Although we are surrounded by fields and countryside and no near neighbours, we have a wonderful local pub in walking distance (Castle Inn) - make sure to book in advance.
There are some lovely walks and cycle rides straight out of East Trayne and the neighbouring villages offer a variety of pubs within a short drive.
George Nympton also has a Grade 2 listed, 15th century church worthy of a visit and the village community runs a variety of events throughout the year, which we will be sure to let you know about during your stay.
It's only a five minute drive to the bustling market town of South Molton. There you will find a thriving Pannier market on Thursdays and Saturdays from 8am to 1pm, offering everything from foodstuffs to arts and crafts.
The town also has a variety of independent shops from a cheese shop and delicatessen, clothes shops and a good range of vintage homeware outlets to great restaurants, takeaways and tea shops plus a Sainsburys for your day to day needs. The town also has a museum featuring an original cider press as well as petrol stations, hairdressers, doctors, dentists and a local hospital.
There is a swimming pool and the Quince Honey Farm is a great attraction for children who want to be a bee keeper for a day.
Regular events are held in the town including vintages rallies, antiques fairs, October's Apple day and food festivals amongst many more. For more on what's going on locally visit South Molton Information.
25 minutes away and you can be in Barnstaple with it's own Pannier Market, theatre, cinema, attractions and larger range of shops and restaurants and perhaps even make a day trip to Exeter, only 50 minutes by car.