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Tritchayne Farm Cottages

wners Becs and Sarah Hudson would like to offer you a warm welcome to Tritchayne Farm Cottages, our self-catering holiday cottages in the picturesque East Devon countryside. The cottages sit around a pretty courtyard surrounded by beautiful gardens in an area of outstanding natural beauty, three miles from the Jurassic Coast and one mile from […]

The Vintage Shed

The Vintage Shed has a huge range of antiques, vintage and retro furniture and furnishings and various crafts all under one roof from over thirty traders. The Vintage Shop is situated adjacent to the famous Colyton Tramway Station with its popular café (it is on the site of the old Colyton Antiques Centre, for those in the […]

Colyton Heritage Centre

Located in the very heart of this historic town, The Merchant’s House Dates back to the early sixteenth Century.  The house was once the home of a wealthy cloth merchant.  It has many fine features including an elegant decorative ceiling, Tudor fireplace, half timber walls and medieval wall painting. Exhibitions of local interest. Family History Service […]

The Kingfisher Inn

Lovely friendly pub, great food and brilliant staff. We are delighted to have The Kingfisher as our local and we have enjoyed evening meals and Sunday lunches. Since it changed ownership It has improved and customers are given a warm welcome. The ambience is lovely and there’s a pretty garden. The food is excellent pub […]

Colyton & Colyford Memory Café

olyton & Colyford Memory Café is run by a committed team of volunteers for the benefit of residents in Colyton, Colyford and the surrounding area. Its purpose is to provide an afternoon of company and enjoyment for people living with short-term memory loss and/or early stages of dementia, and to offer a support network for […]

Oyez! Oyez! Town Crier wanted!

Colyton needs a new Town Crier.  After 15 years sterling service Derek Wenn has decided it is time to hang up his robes and retire.  We wish him well. Are you friendly and outgoing with a loud voice and dramatic flair?  If you fancy taking on the mantle of this culturally important, colourful and historic […]

The Cobblers Restaurant and B&B

The Restaurant Join your hosts, Russel and Caroline for the Sunday Lunch Carvery, served from 12 noon. Bed and Breakfast Accommodation comprises two double en-suite rooms and one single en-suite room. All rooms have televisions and tea and coffee making facilities and there is a small lounge to relax in with Wi-Fi Connection. Rooms are […]

Colyton Theatre Group

Entertaining the community, Colyton Theatre Group was formed in 1975 and has been going strong ever since. The Constitution states that ‘the aim of the Group shall be to produce plays, etc. for the entertainment and education of the public and to foster interest and ability in the performing arts’. That might be the case but it […]

King Johns Oak Timeline Cards

 ‘Counting the Rings of History’ activity    An exciting and useful resource for schools, young peoples groups and families to use when exploring the landscape. A pack of cards with a difference, helps bring history to life, by  illustrating and describing significant events  which may have been seen by  King Johns Oak over the past nine […]