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2 Published on behalf of the Exmouth Chamber of Commerce by: Compass Guides Ltd, 57 St. Andrews Road, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1AS Tel: 01395 542541 www.compassguides.co.uk exmouth@compassguides.co.uk Image credits: Dave Pick, www.exepics.co.uk Pinpoint Communication, www.pinpoint-uk.co.uk Greenland Studio, www.greenlandstudio.co.uk Moose Allain, www.worldofmoose.com Roger Gibson Michael Buckland Skandia Team GBR/Getty Images John Thorogood, www.clinton-house.com Leonardo Cianella, www.ciannella.com Claire Sloane, www.clairesloanephotography.com Mike Rice, www.fotoboat.com East Devon District Council Express & Echo Copyright: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or transmitted in any form - electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise without the prior written consent of the publisher. Š Copyright Compass Guides Ltd 2012. All rights reserved. e&oe. Disclaimer: Whilst every care is taken to ensure accuracy, the publishers cannot accept responsibility for loss, damage or omission caused by error or negligence in the printing of an advert or other information. All artwork is accepted on strict condition that permission has been given for use in this publication. Compass Guides does not endorse any advertising material included within this publication. Thanks to: John Thorogood, Steph Bridge, Michael Buckland, Roger Gibson, Moose Allain from World of Moose, John Wokersien, Exmouth Chamber, Emma Houlding from INC, Emma Tarling from RNLI Exmouth.

Come to Exmouth Exmouth is just eight miles down the A376 from junction 30 on the M5 and there’s a half-hourly train service connecting with the London to Penzance line at Exeter. Flights from all over Europe land at Exeter International Airport, only 20 minutes away.

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2012 – COME TO LIFE

Contents

Everyone welcome Come to life Come outside Life’s a beach Easy life & Wild life Sail now on Fun and games Love arts Exmouth Festival Taste of the sea Year round retail Feel great Getting around

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Everyone welcome Exmouth has a great collection of independent shops, lots of places to stay, to play and to eat and drink, plus a thriving arts community, a well-deserved reputation for live music, its own theatre company and an annual festival that brings them all together. You’ll never want to leave.


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Come to life

Exmouth is a place of contrasts. A big town with a village atmosphere, it has the sea on one side and an estuary on the other. Its 250 million-year-old red cliffs form the gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site while its brand-new pedestrianised public square offers 21st century café culture. It’s the perfect place to relax and unwind, but it’s also the inspiration for both sporting and cultural excellence - Exmouth is the home of champions:


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• Steph Bridge is four-times World Kitesurfing Champion and her son Tom (10) is the European Freestyle Under-18s Champion, with his brother Oliver (14) in second place behind him.

COME TO LIFE

• The Exe Sailing Club was RYA Club of the Year 2010, and has nurtured the talents of double Olympic sailing silver medallist Joe Glanfield, fellow sailing Olympians Ben Rhodes and Stevie Morrison, and world-class sailors Ben Cornish and Alex Horlock. • Jack Findel-Hawkins is currently ranked as the GB boys 18 and under tennis number one and Alex and Ben Lane, and Alice Feesey are top teenage badminton stars. • Even Exmouth’s Indoor Market, floral displays and mussels are award winners!

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Come outside

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The newly extended cycle path. Running on the beach, a delight. Kingfisher. Exmouth skies.


Offering safe and easy-going cycling for all the family, the newly-constructed Exe Estuary Trail offers mainly level, traffic-free riding (or walking) for almost the entire 26 miles around the estuary from Exmouth to Dawlish Warren, via Exeter. The Trail (part of National Cycle Network route 2) takes in lots

of places, including the picturesque village of Lympstone, the historic town of Topsham, Exeter Quay and Powderham Castle, to stop for rest for refreshment. You can enjoy the stunning views and glimpse exceptional wildlife throughout, and train and ferry services will ensure that if you’ve had enough for one day, you can still return relaxed and happy. Another slightly more challenging section of NCN Route 2 takes you from Exmouth, through Phear Park, to Budleigh Salterton along the path of the former railway line – a beautiful rural trail. Cycle hire, servicing for your own bike and guided tours of the cycle routes are all available in town. Both a footpath and a designated, level cycle trail run the entire length of Exmouth’s two-mile beach, and are popular with visitors and local people all the year round. There are plenty of seats along the way, where you can stop to take in the magnificent view. For the more seasoned hiker, both the East Devon Way and the SW Coast Path run through Exmouth, and cyclists with a need for an adrenaline fix will find open terrain and a variety of unofficial downhill, freestyle and cross-country trails on Woodbury Common, just a couple of miles out of town.

COME OUTSIDE

Exmouth’s opportunities for cycling or hiking in the fresh Devon air are exceptional – as are the views along the way.

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Life’s a beach


Exmouth’s two-mile sandy beach has been attracting visitors for 150 years.

In the summer months there are donkey rides, deckchairs,

With dunes, rockpools galore and the dramatic red cliffs of the Jurassic coast, as well as nearby cafés and attractions, Exmouth beach has plenty of space (even at high tide!) for traditional family seaside fun at any time of year.

paddling and sandcastles (with ice cream and fish ‘n chips, of course) and at cooler times, you can go fishing or beachcombing, watch wild seas and ever-changing views, and take long bracing walks on the SW coast path (with a hot drink at the end).

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LIFE’S A BEACH

It’s always a good time to come to the beach.

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Easy life Between the beach and the mouth of the Exe estuary is an unmissable and colourful corner of Exmouth – the Marina. Wander round from the Pierhead shops, pub and cafés and sit with a coffee or walk over the bridge and around the beach-side path. From here you can watch the fishermen bringing in their catch of local fish and mussels, and see the boats bobbing about on their moorings and the flocks of birds over on the Dawlish Warren nature reserve. If you’re in the mood for an adventure, here’s where you can take a boat trip, catch the ferry or ride a water taxi across the river.


Wild life

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Take a gentle stroll up the estuaryside footpath, or pedal up the Exe Trail (see page 8), to discover the full splendour of Exmouth’s ‘duckpond’.

The huge population of wetland birds includes Avocets, Widgeons, Curlews, Oystercatchers and Godwits, and this estuary is one of only two places in the UK where Redshanks breed. Exmouth is one of the most bio-diverse towns in the south west. Explore The Maer behind the coastal sand dunes, look through a window on the undersea world in the pools at Maer Rocks, watch out for dolphins in the bay or visit a Kittiwake colony at Sandy Bay.

EASY LIFE & WILD LIFE

A haven for wildlife, especially migratory wildfowl and wading birds, the Exe estuary is recognised as a wetland site of international importance. 25,000 birds overwinter here, including one per cent of the entire world population of Brent geese – 1000 come every year from the Arctic Circle to feed on Exmouth’s eel grass during the winter months.


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Sail now on When it comes to water activities, you’re spoilt for choice in Exmouth. Whatever the weather, wind or tide, and whatever your age, size or ability, there’ll be something for you to do on, in or under the coastal or estuary waters. Exmouth’s unique geographical position, with its endless combinations of tide and wind direction and strength, makes it a centre of excellence offering year-round opportunities for windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, dinghy sailing, diving and much more, on the seafront and up the river estuary.

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Exmouth RNLI 24/7 Whatever the weather

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As well as good launching, landing and thermal effects, you’ll find flat water for blasting, and sometimes up to eight feet of surf on the sand bar for experienced sailors. And with the water level never more than chest-high in the ‘duckpond’ part of the estuary and the lagoon area at Orcombe Point, beginners can learn new skills in safety – there’s always advice and tuition available.

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If you love the exhilaration of speed, take a ringo or speedboat ride, try waterskiing or jetskiing, or discover why Exmouth is one of the only places in the country where you can take banana boat rides on the open sea. Prefer something calmer? Go diving off Shelly Beach and find a huge and colourful variety of life just a stone’s throw from the water’s edge.

Visiting dinghy sailor? Check out the Exe Sailing Club website www.exe-sailing-club.org

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Or try a fishing trip, a boat tour round the Jurassic Coast or cruise up the river for a pub lunch.


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Fun and games Exmouth has been a popular family resort since the railway arrived here in 1861, so we’ve had plenty of practice in providing something for everyone – young and old. There are shows, exhibitions, clubs and amusement arcades, plus sporting venues and leisure facilities of all kinds as well as a charming museum, historic buildings, a fascinating Blue Plaque Trail (pick up a leaflet from Travelworld in The Strand) and beautiful flower-filled parks.


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Orcombe Point, at the eastern end of Exmouth’s beach, is the official gateway to the Jurassic Coast, England’s first UNESCO designated natural World Heritage Site. The cliffs here are 250 million years old – the oldest rocks in the 95-mile stretch of coastline – even older than the dinosaurs!

Whatever the weather, or the time of year, there are attractions, activities, clubs and classes, in the town and on the seafront, to entertain and delight. From a bowling club to a skate park, and from swimming to pitch and putt, there is always something for you to do.


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GARDENS, GAMES & TRAINS at BEER • Steam Trains • Model Railway Exhibition • Landscaped Gardens • Play Areas • Sensational Views over Lyme Bay …and much more

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Love arts

Exmouth is a town where creativity is nurtured. A supportive environment within a unique and inspirational landscape, its creative culture attracts people from far and wide to participate in its numerous arts events. Exmouth has a strong DIY ethic, and artists here are finding creative ways of communicating through alternative ideas and projects too from pop-up art cafĂŠs and guerrilla knitting to inspiring uplifting messages written in the sand.


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Cultural Olympiad 2012 Nowhereisland is a public art project which will become a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to be involved with the Olympiad 2012. It is a ‘new island nation’ that is being brought from its Norwegian origins to the south west of the UK. It will be moored off Exmouth beach between 4th and 7th August, and celebratory events and activities will be held onshore in the vicinity of its ‘Embassy’ – a mobile museum, packed full of information and activities about the many different issues associated with this project, such as citizenship, land grab, sovereignty and climate change, as well as the island’s geological beginnings. There is always something happening in Exmouth.

L OV E A R T S

Look at www.exmouthguide.co.uk to see what’s on any week of the year.

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Exmouth Festival The thriving arts and music community comes together every year to produce a community festival around the late May bank holiday.

Exmouth Festival The Exmouth Festival is a long-established nine-day event that showcases local talent as well as regional artists and performers. The 2012 Festival (31st May to 8th June) will be vast and varied and will include ceramics workshops, dance workshops and live poetry performances as well as music galore and its own artist-in-residence. The focus will be on the history of Exmouth, going back as far as the Jurassic period. Workshops and events will highlight sustainability and keeping our beautiful town green. Queen’s Jubilee The town will be celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee as part of the Exmouth Festival; this will be in the style of a village fete celebrating all things British, including tug-of-war, picnics in the park and tea dances!

Large spotlight: Music for all tastes. Small spotlight: Street Heat Samba Band. Main image: ‘Festival’ by Michael Buckland.


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Taste of the Sea


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Finding a place to eat and drink is easy in Exmouth, which has a huge range and variety of cafés, bistros, restaurants, pubs, bars and takeaways to suit every mood, taste and pocket. Deciding which to choose may be more of a challenge!

TASTE OF THE SEA

Don’t miss the local specialities – the freshest possible award winning Exe mussels, and fantastic fish and seafood, straight from the boats to your plate – and look out for big breakfasts, great pub lunches and Devon cream teas.

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Whether you’re here in summer and want to sip a cocktail and watch the sun go down, or you’d like to finish a bracing winter day’s hike with a good hot meal by a blazing fire, there’ll be somewhere in Exmouth just perfect for you. And if you prefer to cook for yourself, you’ll soon discover that many of the area’s food producers are award winners. Find their products in the bistros, town’s shops (see pages 36 & 37), at the regular farmers’ market and in nearby farm shops, which offer local cheeses, artisan breads, quality meat and game (including the famous Ruby Red beef), Devon-grown fruit and vegetables and locally-produced preserves, wines, ales and ciders.


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Family run cafe with a warm welcome serving delicious food and drinks for all the family.

50, The Strand - in the centre of town. Open 8am for breakfast

www.gossipscafe.co.uk tel: (07825) 172707

TASTE OF THE SEA

Coffee • Tea • Soft Drinks • Snacks Full English Breakfasts • Lunches Milkshakes • Chips • Jacket Potatoes Rolls • Baguettes • Sandwiches • Scones Pasties • Ice Cream • A range of Cakes Daily Specials • Outdoor seating area • Take-away available


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Year round retail

Shopping in Exmouth will show you a different kind of retail therapy. Here, instead of the usual town centre chain store experience, you will discover unique independent and specialist shops in several different areas, each one of which has its own distinct and individual atmosphere.

All areas are accessible and level, with car parks and bus routes nearby, giving you the chance to take a relaxed and laid-back approach to shopping.


YEAR ROUND RETAIL

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This is a working town as well as a popular tourist destination, so you will find that butchers, bakers, greengrocers and delicatessens can be found alongside the galleries, jewellers and gift shops. And you will be able to buy hardware, books, electrical goods and much more, as well, of course, as buckets and spades! Exmouth is officially a Fairtrade town, and, under the umbrella of Transition Town Exmouth, many of its residents, including artists, cyclists, farmers’ market stallholders and holistic health practitioners, are working towards keeping things local, and living life in an environmentally-friendly manner. For more information see www.exmouthfairtrade.org.uk and www.transitiontownexmouth.co.uk.

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Dairy Produce, Computer games bought and sold, Household Goods, Books, Gents Clothing, Gift Ideas, Pet Supplies, Kitchenware, China & Glass, Watches, Clocks & Jewellery, Lace, Linen & Cushions, Ladies Fashion, Haberdashery, Bags & Purses, Electrical Goods, Homebrew, Music, Videos & DVD’s, Cards, Confectionery, Engraving, Home Made Cakes, Ladies & Gents Shoes, WEIGH & SAVE, Household plants and Ferns and much more...

You’ll be amazed at what you find! 12 The Strand, Exmouth. (Open Mon-Sat: 9am - 5.30pm)

Sundays through August 10am - 4pm

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Feel great Exmouth’s relaxed and friendly environment is enhanced by dozens of sports and leisure organisations and facilities for everything from fishing, cricket, rugby, tennis and football, to dancing, singing, painting and photography. The sea air, cycle trails, footpaths, parks and nearby countryside encourage a healthy lifestyle. It’s easy to find fresh, healthy, local food too. And if you need health advice, fitness training, treatment or just some TLC, you will find people here who will help you make the very most of your life.


feeling good Our friendly, well-qualified team will help you improve your health and fitness in our warm, eco-friendly clinic in Exmouth town centre.

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Therapies: Acupuncture ˚ EFT ˚ Massage therapies ˚ McTimoney chiropractic Myofascial release ˚ Nutritional therapy ˚ Reflexology

Classes one-to-one: Circuit training ˚ Personal fitness training ˚ Pilates ˚ Tai chi ˚ TRX ˚ Yoga

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Getting around Getting around both Exmouth town centre and the seafront area is generally easy, with wide level pavements and open shopping areas.

There are also water taxi and ferry services to Dawlish Warren and Starcross on the other side of the Exe estuary.

Wheelchairs, mobility scooters and cycles are all available for hire. Many taxi companies operate here, and the bus services both around the town and to Exeter and local villages are regular and frequent.

For those with mobility problems who cannot access public transport, the Exmouth & District Community Transport Group offers a door-todoor bus service, within the local area, that can accommodate wheelchairs. Call 01395 266662.

Trains on the picturesque Avocet line (which runs, via Topsham and Exeter, all the way to Barnstaple) operate half-hourly at most times; the station is just a short walk from the town centre and views from the line are magnificent.

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Water Taxis Ltd

Visit Dawlish Warren Nature Reserve by Water Taxi 1st April to 4th September from Exmouth Docks Return fare just ÂŁ4.00 Adults ÂŁ2.00 Children

Tel: 07970 918418

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If you’d like a bit of luxury, with attentive staff, excellent cuisine and sea views, you will find historic hotels to delight you. If you’d prefer the flexibility and friendliness of a guest house or bed & breakfast establishment, you can be assured of clean, comfortable rooms and high standards of catering throughout the town and out into the nearby countryside.

And if self-catering appeals to you, there are beautiful cottages and seafront apartments to let. On the outskirts of town, campsites and holiday parks offer a wide range of options and facilities. For couples, families, groups or individual travellers, there’s a warm welcome in Exmouth.

guest house Dave & Debbie welcome you to Aslema - a clean and comfortable guest house offering a hearty breakfast. Discounts for senior citizens on stays one week or over. 200 yards from the beach and marina Short level stroll to town centre En-suite rooms with TV and Tea/Coffee facilities Christmas and New Year rates Courtesy transport from nearby bus/train station if required Special offers on winter breaks available October to April

61 St Andrews Road, Exmouth EX8 1AS | Tel 01395 270737 email: debbieaslema@aol.com | www.aslemaguesthouse.co.uk

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Devoncourt S E LF C AT E R I NG & AP ARTME NTS

The Devoncourt is the ideal family base from where to explore Exeter and the wonderful countryside of East Devon • Self Catering Apartments & Hotel Rooms • 2 Miles of Sandy Beaches • Fully equipped Health and Leisure Club • Heated Indoor/Outdoor Pools • Full size Snooker Table • Entertainments & Activities Programme • Colour Digital Widescreen Teletext Television with Enhanced ‘Free to Air’ Channels • Panoramic South Facing Sea Views • 4 Acres of Sub Tropical Gardens • Superb Table d’hote & A la carte Restaurant • Lifts to All Floors Off season Bargain Breaks including Christmas and New Year Packages also available on request including details of our superb Self Catering Apartments. To request our latest brochure and tariff please phone or write to reservations

Try our new bar and restaurant, serving non-residents too!

DOUGLAS AVENUE EXMOUTH DEVON EX8 2EX

TEL 01395 272277 FAX 01395 269315 enquiries@devoncourthotel.com

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Beautifully landscaped gardens with fantastic panoramic sea views

Outdoor and Indoor pools | Luxuriously appointed rooms | Sun lounge

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DOLPHIN HOTEL Morton Road, Exmouth, Devon Tel/Fax: (01395) 263832

www.dolphinhotelexmouth.co.uk email: reception@dolphinhotelexmouth.co.uk The Dolphin Hotel is under the personal supervision of the proprietor, Jo Knowles. Her staff takes pride in providing guests with a warm welcome and a relaxing atmosphere.

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The hotel offers: Fully licensed bar A combination of Double, Twin, Family and Single rooms, twenty-five rooms in total All rooms have TV, Wi-Fi, clock radio and tea/coffee making facilities Majority of rooms have a shower or bath and toilet en-suite. Ground floor rooms available. Roof garden (hotel is 8 times winner of Exmouth in Bloom competition). Limited hotel car parking and permits available for local car park. Group and mid-week bookings welcome. Special weekly rates. Wi-Fi Brochure and tariff on request

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Ashton Court Hotel Louisa Terrace, Exmouth, Devon EX8 2AQ Telephone: (01395) 263002 Fax: (01395) 263747 E-mail: mail@ashtoncourthotel.co.uk www.ashtoncourthotel.co.uk

The Ashton Court Hotel is situated on Louisa Terrace, part of the town's historic Beacon, where many notable people chose to make their homes during Exmouth's Georgian heyday. All the pleasures of the Seafront are just a short stroll away, with the amenities of the town within easy walking distance. The Hotel enjoys magnificent views over the Exe estuary and the beautiful coastline stretching out towards Torbay. We have ground floor rooms in addition to a lift serving all main floors. Car parking is available at the front of the hotel. Tours and group bookings are welcome, we would be pleased to discuss your individual requirements.

For more details visit us online at:www.ashtoncourthotel.co.uk


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Foxholes, Exmouth, Devon EX8 2DF www.barnhotel.co.uk Telephone: (01395) 224411 Fax: (01395) 225445

A warm welcome awaits you at The Barn, a family owned hotel set in two acres of grounds, in a slightly elevated quiet location overlooking the sea. The hotel is just 200 yards from the beach and level two mile promenade. Ample car parking is available within the grounds.

All public rooms and the majority of bedrooms have sea views. All bedrooms are en-suite with colour television, coffee and tea making facilities, hair dryers and direct dial telephone. Single, double, twin and family rooms are available. The Barn has a residential bar licence. Residents are welcome to entertain their guests at the hotel.

Award Winning Gardens. 1st place Exmouth in Bloom

Within the grounds is a swimming pool. For those who just prefer to sit and relax, there is our spacious south facing sun terrace which overlooks the Exe estuary and the sweeping expanse of coastline beyond.

The Barn is likely to appeal to those who prefer the more intimate atmosphere and personal service of a Country House, offering a relaxing environment for holidays or at the end of a days business. The hotel has full central heating - early and late season breaks being a speciality. For the comfort and safety of all guest it should be noted the The Barn is a non smoking hotel. Please write or telephone the resident proprietors for a colour brochure and tari.


Quentance Farm

41 Morton Road Exmouth EX8 1BA 01395 271969 www.clinton-house.com

Relax and unwind just 70 metres from the seafront and close to Town Centre, Bus and Railway Stations. Comfortable en-suite rooms. 80 channel TV and complimentary trays. Enjoy our extensive Breakfast choices in our bright & spacious Dining Room.

rooms from £30 per person CARBERRY LODGE Quality modern B&B. All rooms en-suite. Parking. Quiet Location with exceptional estuary views. Open all year.

Comfortable Bed & Breakfast between Exmouth and Budleigh Salterton Very quiet, off road, with sea views. Double/twin and family room, some with en-suite facilities. All have wash basin, colour TV, tea & coffee making facilities. Cosy guest lounge with open fire. Central heating throughout. Children and dogs welcome. Palle & Rose Jessen, 01395 442733 www.selfcatering-devon.co.uk

Mrs Chris Logan, 2 Carberry Avenue, Exmouth, EX8 3EH

Tel: 01395 263869 email: chris@carberrylodge.co.uk www.carberrylodge.co.uk

SEAFORTH HOTEL

HOLLYHOCKS Attractive B&B in family home. 5 mins from seafront, 2 mins from town, bus & rail links. Really quiet and comfortable rooms with private patio. Mrs C Donald, Hollyhocks, 41 Raleigh Road, Exmouth EX8 2RX Tel: 01395 279926

Guest House/Bed and Breakfast Conveniently situated just 50 yards from the beach and 200 yards from the town. Tel: 01395 275252 or 07814 716522 www.seaforthexmouth.co.uk

email: hannie@hannahdonald.wanadoo.co.uk

ANCHORING B&B

BUCKLAND VILLA Bed & Breakfast with high standard comfortable ground floor bedrooms with en-suites. Courtesy afternoon tea on arrival in breakfast/sitting room. Nonsmoking. Ample parking. Open all year. Margaret & Michael Bottomley, 236 Exeter Road, Exmouth EX8 3NH Tel: 01395 273031

ROHAVEN

Friendly family run B&B 100 metres from the seafront, close to the town centre, bus and train station. Newly opened in 2008, all rooms finished to a high standard with en-suite, Freeview TV & Wi-fi facilities. Margaret Grant, 106 St. Andrews Road, Exmouth EX8 1AT Tel: 01395 268849 email: anchoring106@yahoo.co.uk

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ALEXANDRAHAYES Rohaven, an imposing Victorian House situated in a prime location on the main A376 Exeter Road. All rooms are en-suite and there is plenty of off-road parking. Easy walk into town and beach Call: 01395 272368 www.rohaven.co.uk info@rohaven.co.uk

Friendly, Victorian B&B with a very relaxed atmosphere. 1 min walk to seafront & estuary, 5 mins walk to town, bus & train. Can take groups of 13. Fully equipped kitchen for guests’ use. Speak to Yvonne on 01395 273376 100 Victoria Road, Exmouth EX8 1DR

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stablished for over fifty years, we are Exmouth’s largest self catering holiday company, and as such are pleased to be able to offer you an extensive range of comfortable holiday accommodation. We have more than fifty houses, flats and bungalows, each one owned, maintained and furnished by ourselves. Situations vary from just off the seafront to the quieter residential areas of the town. Having the largest number of properties makes us more likely to have just the holiday home you are looking for.

For further details and pictures visit us online at www.exmouth.co.uk

Sample Prices inc. VAT @ 20% Band JUNE JULY/AUG SEPT

2 Persons C

£142

£189

£110

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£261

£151

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£431

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£486

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2 Persons (1 bedroom)

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5 Persons (3 bedrooms) (4 bedrooms)

Other sizes and dates also available. Prices correct at time of going to press.


More than fifty houses, flats and bungalows to choose from Our Holiday Homes... * Are equipped for an enjoyable family holiday. * Have parking facilities on the premises in the majority of cases. * Are open all year round (except Christmas and New Year) and have genuinely low early and late season rates * Have cots, high chairs and bed linen available.

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Why not consider a week for two in September for just ÂŁ110 * All flats are fully self contained with no shared facilities. * Each property is cleaned, serviced and inspected between each letting. * There are no bunks, folding beds or bed settees. There is no overcrowding, we allow for a maximum of two people per bedroom. * You can telephone with your enquiry at any time from 8.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Saturday. * You have the assurance of personal attention from our family company at all times.

Exmouth Holiday Homes PO Box 64, Exmouth EX8 5YP Tel: 01395 274327 Fax: 01395 263747 E-mail: holiday.homes@exmouth.co.uk

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Devon’s award winning family owned Holiday Park by the sea

Fabulous facilities Luxurious accomm odation Tents & touring pi tches Holiday home owne rship available Private sheltered beach Nightly entertainm ent

Otterton, Devon EX9 7BX Call now for your FREE Brochure

www.ladrambay.co.uk 01395 568 398


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NOW OPEN ALL YEAR! SHORT BREAKS OFFERED

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BRIDGE COTTAGE ‘Recommended’

Delightfully furnished cottage in picturesque village of East Budleigh. Only 1 mile from quaint sea town of Budleigh Salterton. Lots of lovely river walks. • BEAMED LOUNGE/DIGITAL TV & DVD • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS H&C • KITCHEN/COOKER/FRIDGE/MICROWAVE/ WASHING MACHINE •BATHROOM - TWO W.C ONE UP & ONE DOWN • PARKING IN LARGE RELAXING GARDEN From £110 - £365 per week. Colour photos/details phone 01395 446357 Mrs G.C.Jones, 8 Bridge Cottage, East Budleigh, Devon EX9 7DJ www.bridgecottageholidays.co.uk

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SHELLY COURT Two Bedroom Apartment with excellent sea views adjacent to the Marina.Disabled facilities available on request. Please call:

HOLIDAY FLATS 105 Victoria Road, Exmouth

100 yards seafront, near shops. Sleeps from 2 to 8, colour TV, dishwasher, washing facilities, parking, cot. Mrs Rowsell, 10 Whitehall Farm Lane, Virginia Water, Surrey, GU25 4DA Tel: (01344) 844182 email: karinrowsell@hotmail.com www.holidayapartments4u.com

PARK COTTAGE

2 Bedroom terraced cottage. Sleeps 5. Close to sandy beaches and town. Well equipped. Cleanliness assured. Bed linen provided. Children welcome but sorry, no pets or smoking. Further details: Tel/fax 01725 510095 email: exm.74@tiscali.co.uk

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Sea front, ground floor, two bedroom flat on the Esplanade just yards from beach and Marina. On site parking, spacious, beautifully decorated, superb views - you really won’t be disappointed! Details: 01395 264879 or visit www.sea-lovers.co.uk

SAXONBURY ANNEXE Self-contained bungalow in garden setting. Comfortably furnished for 2 people. Suitable less able walkers & wheelchair users. Includes all services. Dishwasher. Sky TV. Available all year. Mrs J Elliott, 43 Seymour Road, Exmouth EX8 3JG Tel: 01395 264323 email: john-elliott7@sky.com

A recently refurbished two bedroomed holiday home, sleeps up to 5. Situated within 100m of Exmouth sea front, town centre, leisure centre, swimming pool and bus/train station. Lovely outlook onto Manor Park. Mrs A Widdecombe Tel: 07812 244406 email: info@parkcottage.co.uk

DEVON BLUEBELLS In a quiet location, yet less than 5 minutes drive from the seafront. 3 double bed bedrooms (2 with double bed, 1 with twin beds). Fully furnished, 40” flatscreen tV with Sky+, DVD Player and FREE secure Wi-Fi. Details: Ken & Sue Davies, 10 Vale Road Exmouth EX8 2LZ Tel: 01395 273428 www.devonbluebells.com H

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Modern 2 bed first floor apartment. Minutes from beach, harbour and town. Furnished to a very high standard and fully equipped. Sleeps 5. Bed linen included. Off road parking space. Available all year. Short breaks available. Please contact: Mrs Pauline Houlden, 24 Shelly Reach, Exmouth EX8 1XT. Tel: 01395 277280 or 07966 378144 e: mrspaulinehoulden@gmail.com w: www.numberseventeen.co.uk

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SWEETCOMBE Cottage Holidays

Exmouth Marina

Extensive and exclusive selection of charming period cottages, converted barns, delightful apartments and elegant town houses in the Exmouth area, many with sea views and on Exmouth Marina. Sweetcombe Cottage Holidays Rosemary Cottage Weston Sidmouth Devon EX10 0PH

Coastal, country and town centre locations personally selected to suit all tastes. Contact us for a FREE brochure.

Tel: 01395 512130

Come and sample the flavours of Exmouth and East Devon.

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From cosy two-person apartments to spacious houses ideal for an extended family, we offer a variety of comfortable self-catering holiday accommodation in East Devon. Sea views, heart of town or rural tranquillity, we will have a holiday home that is just right for you. To help you enjoy a relaxing break our local, knowledgeable staff are on hand.

EATON-TERRY CLARK H O L I D A Y S

HELPING TO MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY MORE EFFICIENTLY

HOLIDAY LETS

RESIDENTIAL LETS BLOCK MANAGEMENT

tel: 01395 267395 email: manager@exmouthholidays.co.uk

www.exmouthholidays.co.uk Members of ARLA, ARMA and TPO

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www.exmouth.net • Friday-Friday bookings • £300 - £650 per week • 50% winter discount (over 60’s couple)

PILOT COTTAGE Just off the seafront - with private parking, this quality 4 star ground floor maisonette sleeps 4 (in three bedrooms). Close to shops and restaurants. With its modern kitchen/diner, spacious lounge with wide screen Freeview TV, DVD and Wi-Fi - you won’t be disappointed! Seahorse Holidays 3 Esplanade Exmouth EX8 1BQ Tel: (01395) 222882

Air conditioning

Lift

Central heating

Parking

Children welcome

Reduced

Cot available

Special breaks offered

Credit cards accepted

Special diets catered for

Disabled facilities (check when booking)

Swimming pool (indoor)

Dogs accepted (by arrangement)

Swimming pool (outdoor)

Tea/Coffee facilities in bedrooms

Wi-fi available

En-suite accommodation available

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Linen hire available

Evening meal optional

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Gardens

Telephone in unit (self catering)

Television in bedrooms

Television in unit (self catering)

Ground floor accommodation

Electric cooking (self catering)

Hot & Cold water in bedrooms

Gas cooking (self catering)

Licensed

Washing facilities (self catering)

Christmas breaks

Shop on site (caravans, camping) Shower on site (caravans, camping)

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Hotels, Guest Houses, Bed & Breakfast & Farmhouses for an explanation of facilities symbols please refer to page 56

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Anchoring B&B 106 St. Andrews Road

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Ashton Court Louisa Terrace

01395 263002

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Aslema 61 St Andrews Road EX8 1AS

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The Barn Hotel Foxholes Hill

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Buckland Villa 236 Exeter Road

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Dolphin Hotel Morton Road

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Royal Beacon Hotel The Beacon

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Months open - months are numbered 1-12, January being ‘1’ and December being ‘12’. Therefore, ‘3-12’ means the location is open from March-December inclusive. Please note that the content of this guide is correct at the time of going to press To avoid disappointment we recommend calling ahead to your chosen accommodation provider to check any details, as changes do happen during the year. The publishers and/or their partners accept no responsibility for any information that is later proved to be inaccurate. e&oe.

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01344 844182

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Number Seventeen 17 Shelly Reach

01395 277280

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Park Cottage

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Pilot Cottage

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01725 510095

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Sea Lovers 5 Esplanade

01395 264879

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01395 277677

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Special breaks offered

Credit cards accepted

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Tea/Coffee facilities in bedrooms

Wi-fi available

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Evening meal optional

Linen provided

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Telephone in unit (self catering)

Television in bedrooms

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Electric cooking (self catering)

Hot & Cold water in bedrooms

Gas cooking (self catering)

Licensed

Washing facilities (self catering)

Christmas breaks

Shop on site (caravans, camping) Shower on site (caravans, camping)

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Exmouth Hospital

Dentists’ surgeries

Claremont Grove Exmouth EX8 2JN Main hospital switchboard /general enquiries: 01395 279684 Minor Injuries Unit, Fracture Clinic, Theatre/ Day Case Admissions, X-ray, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Out-patient clinics and Community Nursing

10 Salterton Road Exmouth EX8 2BW 01395 263225

Doctors’ surgeries Claremont Medical Practice Exmouth Health Centre Claremont Grove Exmouth EX8 2JF Appointments: 01395 273401 All other enquiries: 01395 273666 Haldon House Surgery 37-41 Imperial Road Exmouth EX8 1DQ   01395 222777/222888  Imperial Medical Practice 49 Imperial Road Exmouth EX8 1DQ Appointments: 01395 224555 All other enquiries: 01395 280362 Raleigh Surgery 33 Pines Road Exmouth EX8 5NH 01395 222499 Rolle Medical Partnership Exmouth Health Centre Claremont Grove Exmouth EX8 2JF Appointments: 01395 226530 All other enquiries: 01395 226540

5 Victoria Road Exmouth EX8 1DL 01395 272018 13 Bicton Place Exmouth EX8 2SU 01395 272027 111 Salterton Road Exmouth EX8 2NJ 01395 264248 Schools Bassetts Farm Primary School St John’s Rd Exmouth EX8 4GB 01395 267451 The Beacon CofE (VA) Primary School Beacon Place Exmouth EX8 2SR 01395 264300 Brixington Primary School Brixington Lane Exmouth EX8 4JQ 01395 266997 The Dolphin School 5 Raddenstile Lane Exmouth EX8 2JH 01395 272418 Exeter Road Community Primary School Exeter Road Exmouth EX8 1PU 01395 272935

Exmouth Community College Gipsy Lane Exmouth EX8 3AF 01395 255665 Littleham CofE Primary School Littledown Close Exmouth EX8 2QY 01395 266535 Marpool Primary School Moorfield Road Exmouth EX8 3QW 01395  263961 St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Long Causeway Exmouth EX8 2JP 01395 264875 St Peter’s School Harefield Lympstone Exmouth EX8 5AU 01395 272148 Withycombe Raleigh CofE Primary School 118 Withycombe Village Rd Exmouth EX8 3AN 01395 263397 Day nurseries ABC Nursery 143 Exeter Road Exmouth EX8 3DX 01395 222808 Acorn Kindergarten Spiders Lane Exmouth EX8 2DS 01395 267010 The Dolphin School


Happy Days Nursery Exmouth Community College Gipsy Lane Exmouth EX8 3AF 01395 264761 Pebbles Day Nursery 15 Carlton Hill Exmouth EX8 1SR 01395 272049 Rainbow Nursery St Joseph’s RC Primary School Long Causeway Exmouth EX8 1TS 01395 274906 The Sunshine Nursery School The Gorfin Hall Claremont Lane Exmouth EX8 2LE 01395 502934 Tree House Pre-School Nursery 41 Exeter Road Exmouth EX8 1PU 07749 299816

Local councils Exmouth Town Council The Town Hall St Andrews Road Exmouth EX8 1AW 01395 276167 Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit surgeries and enquiry office Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays 9am – 1pm and 2pm – 4.30pm The Town Hall St Andrews Road Exmouth EX8 1AW 01395 276167 East Devon District Council Customer Services 01395 516551 Licensing, planning, housing, environmental health Devon County Council General Enquiries 0845 155 1015

Registrars 0845 1551002 Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm For appointments at Exmouth Town Hall

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Deli on the Strand 16 The Strand EX8 1AD 01395 279977 Delicatessen

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Exmouth Computers 52 Exeter Road EX8 1PY 01395 224122 sales@exmouthcomputers.com Computer & accessory shop & internet access

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Exmouth Tackle Shop 20 The Strand EX8 1AF 01395 274918 Sea and freshwater fishing tackle

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Hands-on Health 16 Victoria Road EX8 1DL 01395 224207 www.hands-onhealth.co.uk Eco-friendly health and fitness clinic

Kings Garden Centre Higher Hulham Road EX8 5DZ 01395 271911 kings@kingsgardenandleisure.co.uk Garden centre, gift shop and restaurant K

Let’s Talk 45 Parade EX8 1RD 01395 225253 sales@letstalkcomputers.co.uk Mobile phone, laptop/PC & game console repairs

Peter Dixon Chandlery 1 & 2 Pilot Wharf EX8 1XA 01395 273248 peterdixonchandlery@yahoo.co.uk Chandlery, books, clothing, waterproofs L

Rachael’s Rose 8 Rolle Street EX8 1HE 01395 271008 Quality ladies clothing & accessories

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Roly’s Fudge Pantry 13 Rolle Street EX8 1HA 07717 624479 deerolyexmouth@yahoo.co.uk Hand made fudge

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