Bolham, Devon

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Bolham
Bolham , The Hartnoll Hotel on Bolham Road - geograph.org.uk - 1261319.jpg
The Hartnoll Hotel
Bolham is located in Devon
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Bolham shown within Devon
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DevonCoordinates: 50°55′N 3°29′W / 50.91°N 03.49°W / 50.91; -03.49

Bolham is a village in the parish of Tiverton in Devon, England. It was the object of much attention in December 2011 when a Stags head, said to resemble that of the Exmoor Emperor was hung in the Hartnoll Hotel in Bolham.[1] The head was removed after the hotel received threats. Adjoining Bolham is the historic estate of Knightshayes, Tiverton, (now owned by the National Trust) the owners of which at some time also owned Bolham.

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