Situated on the B3137, 10 miles West of Tiverton, and 9 miles South East by South of South Molton, on the old Tiverton to Barnstaple road, Witheridge sits at the very centre of the region known as the Devon Heartland and is set amidst unspoilt undulating countryside which has a very tranquil feeling difficult to find elsewhere these days.

Sitting on the boundary between North and Mid Devon, the village sits at a height of 600 feet above sea level, and is set on rolling hills in the beautiful Devon Countryside, with the Exmoor National Park to the North, and Dartmoor National Park a short distance away to the South, and a short drive will take you to the beautiful Tarka Trail winding its way through Eggesford Forrest.

Witheridge is a 30 minute drive from Junction 27 of the M5 Motorway. Leave the motorway at Junction 27 and take the A361 North Devon Link Road towards Tiverton/Barnstaple. Leave the A361 dual carriageway by turning left at the roundabout following signs to Witheridge and B3137. At the second roundabout turn right (Kennedy Way), passing the Morrison's Supermarket on your left, and the Tiverton Hospital on your right (straight across that roundabout) and then take the first turn on your right at the next mini roundabout. Look out for the sign for the B3137 Witheridge Road, then take the second turning on the left. (Long Drag Hill) Carry straight on for around 10 miles until you see the welcome to Witheridge sign on your left hand side.

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