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Fulfords Farm, Colebrook Lane , Cullompton, EX15 1PD
Fulfords Farm is a Devon Long house believed to be well over 400 years old.
Originally it was 2 farm cottages and a dairy combined and over the years it has gradually evolved into the magnificent 5 bed house it now is. It is of cob construction with walls over 2 feet thick. Now we have renovated the cob it is a lovely cosy house

Fulfords Farm B&B is about a half mile out of Cullompton town yet it is set on its own surrounded by fields and gives the wonderful feeling of solitude. All its room have spectacular views over Padbrook Park golf course and beyond to the Blackdown Hills down the valley. The views are best appreciated on a sunny day with a glass of wine sitting on the patio. The views are what sold the property to us, it is unrivalled , you just have to stop, sit and appreciate!

We have a king room and a twin room available for B&B, both these rooms have a TV and DVD player combined, there are many DVD's & books for guests to use during their stay. Tea & coffee facilities provided in rooms. There is a separate lounge with a large screen TV for rainy days! Breakfast is served in the dining room, we provide a full Devon cooked breakfast using locally produced bacon & sausages and free range eggs, no one will leave hungry!

There is a large patio area with chairs & a BBQ which can be provided on request for longer staying guests. . We have many DVD's & books for guests to use during their stay.

Fulfords is set in just under 4 acres of land, we have stables & an American style barn. At the moment we have 1 horse, 2 miniature ponies, 4 Hampshire Down ewes with 6 lambs, 1 very large pet Dorset Down boy sheep called Brian, a few chickens & a big soft dog called Jed. The ponies are wonderful little people, so friendly & loved to be groomed & fed treats! No sweets please but I will provide carrots or apples for anyone who would like to feed them - they will never say no! They are too small to be ridden and are kept as pets for the farm.

Being about 1 mile from J28 on the M5 Fulfords is very centrally placed to access the rest of mid Devon's many attractions. It has the best of both worlds, so close to M5 J28 and yet you are burried in the countryside. There are also several very nice local pubs that serve up fabulous food, only a short drive away. There will be a selection of local attraction leaflets in your bedrooms.

So come and visit Mid Devon and stay with me, a very comfortable home from home.
See you soon.
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90% recommended this accommodation to a friend 90% would stay again
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A little piece of Devon heaven
From the first sight of the beautiful farmhouse down its quiet country lane, we felt our stay would be special and it was. A warm welcome with tea, cake and clotted cream, we sat on the terrace overlooking hills and fields and the horse, little ponies, hens and sheep, not forgetting Jed the soppy retriever who met us with eagerness on our return each day. The breakfasts were on time and delicious and our hostess was soliticious in wanting our stay to be perfect. Our twin bedroom was large and its window overlooked the terrace and nearby golf course. There was a downstairs living room for our use but we didn't take advantage as our days out were long. The cleanliness was exemplary and even though we shared the bathroom with the double room's occupants, this was not a problem. Peace and quiet in the Devon countryside even though we were not ten minutes away from the M5., an excellent location. Will definitely make a return visit here and recommend to friends.

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dianne Gee-burch

From South Normanton, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Fulfords Farm - THE B&B you'll want to re-visit.
Fulfords Farm is set in beautiful, serene countryside with extensive views. It is a pretty Devon
longhouse where a warm welcome awaits you from Tricia, your hostess. Our spacious room was well furnished with comfortable beds, towels supplied, plenty of storage space and a wonderful view. Tea & coffee facilities were provided & a TV set if you were so inclined. There was plenty of hot water for the shower & also a corner bath. For breakfast the menu choice was good and the 'English Breakfast' was excellent. There is a lovely friendly atmosphere here - Tricia is a really good hostess & nothing was too much bother.
There is also a sitting room for guests if you wish to relax in the evening.
I would recommend Fulfords for B & B without hesitation. It was a pleasure to stay there.
Thank you.

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Jennifer Ritchie

From Uckfield, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Our best ever B&B
Lovely Devon long house in excellent location with views over Padbrook Golf Course and the surrounding hills. Warm welcome from Tricia with tea and cakes on arrival. Superb accommodation which was spotlessly clean and very comfortable with a delicious, freshly cooked breakfast provided. This really is as good as it gets and is highly recommended.

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Jeremy H

From UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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Quality accomodation/location/view. Friendly host/dog!
Need more than one night to appreciate!

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david l

From Clacton on Sea, UK
Who stayed in August 2013

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clean room but too much like visiting a relative
Dining room was like being at home. Too many personal items around had room wasnt ensuit so had to share

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I am so sorry that the guest had such a bad time with me the she felt she had to give me such a poor review. I have to disagree with her, she did not give any indication at the time she was unhappy here. They arrived at 10 am while I was working outside in my stables, they indicated a 2pm arrival. I stopped work took them in to the room, offered tea &cake, which they refused, and told them it did not matter at what time they returned. They came back at 8 pm and I gave them a tea tray. They have use of a very nice lounge with a Large TV. They were first for breakfast and were in fact gone by the time my other guests had come down for breakfast. She picked what she wanted from my menu and I do not remember anything being left. All my bacon and sausages are from my local butcher and I have fresh bread, not plastic sliced. So I feel 3/6 for food unjustified and 2/6 value for money totally unjustified. I hope she feels better soon.

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maria n

From Stroud, UK
Who stayed in May 2013

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Very freindly service in a lovely quite setting.

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M Baker

From Derby, UK
Who stayed in May 2013

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Peaceful, personal and practically perfect in every way.
From the tea and cake on arrival, I knew that I had made the right choice.
Going for interview the next day I wanted a quiet place to get my head together for a busy day ahead.
There was a great 'snug' which meant that I was able to blast out some last minute preparation then retire for the night.
Comfy bed and what a view!
Breakfast was plentiful, despite me not being able to eat much due to nerves.
Could not have asked for more.

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Alan L

From UK
Who stayed in March 2013

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Superb!
Lovely house, lovely people and very clean and homely too!
Gorgeous cooked breakfast too!
Felt like my daughter and I had stayed with relatives :)

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Leigh Kerr

From Bexley, UK
Who stayed in March 2013

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