The Local Area
What to do and see
Jurassic Coastal Walk
The coastal walk starts at Exmouth beach in Devon and ends at the The Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, which is 95 miles, but you can join the walk at any point.
Exeter City Centre
The city centre has a lot to offer with a Gothic Cathedral, ancient city walls, underground passages, fine dining, cocktail bars, art galleries and boutique shops.
Dartmoor National Park
With breathtaking walks across stunning moorland, Dartmoor’s natural beauty is complemented by beautiful wildlife from native ponies to large birds of prey.
Places to eat
Greendale Farm Shop on the Sidmouth road is a personal favourite for either breakfast, lunch or dinner – and great for fish & chips too!
Darts Farm shopping village in Clyst St George is good for breakfast or lunch and well worth a visit.
The Half Moon Inn in Clyst St Mary is ideal for classic pub grub one evening.
Michelin-starred The Salutation Inn in Topsham is perfect for a special occasion.
The Globe Hotel in Topsham never disappoints offering delicious local food and drinks for lunch or dinner.
Places to go
Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club has two picturesque golf courses and fantastic practice facilities overlooking the East Devon countryside.
David Lloyd Exeter offers state-of-the-art leisure facilities, with two swimming pools, tennis courts, gym and spa.
Watch Exeter City Football Club play at St James Park on Saturday afternoons and midweek.
See Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club play at Sandy Park on weekends.
Visit Exeter Golf & Country Club for swimming, gym, squash, tennis or golf.
Route 2 Bikes Topsham offer cycle hire for rides from Topsham to Exeter or Exmouth.
Bicton Arena is a great day out for equestrian fanatics.
Learn to ride at Budleigh Riding School or go for a gentle hack over Woodbury Common.
Go angling at Upham Farm Fishing with 6 well-stocked ponds to choose from.