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Lympstone [3] is in Devon. It was a former fishing village which has become a home mainly for commuters and tourists.

Lympstone shoreline

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  • Globe, The Strand, Tel: 01395 263166
  • The Swan Inn[4], The Strand, Tel: 01395 270403 - Historic local restaurant and pub that serves seafood from the River Exe - features a popular local beer garden.
  • Redwing Inn Church Road, Tel: 01395 222156
  • Saddlers Arms, Exeter Rd, Tel: 01395 272798
  • Nutwell Lodge Hotel, Exmouth Road, Tel: 01392 873279 A good way to spend a Sunday afternoon if you want a decently priced carvery.
  • Atrium Restaurant @ Woodbury Park, Woodbury, 01395 233382, [1]. Relaxed, fine dining using local produce, this award winning restaurant is situated within the 4* Woodbury Park hotel. Restaurant Manager Warwick Mogford's friendly approch & Head Chef Matthew Picket's innovative menu make it worth a trip.  edit

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  • Gulliford Farm Tel: 01392 873067. B&B in lovely old farmhouse with swimming pool, tennis court, large bedrooms etc. or self catering accommodation in a choice of three cottages in country locations.
  • Coach House, (30ft long, heated, indoor swimming pool)
  • Pipers Folly, Church Road, Lympstone, 01395 223777, [2]. Quality accommodation near station, local pubs and Exe Estuary shoreline. With TV, Broadband and tea/coffee in the heart of the village. see  edit

Get out[edit]

  • Visit Powderham Castle on the opposite side of the Exe Estuary.
  • Bicton Park botanical gardens.
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