South Molton is a small
town in Devon, England. It is part of the North Devon local
government district. The town is on the River Mole. According to the
2001 census the civil parish of South Molton had a population of
The town was one of the
boroughs reformed by the Municipal Reform Act 1835. It retained this
status as a municipal borough until 1967, when it became a rural
borough in the South Molton Rural District.
On 14 March 1655, Sir
John Penruddock was captured after a three-hour street fight in
South Molton by soldiers of the New Model Army under the command of
Captain Unton Crook. With his capture, the Penruddock uprising came
to an end and so did the 1655 plans of the Sealed Knot to restore
King Charles II to the throne of England.
Partridge Arms Farm
Tel: 01398 341217
Blandings is set within a small group of farm
Partridge Arms was was once a coaching inn and the original bar is
open to residents. The comfortable bedrooms have en-suite facilities
and one even has an imposing four poster bed. Children can be
catered for and pets are welcome to stay in the bedrooms with the
There are single, double and twin-bedded rooms. One bedroom has an
original four poster bed. Some bedrooms have en suite facilities.
and Breakfast accommodation is available and dinners. The bar of the
original coaching inn is open to residents.
those who want to enjoy a break in more unusual circumstances,
Partridge Arms Farm also has a converted, self-catering railway
carriage is situated on an old railway line and, as well as being
fully-equipped, it sleeps up to 6 people.
Dogs are welcome to stay in the carriage with guests and the railway
line offers a delightful and fascinating walk for pets and their
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