Our Local Area
Our local area is simply gorgeous, wonderful beaches, rambling moors, quaint villages and little towns and the bustling city of Exeter.
Very popular small town with the world famous Cobb, sea wall and harbour. In the heart of the Jurassic Coast, very fossil orientated.
Lovely Georgian seaside town with interesting town centre independent shops. Pubs, restaurants and cafes. Pebble beach with sand at low tide.
Small fishing village with fishing boats on the pebble beach. Very sheltered bay often protected from local winds. Boat and fishing trips from the beach. Art galleries, cafes, village pubs and beach cafes make this a village worth visiting.
Busy Devon city but with quick and easy access. A real mix of new shopping centre with lots of history very close by.
Famous Exeter Cathedral, the Waterfront and Princesshay Shopping Centre are major features. Endless pubs, cafes and eateries, and a vibrant nightlife.
Seaside town with almost 2 mile long seafront, sandy beach with promenade. Working small docks/marina. Town centre with lots of bars and takeaways. Hot spot for kite surfing.
Very long village lined with thatched cottages that leads down to the sea. Reported to be the longest village in England. Two village pubs and beachfront cafe/restaurant.
Small market town that holds a twice weekly street market, also home to many antique shops, and know for Honiton Lace.
Historic port on the River Exe. Interesting town to wander around. Good pubs and eateries and interesting little shops. Great bird watching on the estuary and RSPB reserve.
The English Riviera, around a 35 minute drive. Torquay, Paignton and Brixham, each with its own character. Torquay, bustling seaside town with lots of nightlife and marina. Paignton, seaside resort. Brixham, ancient fishing port.
Around a 45- 60 minute drive away is the National Park of Dartmoor, open moorland, rivers and small villages with the famous Tors.
West Bay, the home of the television series Broadchurch
Home to the Seaton Tramway which runs up to Colyton along the River Axe. Axmouth another very popular bird watching spot.