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SarahBell

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Nice. Grows on you. Better than first impressions. Bustling market town. Good markets. I use the local gym on way home from work - v good council run gym. The Holt is a nice pub / restaurant. Cheaper housing than on the coast. If I wasn't set on living on the coast, I'd consider living in the villages around Honiton.

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Thanks!

I'll have to take a visit or two down there - but from what i can see the town looks great for an afternoon of shopping and some of the local villages are very "together" - have been reading the local newsletters of one or two.

I have been after moving to the coast but I stumbled upon a property I really like down that way and it looks like my ideal one.

I think I have to save a few more beans first though!

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Nice. Grows on you. Better than first impressions. Bustling market town. Good markets. I use the local gym on way home from work - v good council run gym. The Holt is a nice pub / restaurant. Cheaper housing than on the coast. If I wasn't set on living on the coast, I'd consider living in the villages around Honiton.

Out of interest, do you know how long it would take to commute to Exeter during rush hour?

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Out of interest, do you know how long it would take to commute to Exeter during rush hour?

What's a rush hour ?

Seriously, by train or car. Depends where in Exeter (Honiton to M5 is 20mins max - however you could spend another 30 mins getting in and around Exeter).

Train from Honiton to St Davids is circa 30 mins - plus many villages 'en route' by train.

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