Accommodation in the Exeter and East Devon Area
Bed and Breakfast
- Hele Barton B&B in a Thatched Farmhouse
A 17th Century thatched farmhouse B&B near Crediton, perfectly situated for exploring Devon at anytime of the year, from windswept Dartmoor or the rolling coombes of Exmoor to the rugged North Devon coast with its long sandy beaches – or simply somewhere to just relax!
- Pebbles Bed and Breakfast by the Beach
With panoramic sea and coastal views from each of the bedrooms, Pebbles is set a few metres from the beach at Budleigh Salterton on this lovely part of the East Devon coastline. Lulled to sleep by the sound of the sea, stunning sea views while eating your breakfast, Pebbles really is Bed & Breakfast by the Beach!!
Cottages and Apartments
- Gulls Rest
Set high on the hillside and with magnificent views over the village of Beer, the harbour, the sea and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, this superbly appointed house offers a luxurious base for enjoying all the pleasures of this popular area. Gulls Rest sleeps 7 is one of those rare houses which inspire involuntary gasps of delight.
- Alpine Park Cottages
Self-catering holiday accommodation set in five acres of parkland, in an area of outstanding natural beauty near Aylesbeare. Thoughtfully designed ‘lodge style’ cottages with room to make yourself at home, good sized bedrooms and well equipped kitchens. Children’s play area and crazy golf. Ideal for exploring Exeter, Sidmouth, Exmouth and the rest of East Devon. Pet welcome in certain cottages.
- Hele Barton Farm Holiday Cottages
Enjoy a holiday on a traditional family farm in our delightful, detached, thatched country cottage by the river or our barn conversion nearer to the farmhouse. Both are self-catering or we can offer you B&B. White Witches, a cob thatched cottage, and Stable Lodge, a grade 2 barn conversion, are perfectly situated for exploring Devon or just relaxing.
- The Coach House
Situated in the grounds of a larger country house surrounded by farmland, the Coach House is a light, well planned and sensitive conversion of the original Edwardian coach house.
Conveniently located in a quiet road off the main shopping street of this popular fishing village and only 250 metres from the sea, this first floor apartment has been completely refurbished to a very high standard, providing a bright and inviting space. The coastal towns of Sidmouth and Lyme Regis are a short distance away; and the cathedral city of Exeter, and Dorset’s county town, Dorchester, are an easy drive.
- Red Doors Farm Holiday Cottages
In idyllic Devon countryside in the Blackdown Hills near Honiton, Six farm holiday cottages offering first class accommodation. Two of our properties are thatched, and all have been designed, furnished and equipped as you would your own country retreat. Set in one acre of gardens, Red Doors is perfect for family holidays or for couples looking for a relaxing hideaway. Properties sleeping 2 to 8.
Holiday, Touring and Camping Parks
- Pinewood Holiday Homes
21 pine holiday lodges in superb countryside near the south coast on the border between Devon and Dorset. Only 3 miles from Seaton and Lyme Regis. Fully insulated, the lodges are snug in winter and delightfully comfortable in summer. Large heated outdoor pool, children’s paddling pool, sun terrace, indoor pool, sauna, tropical indoor garden, play area, mini golf, large gardens. Open all year.
- Oakdown Touring & Holiday Caravan Park
This long-established holiday park, set within England’s first Natural World Heritage Site on the Jurassic Coast near Sidmouth, has National Trust-owned stretches of the coast on the doorstep. Peaceful secluded gardens and a unique field trail. Caravan Holiday Homes to let and Touring Caravans, Motor Caravans, Tents and RVs welcome. AA 5 Pennant Park; Visit Devon Tourism Awards 2012 Gold.
- Castle Brake Holiday Park
A small family park, beautifully situated for peace and relaxation, and yet within a short drive of the city of Exeter, the towns and beaches of Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Sidmouth and several major tourist attractions. Country Holidays in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This holiday park holds a Silver Award for conservation in the David Bellamy environment scheme.
- Parkdean West Bay Holiday Park
West Bay, Dorset
West Bay Holiday Park is located just 200m from the golden sands of West Bay beach – the gateway to the Jurassic Coast – England’s first natural World Heritage Site. From there the fun begins with fossil hunting, paragliding, coastal walks and maybe a cruise or spot of golf thrown into the mix. During all the fun, don’t forget to leave enough time to explore the bustling town of Bridport just down the road.
- Axevale Caravan Park
Beautiful views, first class facilities, and just a short walk from both the town and the beach, Axevale has just 70 caravans and no club house on site, so you can soak up the peaceful atmosphere. Just a few minutes stroll from a country inn or you can pop into Seaton town centre where there is plenty going on. This caravan park is the perfect choice for an easy going, relaxing holiday in Devon.
- Parkdean Warmwell Holiday Park
West Bay, Dorset
Warmwell Holiday Park is a tranquil park with a few hidden surprises. You might spot a wandering deer. You’ll certainly find a peaceful fishing lake. And if you look closely, you’ll discover a mind-blowing all-weather Ski Slope for hours of family fun. Add to that a wealth of nearby beaches, historic towns and fantastic attractions and this has got to be your perfect holiday spot.
- Salcombe Regis Camping & Caravan Park
Situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Salcombe Regis, less than a mile from the sea near Sidmouth, this camping and caravan park offers unrivalled space and tranquility. Touring caravans, motor homes and tents are accommodated on well-drained sites and we also have 10 self-contained luxury leisure homes arranged to enjoy the lovely unspoilt views across the park.
- Forest Glade Holiday Park
Forest Glade International Caravan & Camping Park is ideal for anyone who enjoys peace and tranquility in an attractive, safe, environment. A top class holiday retreat in the Blackdown Hills, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Large, flat, sheltered, well-drained pitches and modern luxury holiday homes.
- Andrewshayes Holiday Park
Ideally placed for your caravan and camping holiday in the West Country, this holiday park is just 10 minutes drive to the Jurassic Coast and overlooks the rolling hills of East Devon in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Full range of luxury holiday homes, some with superb views over the Axe valley.
- Parkdean Sandford Holiday Park
West Bay, Dorset
You’ll find fabulous indoor and outdoor pools, amazing tree-house adventure play, lively kids’ clubs and a brilliant climbing wall. Not to mention the pirate ship, delicious places to eat and spectacular Showtime Entertainment. In fact there’s so much to see and do there’s hardly a minute left to explore the glorious countryside location.
- Tiverton Canal Company
Horse-drawn barge along an 11 mile canal in a Country Park near Tiverton. All facilities, bar and teashop on board. Day boat and rowing boat hire, tranquil walks on the towpath.
- Burrow Farm Gardens
A secluded 13-acre garden between Axminster and Honiton. Of informal design with many unusual shrubs and herbaceous plants. Pergola walk with shrub roses. Woodland with rhododendrons and azaleas, ponds and large bog garden.
- Beer Quarry Caves
Conducted tours by trained guides give the visitor an hour-long tour of this vast man-made complex of underground caverns created by centuries of quarrying. See the famous Beer Stone.
- A La Ronde
This unique sixteen-sided house, described by Lucinda Lambton as having ‘a magical strangeness that one might dream of only as a child’, was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, on their return from a grand tour of Europe in the late 18th century. A La Ronde is now cared for by the National Trust.
- Tiverton Museum
A museum of Social, Agricultural, Transport and Local History, situated in the town of Tiverton in the County of Devon, New Galleries of Exhibits, Education and Activities, Research and Family History.
- Powderham Castle and Gardens
A medieval fortress set in an ancient deer park with lavish interiors, gardens and grounds. Guided tours, farm shop, gift shop, plant sales, tea rooms and cafe. Disabled access.
- Quad World
Looking for speed and thrills, Quadsport is for all the family. All terrain off-road motor sports – Family fun and excitement – Quad bike racing and tuition for all levels. Just 4 miles from Cullompton, near Exeter and the M5.
- Devon’s Crealy Adventure Theme Park
Enter the magical kingdom of Devon’s Crealy and discover four exciting attractions for 2012; The Vortex high speed water coaster, The Maximus roller coaster, new “real” unicorns and more. It’s Maximum Fun Guaranteed.
- The Maer Interactive Nature Trail
This five acre grassland nature reserve is home to some weird and wonderful wildlife. Climb and slide on huge, wooden beasts in the Play Zone then it’s off to discover critters such as the musical Grasshopper, Wolf Spider and luminous Puss Moth Caterpillar. Using a smartphone, play the free interactive nature trail. BBQ area.
- Downes Crediton Golf Club
Downes Crediton Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of Crediton, approximately 5 miles from the city of Exeter and was established over 30 years ago.
- Padbrook Park Golf & Country Club
The picturesque parkland course features interesting water hazards, natural woodland and rolling fairways with ample practice facilities which include putting, chipping and bunker areas.
- Northbrook Golf Course
Northbrook Approach Golf Course caters for everyone’s needs from beginners and children to experienced golfers, with a challenging 18 Hole par three course.
- Sidmouth Golf Club
Situated in the natural beauty of the Sid Valley and with wonderful views of Lyme Bay, from several fairways, Sidmouth Golf Club offers the perfect challenge for the golfing novice as well as providing a test for the more accomplished golfer.
- Woodbury Park Golf and Country Club
Even if you don’t play your best golf, the scenery alone in Devon is worth the walk, with manicured greens and an abundance of wildlife – this really is golf at it best. You owe it to yourself to come to our club and take the Woodbury challenge.
- Waterbridge Golf Club
Waterbridge Golf Course is a family concern and we encourage all players regardless of experience. The Course is set in twenty-four acres of beautiful Devon countryside. It comprises of five par threes, three par fours and one par five.
- Fingle Glen Hotel & Golf Course
Fingle Glen was built as a nine hole course in 1989 and then extended in 2002 to a full 18 hole course. Fingle Glen offers a 5600 yard course with a par of 70 for men and 72 for ladies.
- Axe Cliff Golf Club
Axe Cliff Golf Club is a century old, 18 hole, par 70, 5969 yards, cliff-top course with spectacular views overlooking the famous Jurassic coastline.
- Exeter Golf & Country Club
Situated in the beautiful grounds belonging to the magnificent mansion which is now the club house.
- East Devon Golf Club
Situated on the cliff top above Budleigh Salterton, at the western end of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, the Club commands magnificent views along the coast.
- Exminster Golf Centre
Set in 55 acres of prime Devonshire countryside, Exminster Golf Centre has fantastic views of the Exe Estuary and is situated less than 10 minutes drive from Exeter city centre.
- Oak Mead Family Golf
This fantastic 9 hole par 3 course has challenging greens, breathtaking views, water hazards practice nets, putting green and pitch ‘n’ putt.
- Honiton Golf Club
Honiton Golf Club established in 1896 is a lovely course set high in the hills to the east of Honiton town with splendid views across to the Blackdowns. The greens and fairways are maintained in excellent condition.
- Newton St. Cyres Golf Club
Set in 68 acres of open rural countryside with striking views of Dartmoor and Sidmouth, the course is a fair challenge for every level of golfer.
- Tiverton Golf Club
18 hole parkland course which was formed in 1932. The undulating ground provides plenty of variety and the lush pasturage produces some of the finest fairways in the South West.
- Thorn Park Golf Centre
All standards of golf are catered for from complete beginners up to the experienced golfer. A challenging new nine hole par 3 course was opened in 2003 and there are covered and open driving bays, a pitch & putt course, putting green, childrens crazy golf and shop selling golfing equipment and refreshments.
Exeter and East Devon Area Location Map