Cheap Hotels in Exmouth
Situated on the Exmouth seafront, the Ash Hotel bed and breakfast is around a 5-minute walk from Exmouth Rail Station. Buses can be caught metres from the property, and there is free Wi-Fi throughout. With views of the town or the coast, rooms are simply decorated with plenty of storage space. Each comes with Freeview TV and facilities for making tea and coffee, as well as a bathroom with toiletries. Hairdryers and ironing facilities are available on request. A Continental breakfast is provided in the dining room, which benefits from picturesque sea views. A range of restaurants can be reached in 5 minutes or less on foot. It is a 10-minute walk to the World of Country Life, where you can see birds of prey and children can walk goats. Phear Park is less than 2 miles from Ash Hotel.
Located in Exmouth, Royal Beacon Hotel is a 2-minute drive from Exmouth Beach and 6 minutes from Devon Cliffs Beach. This hotel is 12.2 mi (19.7 km) from University of Exeter and 19.3 mi (31.1 km) from Dartmoor.
At Rohaven Bed & Breakfast, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Breken Guest House Hotel
Make yourself at home in one of the 8 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds (complimentary) are available on request.
Exmouth Country Lodge & Campsite - Hostel Hotel
Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Hotels in Exmouth
Exmouth is one of the most charismatic seaside resorts on England's illustrious south coast and is on the edge of the world-renowned Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The resort became popular with many wealthy holidaymakers by the Regency era, and benefited greatly from the construction of the railways in the Victorian era, which brought plenty of new business to the area.
Places of interest in Exmouth:
A la Ronde
This iconic Georgian landmark, which is now managed by the National Trust, contains 16 sides and offers excellent views of the coast. The building also features almost 25,000 shells, and numerous artefacts related to the European expeditions of the two Parminter cousins, Mary and Jane, who originally lived here.
The Exmouth Musuem
For some insight into the town's heritage and cultural development, visit the Exmouth Museum, which welcomes people of all ages. The venue also explores the role of the railways in transforming the settlement from a humble fishing community to a thriving resort, and contains a special Victorian kitchen and a 1950s-themed room.
Exmouth overlooks a glorious sandy beach that is adjacent to the Southwest Coast Path and extends for approximately 1.5 miles from the estuary of the Exe to Orcombe point to the east. The beach is popular with families during the summer school holidays, and is close to numerous restaurants, cafés and Exmouth hotels.
Where to dine in the town
If you're eager to try some divine, freshly prepared seafood dishes, consider dining at Les Saveurs at The Seafood Restaurant. For other delicious English dishes, head to the Beacon Vaults or the Abys restaurant, or choose the Redwing Bar and Dining in Lympstone for other tantalising British and European-inspired dishes.
Accommodation – suggested places to stay
You can say at the value-for-money, well-presented Premier Inn Exmouth Seafront, or consider the attractive Royal Beacon Hotel or the friendly, cosy Grade II Listed Barn Hotel. Other well-regarded hotels include The Dolphin Hotel, the Number 33 Exmouth Bed & Breakfast, and the Devencourt Resort & Apartments.
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