The beautiful resort of Exmouth marks the beginning of the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with beautiful promenades and a quaint old town area for you to explore
Visit the Grade II* listed Killerton House, lying close to Exeter in the Devonshire countryside. There has been a house on the site since 1610, yet the current building was constructed only as a temporary home while a grander residence was being built. The project was never finished and this temporary structure became the permanent family home. KIllerton has beautiful Grade II* listed gardens designed in the 1770s by John Veitch, an ice-house and Grade II* Bear’s Hut summerhouse, as well as surrounding parkland and woodland
Sidmouth & Donkey Sanctuary (£)
Explore the beautiful seaside resort of Sidmouth, nestled beneath the russet cliffs of the Jurassic Coast and famous for its beautiful Connaught Gardens and beach-side promenades. The old town has winding streets and quirky shops for you to explore as well as a more modern high street.
After our visit to Sidmouth we continue to the nearby Donkey Sanctuary, an international charity which transforms the lives of millions of donkeys worldwide each year
The Cavendish is 3-star rated and is situated in a prime location on Exmouth’s Esplanade. It offers ensuite bedrooms and a restaurant with a choice menu, as well as lounge, bar and entertainment room. There is lift access to all except the 4th floor, with some split levels.