Margells stands on the end of a row of old and pleasant cottages in a village that stretches down a picturesque valley towards the sea.
Take a long walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery with a stop off for lunch at Branscombe Old Bakery.
The Church of St Winifred is particulary significant for it's Norman tower, and is thought to date back to circa 995!
Branscombe Vale Brewery has handcrafted real ales and cider on offer.
The annual Ottery St Mary Tar Barrels every October is well worth a visit, but be warned it's not for the faint hearted! The town holds interest at other times of the year; birthplace of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and home to Exeter Cathedral's "mini replica" parish church.
Budleigh Salterton is a friendly and relaxed seaside town just 30 minutes drive from Branscombe. Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival every September has talks, readings, workshops and conversations with prize-winning and critically acclaimed authors.
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