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Stay in Picturesque Devon with great wine and food- what more could you want!

March 27, 2012

The Devon Country House and Wine School is a wonderful place to stay and enjoy good wine and food, with 5 very comfortable en-suite double rooms offering Gold Award 5 Star B&B and Michelin Guide recommended accommodation. There’s even a hard tennis court to offset all possible indulgences.

The School, run by Master of Wine Alastair Peebles and his wife Carol, is in a delightfully rural spot between Exmoor and Dartmoor, just 10 miles north of Exeter and 25 minutes from the Tiverton Junction 27 of the M5.

The 17th century farmhouse sits in the middle of 3 acres in absolute tranquillity.

The school, in the adjacent barn, has a stunning open plan dining and lecture room with lovely wooden floors and leather chesterfields in front of the wood burning stove.

They offer fun tastings, midweek suppers, a range of lunches and an Introductory wine course as well as internationally recognised wine trade qualifications from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust at Intermediate and Advanced Levels. (WSET courses) We also have some terrific Midweek and Weekend deals to stay with us and enjoy our wine and food.

The space and peace and quiet make this absolutely the ideal venue for birthday parties, private lunches, dinners or for business meetings for up to 12 people. Carol is a professional cook and food is sourced from local suppliers, whenever possible. Click here to see a typical private dinner menu. 
Get away from it all, make a weekend of it or just come and stay the night. You don’t have to do a wine course to take advantage of the VisitBritain 5 star Gold Award bedrooms and the beautiful peace and quiet of the Devon countryside.

Click here for more details and information.

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