Your Holiday starts here.
We are here to help you relax from the moment you arrive.
Knowing how important holidays are to you, we make it our business to help you have a great time and settle in to life near the beach. We pride ourselves on knowing the local area and, if you want advice about where to eat or where to take the kids for a day out, please call us or drop in to our Exmouth office when you arrive. We also leave you a welcome pack with local information leaflets for all the family.
Our Holiday Lets are located across the coastal towns and villages of Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton and Lympstone with a holiday home to suit you – a stones throw from our amazing beach! To make sure you have the holiday you deserve, we only provide the highest quality properties and we aim to make our service friendly and welcoming.
We will send you a full information pack before you arrive with property details and where to pick up the key so as soon as you arrive you can access the holiday let and get started. On arrival will be a welcome back with some more information to help you settle in.
Exmouth is a lovely seaside town with over 2 miles of beach and a nice town centre. There is a wealth of independent shops to browse and a range of standard national shops and banks. There are also two butchers and a well stocked fruit & veg shop in the centre of town, alongside two small express supermarkets so you can pick up everything in town. Alternatively you can wander into town and grab a coffee and watch the world go by – before buying some beach gear and hitting the beach!
If you wish to use a supermarket Exmouth has three – Tesco’s and Lidl’s – on the outskirts of Exmouth and only a 5 minute drive from the centre. Both are on the same road and virtually next to each other. Otherwise there is Marks and Spencer foodhall next to the train station.
Exmouth is lucky to have it’s own mini train station which allows you to take a small train along the lovely River Exe and affords wonderful views towards Haldon and Starcross. It takes you to various quaint coastal towns or into the main City of Exeter. Exeter is a great place to visit and so much more relaxing to go by train right into the centre. The service is frequent and easy to use. Exeter has a thousand-year-old cathedral; allows you to walk the Roman city walls or brave the famous underground passages. Exeter has a very cosmpolitan feel with delicious cafes and restaurants, a ton of shops and one of the country’s top universities on its outskirts.
The train can then take you along the coast to other destinations for a good day out and the numerous bus routes take you further along the East Devon coast. Alternatively going further afield and exploring East Devon and Devon it is wise to use the car which allows you to take the many small roads and lanes (Devon has the most lanes in the whole of England!).