Located on Exmouth seafront offering breath-taking panoramic views across to the estuary. The beach is just a stone’s throw away with a two-mile stretch of sand. Backed by a wide promenade lined with shops, restaurants, and pubs, perfect for a stroll and an ice-cream. Hidden rock pools and sand dunes make for a wonderful afternoon of exploring. As well during the summer there are donkey rides, Punch and Judy shows and other amusements to enjoy.
Exmouth is also widely considered the home of watersports. With optimum conditions for a whole host of sports. Including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding and jet skiing, to name a few. Why not try your hand at something new or hone up your skills as the beach is ideal for beginners and pros alike.
Alternatively what better way to enjoy your stay than discovering the Gateway to the Jurassic coast. Situated at Orcombe Point in Exmouth an impressive stone geoneedle marks the start of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Geology in this area is second to none particularly as the rocks date back 250 million years to the Triassic period. Given that this is the oldest section of the coastline it really is a natural wonder.
The Exe estuary is also renowned for its bird population, in the mid winter there are 25,000 birds in the Exe estuary. Thousands come from northern Europe to feed on the rich marine life.
If that’s not enough below is a list of nearby attractions that will make for a great day out. All in all Exmouth is a fantastic place to spend your holidays with something for everyone to enjoy.
Exmouth Museum 0.2 miles http://www.devonmuseums.net/Exmouth-Museum/Devon-Museums/
Dawlish Warren beach 2.6 miles http://www.dawlishwarren.info/things-to-do-at-dawlish-warren/dawlish-warrens-beach/
Powderham Castle 3.7 miles http://www.powderham.co.uk/
Hawkridge birds of prey centre 3.2 miles http://www.hawkridgebirdsofprey.com/
Crealy 9.2 miles https://www.crealy.co.uk/
To book please call Reservations on 0800 005 2244
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