NEARBY TOWNS AND VILLAGES
We would like to welcome you to Budleigh Salterton, on the Jurassic Coast
NEARBY TOWNS AND VILLAGES
EXPLORE EAST DEVON
Otterton which is 3 miles away is a picturesque little village again right on the river lined with many chocolate box thatched cottages. There are lovely river walks along the river Otter and easy access to the coast path and Ladram Bay, which has a small beach with interesting geological features.
Exmouth is 6 miles away and is the largest town in East Devon and gateway to the Jurassic Coast. It has a 3 mile sandy beach plus lots of shops, pubs and restaurants plus attractions which cater for families of all ages.
Lympstone is 8 miles away and is a pretty little village 2 miles from Exmouth right on the Exe Estuary. You can walk or cycle along the cycle path from Exmouth through to Lympstone and then further on to Topsham. Lympstone has lots of pubs and restaurants and a railway station.
Topsham 10 miles away along the Exe Estuary, was the old port for Exeter and has lots of picturesque narrow streets lined with pubs, restaurants and boutique shops. Situated right on the river it has amazing views of the estuary and surrounding countryside.
Sidmouth is 7 miles away and is an elegant, regency seaside town that became a popular resort in the 19th Century. The Town holds an annual Folk Festival at the end of July/ early August. Click here for more details.
Honiton 12 miles away is a quiet yet thriving market town and famous for Honiton Lace and pottery. It also has a good range of shops and showrooms which specialise in antiques.
Beer 15 miles away is a beautiful village nestling in a steep valley, with a pebble beach famed for its pretty fishing boats. Beer cliffs have magnificent views over the sea and plenty of walks and spots for a picnic.
Branscombe (12 miles) is a unique old village which stretches from the beach, about 2 miles up the valley up a steep hill. It has an old working forge and shop, fascinating cottages and good pubs. On the Sidmouth side of the village is the Donkey Sanctuary which has free admission.
Ottery St. Mary
Ottery St. Mary (9 miles) Birthplace of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, stands on the River Otter. The splendid church built in 1260 by Bishop Bronescombe and based on the model of Exeter Cathedral. Nearby is Escot Park, with its gardens and summer camp for children.
Seaton (18 miles) Situated at the mouth of the River Axe boasting a pebble beach, walled promenade and harbour. The town centre offers a mix of Victorian & Edwardian architecture.
Exeter (14 miles) is an ancient Roman city with a magnificent gothic cathedral, medieval underground passages and historic quayside. It recent years it has undergone a transformation and now offers several large shopping areas including Gandy Street and the Pickwick Arcade offering a selection of boutique and alternative shopping. It also has a multitude of restaurants, picnic areas, riverside walks and attractions and offers plenty of parking facilities
You can reach all the towns above by car, bus or rail
For more information on the area please visit:
Mon to Sat 9:30am - 4:30pm
Sun & Bank Holidays Closed
14 HIGH STREET, BUDLEIGH SALTERTON
DEVON, EX9 6LQ
TEL: 01395 444 020