In and around Budleigh Salterton


We would like to welcome you to Budleigh Salterton, on the Jurassic Coast





In and around Budleigh Salterton
In and around Budleigh Salterton

Budleigh Salterton - Forming part of the Jurassic Coast

Budleigh Salterton is a pretty little seaside town in East Devon, 4.5 miles from Exmouth and 12 from Exeter. Forming part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage site it has a breathtaking bay with a 2.5 mile pebble beach offering safe and clean waters to swim in. Part of the South West Coast Path it is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with miles of gentle walks along the river bank and coast path to explore. The River Otter and Otter Estuary is also rich in flora, fauna, birds and wildlife including Kingfishers and a resident family of Beavers.

Budleigh has an interesting selection of independent Ladies Fashion retailers each offering something different in terms of style and range 

Which includes:

Angies Click here to visit the Website

Plume Click here to visit the Website

Snob Click here to visit the Website


As well as beautiful scenery Budleigh also offers plenty of shops, pubs and beachside cafes and each year plays host to three fantastic festivals including:

Budleigh Jazz Festival - Each Spring -  Click here to visit the Website

Budleigh Music Festival - July -  Click here to visit the Website

Budleigh Literary Festival - September - Click here to visit the Website

We will be pleased to see the return of our very popular Food and Drink Festival due to take place in the Spring of 2017


Budleigh Salterton also offers excellent sporting and leisure facilities which include the following:

East Devon Golf Club - Visit Here

Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club - Visit Here

Budleigh Salterton Bowls Club - Visit Here

Budleigh Salterton Tennis Club - Visit Here

Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club - Visit Here





Fairlynch Museum and Arts Centre is one of the very few thatched museums in the UK. The building, a typical example of a 'marine cottage' and Grade II listed, dates from 1811.

The museum opened in 1967. It aims, for educational and general interest, to exhibit artefacts and information about the history and development of Budleigh Salterton and the Lower Otter Valley. 

The Museum is noted for its collection of period costumes, its many geological specimens and its excellent local history resources.

Open from April to September (also October half term): Open daily except Mondays – 2pm to 4.30pm. FREE ADMISSION.

Telephone 01395 446407

The Fairlynch Museum and Arts Centre

The Fairlynch Museum and Arts Centre

Spanning nearly 300 years of horticultural history, these magnificent grade 1 listed gardens are set in Devon picturesque Otter Valley , between the ancient city of Exeter and England's Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The superbly landscaped park combines 18th century tranquillity with modern amenities to provide all year round enjoyment for everyone of all ages including historic glasshouses, a countryside museum, the Bicton Woodland Railway train ride, nature trail, maze, mini golf, indoor and outdoor children’s play complexes, restaurant and shop. 

Summer: 10.00 - 5.30pm ( 7 days a week)

Winter: 10am - 4.30pm (7 days a week)

Telephone 01395 568465


Bicton Park Botanical Gardens


Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

Set beside the River Otter in one of East Devon's loveliest coastal valleys, Otterton Mill is the place in Devon to experience the ancient traditions of flour milling, bread baking and much more.

The idyllic setting of our historic working watermill and the stunning surrounding countryside attracts visitors year round from all over the world.  They come to enjoy our mill, bakery, cafe-restaurant, local food shop, gift and craft shop, art gallery, live music, and other events.

The Mill is an award-winning venue and to see these accolades, plus customer comments and quotes from the press, visit the website below.

Opening Hours: Open every day, Monday to Sunday - from 10am to 5pm. 

Telephone  01395 568521


Otterton Mill


Otterton Mill

Bicycle hire in Bear Lane, Budleigh Salterton EX9 7AQ

A selection of gents’, ladies’ and children’s bicycles as well as Tag-a-longs, trailers and child bike seats all available for hire.

All bikes are hired out with locks, helmets, pumps & maps of local area

Immediate access to the National Route 2 Cycle Track to the Exe Trail to Exeter as well as Woodbury Common for all-terrain mountain biking.

All bikes available on ½ day – 1 week hire options.

Telephone  01395 442354



Budleigh Bikes



Budleigh Bikes

Situated on the edge of Woodbury Common Heathland, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with fantastic views over the coastline.

British Horse Society Qualified instruction for all ages and abilities. Lessons and hacking on high quality horses in beautiful area

Budleigh Salterton Riding School Has 2 large all-weather menages with jumping facilities

Riding holidays for all levels of experience. Pony days, adult and children’s courses, children’s parties

Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation also available 

Telephone  01395 442035




Budleigh Salterton Riding School



Budleigh Salterton Riding School

The building is square with a four-hipped roof. The walls are largely of stone, now rendered. There is a datestone "Salem chapel, built 1719" and a window cill inscribed "enlarged 1836" when the seating capacity was augmented.

Inside, the gallery across the front end dates from 1719. Two others were added in 1836 and are supported on slender cast-iron columns with moulded caps. The roof structure is of special interest: the vaulted ceiling rises from a single central post - originally of timber, replaced in the nineteenth century by a cast iron one. This in turn has now given way to a stronger modern steel column. When the cast-iron post was removed a purse containing coins and other items was found.

Telephone  01395 445236

For more information click here


Salem Chapel


Salem Chapel

Lily Farm is a family run vineyard situated in its own vale at Knowle, surrounded by beautiful East Devon countryside and within easy walking distance of the town of Budleigh Salterton, part of the historic Jurassic Coastline, England’s first natural World Heritage Site.

Our Vineyard is situated on sandstone slopes approximately 45 – 50 metres above sea level and the vines flourish in their South West facing position.

In 2005 Alan and Faye Pratt, with their two sons Gareth and William, planted 200 vines into the well drained sandy loam soil at Lily Farm.  The first harvest of Rondo grapes was picked in 2007.


Telephone  01395 442591 - 01395 443877



Lily Farm Vineyard



Lily Farm Vineyard

This unique sixteen-sided house was described by Lucinda Lambton as having 'a magical strangeness that one might dream of only as a child'.

It was built for two spinster cousins, Jane and Mary Parminter, on their return from a grand tour of Europe in the late 18th century. It contains many objects and mementoes of their travels.

The extraordinary interior decoration includes a feather frieze, gathered from native game birds and chickens, laboriously stuck down with isinglass. There is also a fragile shell-encrusted gallery, said to contain nearly 25,000 shells, which can be viewed in its entirety using a touch screen 360 degree virtual tour.


Telephone  01395 265514

A la Ronde




A La Ronde
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Mon to Sat 9:30am - 4:30pm

Sun & Bank Holidays Closed




TEL: 01395 444 020

Richard's Menswear - Budleigh Salterton
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