treated so well.Mrs.Brimacombe always has a smile on her face and her English breakfast is ..." More

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Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Devon market town of Crediton lies 7 miles from Exeter and is convenient for exploring both Exmoor and Dartmoor. For most of this historic town’s life it has been a farming community, located in an area of fertile red land. It was also a centre for woollen cloth manufacturing, an industry carried out by workers in their homes, providing labour for the entire family. The men worked the looms, their wives spun and the children combed and carded the wool. Crediton serge cloth was of an extremely high quality and exported worldwide. Towards the 19th Century as competition drove them away from the wool industry, Crediton embraced the leather industry and began to manufacture boots and shoes in factories rather than homes. Nowadays, activities such as golf, fishing, rambling, rock climbing, orienteering, riding and water sports are all within reach of visitors to Crediton. In the town’s shops and farmer’s market held the first Saturday of the month, can be purchased locally grown and produced game, beef, organic vegetables and cheeses. For those interested in the cheese making process, there are several dairies and creameries around Crediton open to the public.


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Bull PM
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Shorney JS
Westwood PA

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Cleverdons Estate Agency
Cornerstone Independent Estate Agents
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Downes Crediton


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Crediton Farmers' Market
Queen Elizabeth's Community College Car Boot

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Crediton Inn
Crown Of Crediton
Devonshire Dumplin
Lamb Inn
Mare & Foal
Old Malt Scoop Inn
Ring 'O' Bells
Ship Inn
The New Inn Coleford
Waie Inn
White Swan Inn


Crediton Inn
Devonshire Dumplin
Il Casita
Lamb Inn
Old Malt Scoop Inn
The New Inn Coleford


Hotchkiss Warburton


White Swan Taxi Service


O'Brien & Wildman

Sports Clubs

Crediton TC (Tennis)
Crediton United (Amateur Football)
Sandford CC (Cricket)
Shobrooke Park CC (Cricket)


Crediton Pet Shop
Langridge Organic Products Ltd
Linscombe Farm Vegetables
Lifestyle Pharmacy
Ivor Coram
A E Lee
Spinnakers Gallery
Green House (The)
West Forde Organics
Red Ruby Devon Beef
Lloyds Pharmacy
MC Kelly Ltd
Cox Butchers
Bristows of Devon

Four Seasons
Chanson Des Fleurs
Ashgrove Kitchens
Phillips Print & Stationery
Cheeky Tots

Places to Stay near Crediton

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Combe Lancey (0.78 miles)

Combe Lancey
The beamed accommodation is within the old cob and timbered Linhay which forms part of the Grade II Listed 15th Century thatched Manor House. It offers south-facing views of the valley over the formal gardens ... More | visit website
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Lamb Inn (1.32 miles)

Lamb Inn

The Lamb Inn is a 16th century former coaching house with open fires, low ceilings, comfy sofas, stunning bedrooms and a private room for parties of less than fifty. It's a typical village pub, always ... More | visit website


Kings Arms Inn (3.98 miles)

Kings Arms Inn

This traditional thatched Devon village Inn offers today's traveller good food and refreshment. The history of yesterday and comfort of today will ensure you enjoy your visit to the Kings Arms Inn - where fine food ... More

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Fingle Glen (4.41 miles)

Fingle Glen

Fingle Glen is a small hotel on a golf course west of Exeter, Devon. There are 10 newly refurbished rooms on the first floor that are now of a very high standard. We pride ourselved ... More | visit website

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Devon Wine School (5.23 miles)

Devon Wine School

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The Devon Wine School is just a wonderful place to stay and enjoy good wine and food, with 2 very comfortable en-suite double rooms offering Gold Award 5 Star B&B ... More

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Woodleigh Coach House (5.44 miles)

Woodleigh Coach House
This Grade II listed coach house is set adjacent to the Dartmoor National Park and areas of outstanding natural beauty, whilst still providing easy access to Exeter, Torbay and Plymouth. We offer a wide variety ... More | visit website
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Brook Farmhouse (5.63 miles)

Brook Farmhouse
Brook Farmhouse is a delightful thatched farmhouse, in a peaceful valley in the heart of the Devon Countryside. We offer spacious accommodation with private bathroom. Brook Farmhouse is a short drive from the Cathedral City of Exeter and ... More | visit website
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Thorverton Arms (6.00 miles)

Thorverton Arms

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The Thorverton Arms is a 16th century coaching inn and is located in the centre of the beautiful village of Thorverton in Devon. We are ... More

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Black Dog Inn (6.05 miles)

Black Dog Inn
The Black Dog Inn is situated in the hamlet of Black Dog, famous for the ghost of a Black dog. A rural location awaits with beautiful views of Dartmoor and smack bang in the middle ... More | visit website
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Holland Hall (6.48 miles)

Holland Hall

Holland Hall is a stunning modern residence with a glass fronted dining room with panoramic views over the Exe Estuary. Holland Hall is only 1˝ miles from the City Centre and is approx a 20 ... More | visit website

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