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Colyton bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Colyton Devon and the surrounding villages and stay in bandb, hotel or holiday apartment accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

Colyton is a small town in Devon, population circa 2100, full of narrow streets with a history going back to about AD 700.

The handsome Saxon church, largely rebuilt in the 15th century, has a tower topped by an octagonal lantern. Inside the church are some fine monuments.

The plentiful winding lanes linking the farms of Colyton parish making the area ideal for walking. An open-deck electric tram runs between Colyton and Seaton in the summer.

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Abbey Gate
  • Axmouth
  • Beer
  • Colyford
  • Combpyne
  • Hampton
  • Holyford
  • Kilmington
  • Kingsdon
  • Maidenhayne
  • Musbury
  • Road Green
  • Seaton Junction
  • Shute
  • Southleigh
  • St Dympna's
  • Tricombe
  • Trill
  • Umborne
  • Watchcombe
  • Whitford

Information for visitors to Colyton seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

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