Miles of unspoilt coastline for you to enjoy, by foot, by car or by boat!
Recently becoming Britain's first Natural World Heritage Site, the 95 mile stretch of coastline from Exmouth to Swanage is one of the more important earth science sites in the world and its wonderful natural beauty contains many renowned features of tremendous significance to the geological history of the world.
Budleigh Salterton lies at the western end, the oldest part of the Jurassic Coast. The more notable features of this section of The Jurassic Coast are the pebble beds and the magnificent red sandstone cliffs, which, at nearby Ladram Bay, are fashioned into dramatic sea stacks.
A few miles to the east coastal landslides have created Undercliff areas at Beer and Lyme Regis, which are quite unique in the U.K. for their geological form and natural habitat.
We provide guests with binoculars in each bedroom, from where it is possible to see as far as Start Point at Brixham on the far side of Torbay.