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The Old Dairy and Byre Cottage provide the ideal base to enjoy the natural beauty of East Devon, whatever the time of year. Nestling on the edge of the picturesque fishing village of Lympstone, we are perfectly placed to enjoy the stunning Devon coastline and its award-winning beaches, the historic city of Exeter, as well as the breath-taking Dartmoor National Park.
Lympstone village – we are just a short stroll to the centre of this thriving fishing village with its idyllic harbour. Situated on the shore of the Exe Estuary, appreciate stunning panoramic views from the edge of Exeter, over to Powderham Castle, Dawlish Warren and the open sea beyond. From here you can enjoy fabulous walks including the South West footpath, and the Exe Estuary wildlife.
Just on the Doorstep:
One of the oldest and most picturesque seaside towns in Devon with its two miles of golden sandy beach perfect for water sports enthusiasts, families and walkers. A thriving seaside town offering a wide variety of interesting shops, cafes and restaurants to enjoy all year round, Exmouth lies at the gate of the Jurassic Coast: East Devon’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The historic Cathedral City of Exeter sits at the head of the Exe Estuary just eight miles north of
Sidmouth lies on the Jurassic Coast in the middle of the East Devon AONB and is surrounded by spectacular scenery. This Georgian seaside town is steeped in royal and architectural history.
A charming, unspoilt seaside town of a bygone age, with a stretch of pebbly beach two miles long, flanked by colourful beach huts, and enjoying panoramas of the Jurassic coastline. Enjoy a rest or lunch in one of them any cafes or restaurants or enjoy passing time browsing in the many interesting shops.
The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage site dating back over 250 million years covering 95 miles of stunning coastline, rich in geological interest with spectacular scenery.
Set beside the River Otter in one of Devon’s most beautiful coastal valleys is this historic working watermill with café-restaurant, local food shop, craft shop and art gallery.
Exe Cycle Trail
An unforgettable experience for cyclists to enjoy stunning views of the estuary with its beautiful landscape and interesting wildlife. This
South West Coast Path
The longest National Trail in the country. The rich heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along this superb coastline are truly inspirational.
The perfect location to take part in top water-sports such as kite surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, SUP, wakeboarding and water-skiing.
National Trust Properties
A La Ronde: Don’t miss this
Killerton: Enjoy beautiful walks within one of Devon’s oldest estates. At its heart is a friendly Georgian house with stunning
First documented as a Roman settlement, this small picturesque town developed into a major British port and shipbuilding centre that in its
The East Devon Commons cover an area of heathland east of Exeter and inland of the coast. Extremely important as a wildlife habitat, they also provide an area of superb walking. The open spaciousness of the terrain and the views afforded from their relatively high elevation over the surrounding lowlands to the Exe Estuary and the sea mean that they are deservedly popular as a destination for walkers. Part of the Commons is crossed by the East Devon Way. This is a 38 mile/60km long