Location

Honeysuckle cottage is based in the countryside and rolling hills of Devon on our family farm. Our location is easily accessibility as we are only half a mile from a main road, giving you the best of both worlds.

 

We are lucky to be only 15 minutes away from the cathedral city of Exeter, which has a relaxed atmosphere, variety of shopping, dining and leisure facilities. As we are in the heart of Devon, you are can easily visit the north and south coast beaches, National Parks including Dartmoor and Exmoor, and numerous attractions across the South West.

 

To help you find us, we have provided some helpful tips and hints below to help you plan your journey. If you have any queries, please get in touch with us.

Car

The easiest way to reach us is to turn off the M5 at junction 28, as we are only 10 minutes away. Drive through Cullompton and follow the signs for Hele, which will take you along the B3181. Turn right once you reach the Fagin Antiques sign and follow the road towards Hele. Proceed around the right hand corner and you will be able to see the farm on your left hand side. Take the next left and half way up the hill you will see the farm entrance on your left.

 

If you are using a Sat Nav for directions please use as the postcode, EX5 4PH. There is ample car parking at the farm.

Air

Plan Your Journey

We are situated 15 minutes away from Exeter Airport which allows you to fly in from a range of destinations. If you are flying in from further a field, Bristol Airport is the next closest and has daily flights from most of the major airlines.

Bus

Mega Bus and National Express coaches run regularly throughout the UK and serve all of the major UK cities including Exeter. There is a regular Stagecoach bus service to from Exeter Bus Station, please use Service 1, 1A or 1B.

 

Telephone

01392 881530

Email

info@helepayne.co.uk

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