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Devon Web Links

Here are some links to the websites of many local attractions, shops, cafés, restaurants, and tourist organisations we work closely with.

So, if you're planning to explore the area around Yearlstone, please take a look at these links. Suggestions for more high-quality links are welcome.


  • www.presentsforfoodies.com - Local Devon wines (ours!), cheeses, Deli products etc. New venture run by our Deli Café friends. Take a look!

Devon Vineyards

Local Shops, Cafés and Restaurants

Nearby Devon Attractions

Best Places to Stay in Devon

There are some frankly awful places to stay in Mid Devon. But here are a few places that we thoroughly recommend and which would fit in well with tours of foodie places locally. Try these first!

  • www.quoit-at-cross.co.uk/: Farmhouse B & B at our friends Roger & Linda Hill, about 15 mins from the vineyard, in a lovely peaceful part of the Exe Valley. Also good for exploring Exmoor, Bampton and Dulverton.
  • www.devonwineschool.co.uk/: Really smart and contemporary rooms in a converted barn at Alastair and Carol Peebles' Devon Wine School. Each room named after a wine area of France. Very much in keeping with a tour of Devon vineyards! Highly recommended. Also close to good food pub Cadeleigh pubs where you can try our wines with locally sourced and sympathetically cooked food ( which is still quite rare in Mid Devon !)..
  • www.eastbarton.com: A few hundred yards from the vineyard is Jim and Pam's farmhouse with a nicely converted apartment for 2-4, just off the A396.
  • Fursdon House, Fursdon, Cadbury, Exeter, Devon EX5 5JS - about 2 miles from us, is a superb country house and garden with two self catering apartments. Phone: 01392 860860, fax: 01392 860126.

Partner Organisations, Tourist Organisations, Accomodation etc