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Bradninch bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Bradninch Devon and the surrounding villages and stay in bed and breakfast, hotel or holiday accommodation accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

The small town of Bradninch, Devon, is surrounded by farmland belonging to the Duchy of Cornwall. There are about 2000 inhabitants.

Its history goes back to before the 7th century.

Visit Killerton, a 1778-built family home with famous historical fashion collection within marvellous landscape garden surrounded by parkland.

Nearby cities

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Beare
  • Budlake
  • Butterleigh
  • Clyst Hydon
  • Clyst St Lawrence
  • Colebrook
  • Columbjohn
  • East Butterleigh
  • Ellerhayes
  • Hele
  • Hollis Head
  • Knowle
  • Langford
  • Langford Green
  • Livingshayes
  • Mutterton
  • Ponsford
  • Rewe
  • Silverton
  • Stockwell
  • Stoneyford
  • Trinity
  • Up Exe
  • Westcott
  • Westwood

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