Our Location

The Mill Inn couldn’t be easier to find, and it’s perfectly located locally for other attractions in the area.

Please use our Google Map link opposite, but if you’re the give me the directions and lets go type, then here you are:

From South Molton, head for Bishops Nympton, along the B3227, you will find us on the left immediately opposite the Bishops Nympton and Rackenford turnoff on your right.

From the M5, leave at junction 27 and on the roundabout, take the turning for Barnstaple and Tiverton, which puts you on the A361. When you reach the Tiverton roundabout, go straight across heading for Barnstaple. Upon reaching the next roundabout, take the left turn and you will find us 500 yards ahead of you on the right.

From Barnstaple, head towards Tiverton or the M5 on the A361. Go straight over the first roundabout ignoring the signs for South Molton, and continue to the next one. Take the right exit, and you will find us 500 yards ahead of you on the right.

 

If you’re visiting the area here are a few attractions you should try and check out while you’re visiting South Molton:
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North Devon Hawk Walks

They provide a hands-on, practical introduction to falconry, on Exmoor. Four people, for an hour, costs £40 in total. So whether there are one, two, three or four of you, it just costs £40.
For more details visit: www.northdevonhawkwalks.co.uk

Rock & Rapid Adventures

They specialize in providing of an exciting range of outdoor activities, courses and expeditions in the UK and overseas. They’re experienced, qualified and licensed to train and lead you, from school groups to adults alike. They take pride in their personal approach and attention to detail, qualities complemented by rigorous safety standards and our commitment that your adventure with us will be unforgettable.
For more details visit: www.rockandrapidadventures.co.uk

Quince Honey Farm

Quince honey farm’s main attraction is Beeworld, a uniquely designed indoor apiary with interactive buttons to open the hives, magnifying the bees even closer. Nowhere else in the world can you get such an intimate view of the inner workings of the honey bee society without needing protective equipment.
For more details visit: www.quincehoney.co.uk

South Molton Museum

Located on the ground floor of the handsome Guildhall, completed in 1743 and situated on the south side of the town square. The Museum is managed by South Molton Town Council and volunteers, and engages with the local community to show the social history of the town and its evolution through the centuries.
For more details visit: www.southmoltonmuseum.org