The Tarka Line

Crediton

Crediton is a lively market town that benefits from a thriving high street full of independent shops.

The town is a short walk from the station but it is well worth the walk. The town boasts a plethora of shops including crafts, gifts, antiques, delicatessens and local food shops.

 

  • Fantastic fortnightly farmers' market
  • Enjoy tea and cake at the award winning Crediton Station Tea Rooms

Crediton

Visit on Market Day and you’ll find a busy market town with plenty to do:

Farmers’ Market
Put the fun back into shopping! The market happens every first and third Saturday in the month where you can enjoy browsing the stalls, having a chat over coffee or breakfast or simply trying some of the local produce.

Crediton Food Festival
Taking place over the weekend of 13-14 June 2015, Crediton Food Festival will be a celebration of local food with stalls, cookery demonstrations and live music. A great event for all the family.

Crediton Station Tea Rooms
These award winning tea rooms evoke the heritage atmosphere at the station. Pop in for a generous slice of home-made cake and worry about the calories later!

Crediton Station Information

Crediton station is on the Tarka Line. All trains call at the station and there is an hourly service. The station is unstaffed but tickets can be bought from the guard on the train. Crediton Station, Station Approach, Crediton, EX17 3BY

 

Buying Tickets to Crediton

Tarka Line Ranger

£

10.30

Travel the line as much as you like for one day. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.

Great fares from further afield

EXETER CENTRAL TO CREDITON

£

4.70

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

17 min

Approximate journey time

TORQUAY TO CREDITON

£

8.30

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

1 hour

Approximate journey time

 

The Tarka Line

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