Exeter and East Devon

Exeter is referred to as the ‘Capital City’ of Devon, lively, contemporary and bursting with history. It has many fantastic visitor attractions and landmarks including Underground Passages, Museums, Ancient City ‘Roman’ Walls, Medieval Exe Bridge Ruins, Rougemount Gardens, St. Nicolas Priory and not forgetting the magnificent Exeter Cathedral.

Fancy a spot of shopping? Princesshay shopping precinct will fulfill all your shopping desires, it offers a mixture of high street shops, designer outlets, boutiques, leisure facilities and restaurants all within walking distance of Exeter Cathedral.

Exeter Quayside is a big favorite with locals and visitors alike, it is only a short walk from Exeter Cathedral, set on a beautiful canal, with plenty to see and do - antique shops, art exhibitions, local bars, lively waterside restaurants, Clip n’ Climb Centre, canal boat trips, pedalo and bike hire.

If you are seeking a little more sporting pursuits you can head to Sandy Park to watch the rugby, Crealy Adventure Park for a fun filled day out or Haldon Forest on the outskirts of Exeter, which is excellent for woodland walks & trials, bike rides or simply a relaxing picnic in the heart of the Devonshire countryside.

Just 10-miles from Exeter is The Jurassic Coast of Dorset and East Devon a 95-mile stretch of coastline. From its sandy beaches at Exmouth, pebble beaches in Branscombe and it’s dramatic cliffs, the whole family will be kept entertained for hours with swimming, surfing, rock pooling, sand castle making and windsurfing.