The Annex at Rivendell is a convenient center for a Devon holiday. Only 10 minutes from Junction 28 of teh M5 Bradninch is easily reached from London and the Midlands.
Taken from Wikipedia:
Bradninch is a small town and former manor in Devon, England, lying about three miles south of Cullompton. Much of the surrounding farmland belongs to the Duchy of Cornwall. Bradninch dates back to before the 7th century and at some time there was almost certainly a Norman or Saxon fortress on Castle Hill. Bradninch was the caput of a feudal barony granted by William the Conqueror (1066–1087) to William Capra, who is listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as holding this manor where it appears as ‘Bradenese’; the name is thought to mean ‘broad oak’ or ‘broad ash’. A successor William III de Tracy (d. pre-1194), was one of the four knights who assassinated Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, in December 1170.
Notable buildings in the town include Bradninch Guildhall (on which the Bradninch eagle is depicted), The Castle Hotel, the manor house, Earlsland House, Comfort House, and the 15th-century church dedicated to St Disen, a unique dedication in the British Isles, who is considered to have been an Irish missionary saint.
Dartmoor, Exmoor, the north and south coasts and Exeter are all within easy reach of Bradninch. There are ample facilities for a variety of holidays.
Semi-detached with a separate entrance and on two floors.
Sleeps up to 7 in 2 bedrooms, the Nook with double bed and the Nest with king-size bed and 2 chair beds. A zed bed and a cot can be available.
Layout: hall, toilet and shower room, kitchen-diner, 2 double bedrooms, bathroom with shower and toilet.
Facilities: dvd player, tv, board games, book collection, film collection, wifi, 1 single & 2 double wardrobes, 3 cupboards, central heating, curtains, fire alarm.
Appliances: crockery, cutlery, glasses, kitchen utensils, coffee maker, electric kettle, toaster, electric cooker with 2 ovens, microwave oven, refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, dryer, iron, ironing board.
Exterior: shared garden with lawn, patio, fish pond and fountain, decking area, garden tables, garden seats.
Low season – £225pw [Jan, Feb, Mar 1-22, April 14 – may 17, Sept 22 – Oct 18, Nov 3 – Dec 20]
High-low season – £350pw [Mar 24 – Apr 12, may 19-24, June 2 – 21, Sept 1-20, Oct 20-Nov 1]
Mid season – £400pw [May 26 – 31, Jun 23 – Jul 26, Dec 22 – 31]
High season – £450pw [July 28 – Aug 30]