A 3-minute walk from the beach and a 6-minute walk from Exmouth Pavilion, this traditional hotel in a double-fronted Regency townhouse.
Relaxed rooms, many with water views, feature simple decor, en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as desks, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Across the road from the beach, this relaxed, Georgian-style hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Exmouth Pavilion on the seaside esplanade and 8 minutes' walk from The Maer cricket ground.
The modest rooms with en suite bathrooms offer TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
There's a bar and a cosy lounge with sea views. A garden overlooks the seafront promenade.
Monday – Travelling to Exmouth stopping for a lunch break enroute at Western Super Mare. Arriving at our hotel in the afternoon.
Tuesday – Lyme Regis is a beautiful seaside resort on the Jurassic Coastline. A beautiful town with an esplanade to the new marina and harbour. The town is renowned for its connection to fossils and all things Jurassic. Enjoy some free time here explore the marina, watch the fishing boats or simply enjoy the views across the bay. Then onto Seaton, a lovely little town nestled into coastline, we visit the Donkey Sanctuary. The working farm is home to donkeys, mules and hinnies of all sizes. With gentle giant Poitou donkeys, gorgeous adoption donkeys and even miniature breeds in the fields. (admissions included) Then onto Sidmouth which is nestled between majestic sandstone cliffs, on the Jurassic Coastline. The charming gardens that surround the town and Regency era buildings will transport you back in time.
Wednesday – A day of leisure. You could enjoy the delights of the Exmouth, maybe take a cruise on the River Exe or along the Jurassic Coastline.
Thursday – Teignmouth a stunning coastal town with historic Georgian buildings sitting on the mouth of the River Teign. The whole area is surrounded some of the most stunning Devonshire Countryside. Within the coastal beach you will find long expanses of sand, a magnificent Victorian Pier and elegant promenade. Whereas in the river beach you will find the harbour bustling with brightly coloured fishing boats bringing in their latest catch. After lunch, we travel on to Dawlish, one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK. The famous Black Swans live and breed within the town in an area known as the Lawn and Brook. These magnificent birds are free to wander around the town and are protected by order of The Queen.
Friday – As we travel back, we will take a lunchtime break enroute at Burnham on Sea.