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Welcome to Rainbows End

Address: Branscombe, Branscombe, EX12 3DE

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Located in the quiet village of Branscombe, in East Devon, Rainbows End offers bed and breakfast accommodation and free private parking. This pet-friendly guest house is situated within the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The rooms at Rainbows End benefit from an en suite bathroom with free toiletries. All rooms have also sea views. Breakfast is available every morning. Guests can also unwind in the shared lounge. This property is 2 minutes’ drive from the beach or 10 minutes’ walk. It is situated 18 minutes’ drive off the A35 road and the market town of Honiton.

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Bicton College - Budleigh Salterton - University

Bicton College - Budleigh Salterton - University

Distance 8.17 miles (13.07 km)
Bicton College is located a mere five minutes from the south coast with its selection of beaches, towering cliffs and seaside towns, and twenty minutes from the regional capital of Exeter, which with a touch of buzzy, big city atmosphere, a large student population and a thriving arts scene is one of the liveliest cities in the southwest. The citys long heritage means there are plenty of monuments and historical attractions to occupy at least a days sightseeing, and the excellent selection of bars, cafes and restaurants make Exeter a vibrant place to be after dark. (Lonely Planet Guide to Great Britain, June 2005)

Cadhay House - Historical Houses

Cadhay House - Historical Houses

Distance 8.35 miles (13.37 km)
Cadhay, an historic Elizabethan manor of special architectural interest in the rural landscape of East Devon

Cadhay was built by John Haydon in 1550 on the site of an earlier house. His nephew Robert built the Long Gallery, a feature of late 16th century housebuilding, closing in the south side of the house to form a courtyard that became known as the Court of the Sovereigns because of the four statues of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth that stand over the doors.

Robert was married to Joan, the daughter of Sir Amias Poulett, Privy Councillor, former ambassador to France and Keeper of Mary Queen of Scots during her imprisonment.