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BEST WESTERN Tiverton Hotel

Blundells Road, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 4DB

Ratings & Awards


3 stars Hotel inspected by AA but not currently a member.
Silver CSR award from Green Tourism.

Hotel Amenities


  • Free Internet
  • Free parking onsite (110 spaces)
  • Parking On Site
  • Pets Allowed
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • WIFI
  • Lift
  • 24hr service
  • Hotel And Bedrooms All Completely Non Smoking

Hotel Information


Hotel lift only services the conference side of the property and does not access any of the bedrooms.


Get in touch


08445 76 76 76
*local rate

Attractions
near the BEST WESTERN Tiverton Hotel, Tiverton


Killerton

Killerton, an 18th-century house in Exeter, contains a collection of 18th to 20th-century costumes as well as a Victorian laundry. Check out what fashion was like in the olden days and be grateful that corsets are no longer everyday attire!

Available : Feb - Dec 2013 (various dates)

Beautiful Days

Beautiful Days brings friendly festival vibes to Escot Park in Ottery St Mary. Performances are spread across five stages, while other attractions include walkabout theatre, real ale bars from Otter Brewery and family camping.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Bill Douglas Centre

Founded in 1994, Exeter's Bill Douglas Centre contains an enormous collection relating to the history of film and visual media. About 900 of the most important items are on display in two galleries, while the remaining thousands of books and objects are all available for study in the Research Centre.

Available : Weekdays only

Exeter Festival of South West England Food and Drink

If you've ever salivated over a Devon clotted cream tea, downed a pint of scrumpy cider or enjoyed a Somerset cheddar, the Exeter Festival of South West England Food and Drink at Exeter Castle is for you.

Available : Apr 2013 (annual)

Northernhay Gardens

Leafy Northernhay Gardens were once part of Exeter castle's defences and are now a popular spot with walkers and picnickers. Wander through mature trees and flowerbeds, statues of important local citizens and a number of war memorials.

Available : Daily

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Exeter's time-honoured Royal Albert Memorial Museum boasts 16 galleries of local and international history.

Available : Daily; not Sun

Exeter Cathedral

It's no surprise that Exeter is known as the "Cathedral City" - the 12th-century edifice is a highlight for visitors. Check out the vaulted ceiling and great clock inside, and the antique shops in the pretty streets surrounding the building.

Available : Daily

Exeter Record & CD Fair

The Exeter Record & CD Fair, held at regular intervals throughout the year, attracts collectors and dealers from all over the country. St George's Hall fills with CDs, tapes, records and memorabilia covering all kinds of recorded music.

Available : May 2013 (various dates)

Toy, Train & Model Collectors Fair

Kids and adults of all ages gather at the Westpoint Arena, Exeter where hundreds of stands display all manner of weird and wonderful toys. Visitors are invited to bring along special toys of their own that might interest the stallholders.

Available : 30 Dec 2011 (annual)

Devon County Show

The Devon County Show in Exeter promotes agriculture and allied commercial industries, including the finest examples of livestock. There's also an exciting paramotor aerial display conducted by parachutists, a rugby tournament and a grand parade of livestock.

Available : May 2013 (annual)

Ottery St Mary Tar Barrels

A 17th-century tradition to rid the streets of evil spirits is revived every year as fearless men, women and children run through Ottery St Mary carrying blazing tar barrels. Thousands of spectators enjoy the thrill of avoiding the runners.

Available : Nov 2013 (annual)

Crealy Adventure Park

Crealy Adventure Park offers roller coasters, friendly animals and safe play areas - sure to thrill adults and kids alike.

Available : Daily

Sidmouth Folk Week

The Edwardian seaside town of Sidmouth comes alive every August for a celebration of dance and song - the Sidmouth Folk Week. Ceilidh bands perform nightly for the energetic, while there's usually a Friday-night torchlight procession followed by a fireworks display.

Available : Aug 2013 (annual)

Powderham Castle

Powderham Castle is the impressive 600-year-old home of the Duke of Devon, situated on the River Exe estuary just outside Exeter. Every year between Easter and October, thousands of people pay the Courtenay family home a visit.

Available : Apr - Oct 2013; not Sat (annual)

Twenty20 Cup: Somerset Sabres

The Friends Life T20 begins with a group format in June, before quarter finals in July and Finals Day at Southampton's Rose Bowl in August. Somerset Sabres play their home games at the County Ground in Taunton.

Available : Jun - Aug 2013 (annual)

A la Ronde

Completed around 1796 on the orders of the Parminter sisters, this quirky 16-sided house is crammed with mementoes of their Grand Tour through Europe. Don't miss the feather frieze and the hands-on activities, including dressing up in period costume.

Available : Feb - Mar 2013; Weekends only (various dates)

Castle Drogo

Sir Edwin Lutyens' majestic granite masterpiece, Castle Drogo stands on Dartmoor, surrounded by formal gardens and walks through the Teign Gorge. Built largely in the 1920s, the castle is lavishly furnished in Arts and Crafts style.

Available : Daily

Dartmoor National Park

Dartmoor is one of south England's wildest stretches of country. The landscape comprises both windswept summits and wooded valleys. Located in the heart of Devon, it is home to 33,000 people and visited by about 10 million more each year.

Available : Daily

Budleigh Salterton

Budleigh is an old-fashioned seaside town sitting in glorious countryside and bordered by a vast pebbly beach. Walk or cycle here along the River Otter from Otterton Mill and grab a cream tea at The Cosy Teapot on Fore Street.

Available : Daily

Jurassic Coast

Britain's only natural World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of flamboyant coastline. Search for fossils along the pebble beaches, explore the seaside towns of Lyme Regis, Sidmouth and Beer and take in extravagant views from the clifftop walks.

Available : Daily

BLOC Weekend

Base Logic's BLOC Weekend party is set to fill Minehead's Butlins with three days of cutting-edge dance music. With DJs and live acts playing 24 hours a day, even hardcore music fans may find it hard to keep up.

Available : Jul 2012 (annual)

Dawlish Warren

Twitchers visit Dawlish Warren's nature reserve to spot 180 species of wildfowl, while walkers trek the mile-and-a-half spit of sand. Pop in to the visitor centre before getting to know the Exe Estuary's rich beach, mudflats and salt marshes.

Available : Daily


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BEST WESTERN Tiverton Hotel
Blundells Road
Tiverton
Devon
EX16 4DB

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08445 76 76 76

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01884 256120

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