South Molton Pannier Market
Welcome to South Molton Pannier Market!
Thursdays and Saturdays 8.30am-1pm.
A large range of stalls all undercover.
With Local produce, Flowers & Plants, Fish, Meat, Cheese, Books, Bric-a-Brac, Jewellery, and much more you are sure to find something to take your fancy.
What’s nearby South Molton Pannier Market, South Molton
Shorland Old Farm offers group accommodation for residential art breaks, walking group holidays and other group getaways.
9.96 mile(s) away
A large former farmhouse on the edge of Exmoor National Park Little Bray offers peaceful self catering holiday accommodation in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK, North Devon.
6.32 mile(s) away
Luxury self-catering holiday cottages in the heart of Exmoor National Park
7.67 mile(s) away
With over 100 personally inspected cottages in North Devon, you're sure to find the perfect destination for you. From romantic cottages for two to properties perfect for families.
6.38 mile(s) away
Imagine a place where you can escape and soak up the peaceful surroundings then Bampfield Farm is the place to stay. A real farm experience on a working farm.
8.88 mile(s) away
a charming north devon holiday cottage
8.77 mile(s) away
A luxury barn conversion Exmoor Cottage and Dartmoor Cottage are ideally situated for easy access to Exmoor and the beautiful North Devon beaches
8.64 mile(s) away
Fairways West is one of two beautiful self-catering cottages on the Highbullen Estate. It sleeps 8 people in 4 bedrooms. The cottage has a huge garden and access to the leisure facilities at Highbullen, including use of the indoor heated pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym for free.
5.00 mile(s) away
Zeales is a charming 17th Century Grade II listed home, situated in a quiet rural village on the edge of Exmoor, 4 miles north of South Molton.
3.07 mile(s) away
Drewstone is a 300 acre family-run sheep/arable farm situated in a peaceful and attractive location full of unspoilt character and wildlife habitat deep in Johnny Kingdom country.
1.95 mile(s) away
Our Umberleigh Club campsite in the Taw Valley is surrounded by rolling hills and meadows and is close to the moors and beaches of North Devon.
6.90 mile(s) away
Award winning toddler friendly self catering holiday cottages sleeping 2-8 with private hot tubs and an onsite accessible childrens farm. Daily donkey rides, egg collecting, twice daily animal feeding, holistic therapy treatments, indoor games room and play barn, seasonal breaks and activities including a very special Christmas Eve Nativity down at the barns!
3.64 mile(s) away
The Poplars, a luxury bed and breakfast in Barnstaple giving guests the perfect balance of the town with its bustling pannier markets and the quiet leafy atmosphere of a more rural setting.
9.77 mile(s) away
Join us for a relaxing break or holiday in our AA **** Gold Award, Farm Guest House located close to Exmoor National Park, rugged North Devon coastline and historic market towns of Barnstaple, Bideford and Torrington. Enjoy wonderful West Country home cooking, friendly service, free WiFi and rooms with ground floor access, one with en-suite wet room.
8.35 mile(s) away
Escape to this secluded award winning beautiful Medieval Farmhouse with quality en suite accommodation beams log fires & low doorways with walks & wildlife on its doorstep. Free Wi-Fi & use of sauna. A Devon cream tea awaits you.
4.34 mile(s) away
A unique natural zoo with a "hands on" informal atmosphere exhibiting the famous Exmoor Beast.
9.37 mile(s) away
Quince Honey Farm is a family run working honey farm which is situated in beautiful North Devon where we have been producing honey since 1949. Our 1500 hives are kept deep in the North Devon countryside.
0.25 mile(s) away
A hobby which got out of hand
6.21 mile(s) away
Held on the fourth Saturday of the month at the Village Hall, between 9.30am and 12pm. A great opportunity to purchase local produce and delicacies from the North Devon area.
8.53 mile(s) away
North Devon's largest indoor play centre. Open every day for Parties Playtime Fun and Food.
9.45 mile(s) away
Castle Hill was built in 1730 as the Earl Fortescue's family home in North Devon. The Palladian House in which his descendants the Earl and Countess of Arran are living is set in an 18th century parkland landscape with grass terraces.
3.11 mile(s) away
Visitors of all ages are offered the opportunity to experience at first hand the thrill of falconry in North Devon.
3.05 mile(s) away
Welcome to South Molton Pannier Market!
0.00 mile(s) away
Mark & Sarah Dodson extend you a very warm welcome to their picturesque, thatched 13th Century Inn and Michelin Restaurant situated in the village of Knowstone on the edge of Exmoor.
7.29 mile(s) away
Since 2003 the Grove has been working in partnership with local farmers and producers to bring a real taste of Devon to their guests. The hard work of those farmers and producers is evident in the quality food they produce at the Grove
4.41 mile(s) away
Welcome to the Corn Dolly - a Real Tea Shop.
0.19 mile(s) away