getting there


The Buttery / Cromlech House / The Crescent are located in the heart of Mortehoe village, a 10 minute walk to the sea.
This page is about how to get to Mortehoe, and how to get around during your holiday.

DRIVING

For SatNav the house's exact coordinates are 51.18449,-4.20927. Or use the postcode EX34 7DX to get to Mortehoe and you'll find The Buttery and Cromlech House opposite the Chichester Arms pub.
Directions from M5:
At junction 27, take the A361 exit to Tiverton/Barnstaple (0.3 mi)
At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A361 heading to Barnstaple/Tiverton/Halberton/Sampford Peverell
Go through 2 roundabouts (25.6 mi)
At N Aller Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A399 (14.3 mi)
Turn left onto Long Ln/A3123 (2.8 mi)
Turn left onto A3123 (4.1 mi)
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto B3343 (1.8 mi)
Turn right onto Mortehoe Station Rd
When you get to Mortehoe Village follow the road when it bends left at the church. The Crescent is the terrace on the left just after the Chichester Arms pub.
There is a private parking space right outside the house, and Mortehoe public car park is a minute's pleasant walk away through the village.
Buses pass the house (Woolacombe-Barnstaple). National Cycle Rouse 27 is also directly outside the house. Nearest rail station: Barnstaple. Airports: Exeter, Bristol. Driving: M5, North Devon Link Road.

FLYING

flybe.com flies to Exeter from many UK and international airports. Mortehoe is is 90 mins drive from Exeter, or take Exeter-Barnstaple train.
Bristol Airport is 2hrs 15 mins drive from Mortehoe.

TRAIN

Take train to Exeter, at Exeter change to charming Tarka Line train to Barnstaple. From Barnstaple take taxi or bus to Mortehoe.

BUS

There is a bus route connecting Mortehoe to Barnstaple.

CYCLE

National Cycle Route 27 passes directly outside the house.



For train, bus and taxi info please see 'directory' at community website www.mortehoe.org

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The two yellow house icons are The Buttery (top) and Cromlech House (bottom).
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