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Brambles Bed and Breakfast
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Reviewed March 15, 2018

Lovely room; clean and well furnished with all accessories. Very quiet location with lovely views. Friendly and helpful owners who cook a good breakfast. Would definately recommend. Pub in nearby village seemed nice as well.

Room Tip: All rooms seem well located.
Stayed: March 2018, traveled as a couple
Thank Marcia D
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Reviewed February 28, 2018 via mobile

En route to falmouth this seemed a good stopping point to break up a long journey, and we were really happy we did book Brambles. Clean, quaint and well equipped rooms, flexible friendly service and a very reasonable price. The place is tucked away in the countryside (directions sent by email which were v. useful) and the area was lovely and quiet at night, but also suitably close to the main road to continue journeying in the morning.

Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
Thank neverwithoutguitar
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Reviewed February 9, 2018

So glad we found this bed and breakfast. Booking easy as were directions. Greeted by owner who showed us to our room. Wonderful views and very peaceful. Pleasant room, large comfy bed, good en suite with soft large towels, excellent tea tray with plenty of choice for coffee and teas, fresh milk, bottled water, biscuits and mints. Even packet of nibbles. We could control the heating, which was excellent, especially on a very cold day. Breakfast was served in the main house. Plenty of choice again and cooked to order. Excellent quality. Would love to stay again and recommend to family and friends.

Stayed: February 2018, traveled as a couple
Thank Hopemwnt
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Reviewed October 18, 2017

We (a couple in our seventies) needed to find a Bed & Breakfast establishment in Devon near Tiverton. Preferably one out in the country, and preferably one which made purchasing a breakfast optional. This establishment met our requirements ideally. It is set amidst beautiful countryside, but also very handy for the M5 and various A roads. We opted not to have a breakfast solely in order to save time each morning, as we had a heavy visiting schedule over the course of five days, sizeable distances to cover, and a wish to be back at The Brambles usually before darkness descended - we were in Devon in early October.

For my wife and I, the acid test for any hotel or guest house is how, having experienced one night and morning of staying there, we feel about returning to it for further nights. The Brambles passed this crucial test handsomely.

The owners' detailed, written advice (sent in advance) to take the slightly longer route from the M5 to reach their premises, thereby having more passing places available on typical Devon lanes, was very good advice. By following it, we had no problems at all, even at night time. Their instructions as to the route to follow, and the one to consider avoiding (despite SATNAVs liking to suggest it) worked very well.

As we headed 'home' each evening after longish days out, we looked forward to returning to our room: one of three located in the 'out houses' rather than in the main building.

Our positive frame of mind stemmed from several important factors.

1 Parking at the premises was easy and convenient. No concerns there at all. No need to hurry back in order to be sure of a parking spot. We WERE sure of one, even when all guest rooms were occupied, no matter at what time we returned.

2 We knew after Day 1 that we would be returning to a comfortable room which would have been been serviced to a high standard during our time out of it. This remained true throughout our 5-night stay. We arrived back each evening to surroundings which were warm and felt welcoming, not least because of the wide range of sachet drinks and packeted biscuits awaiting us, but also because of the excellent wi-fi facility, the high quality TV picture on a TV set which also offered a DVD facility, the easily-operated shower, the attractive decor, and the very comfy bed; we like them to be on the firm side. We had only one chair between us, but now know that a second chair would have been available had we asked for it, and we didn't. It makes sense to make its provision an option, given that many folk enjoy sitting on a bed, and having only one chair in the rooms allows for extra circulation space.

3 In the light of a new morning, the view from the garden area outside our room was splendid. We made a point of finding time to admire it.

4 Having met the owners early on, and having sensed the warmth of the welcome and their eagerness to please, we knew we could turn to them with confidence for any reason had we needed to. We did not need to.

We felt we received very good value for money, and would happily return.

Room Tip: Decide whether you would prefer to be in one of the out-houses (close to the main house) or located in the main house.
  • Stayed: October 2017, traveled as a couple
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Thank robertaberdeen71
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Reviewed September 20, 2017

We were so pleased to have discovered Brambles during a visit to the Exeter area. We had 2 rooms booked and I knew we were in good hands when Alison and David, the owners, emailed us with detailed directions and some information ahead of our arrival.

The rooms are in the annexe to their home, down a country lane. The rooms were comfortable and every comfort was available: hair dryer, extra blanket, kettle with basket full of teas, coffees, etc, large TV, torch even! Everything was spotless. The rooms face a garden and so are very quiet. The lane seems to have very little traffic.

Breakfast consisted of juice, tea and coffee, then a choice of yoghurts and cereals, plus a cooked breakfast to order. It kept us going through the day!

David and Alison clearly take pride in their B&B and were friendly, welcoming hosts.
We would highly recommend Brambles.

  • Stayed: September 2017, traveled with family
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Thank Lazarina
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