Budleigh Salterton


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Tel code: 01395 | code search
Postcode: EX9 | code search
Population: 4740
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devilís Stone

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Otterton Mill
"Great attraction, like stepping back in time. We met the Millers who handed us warm, freshly ground flour, delicious. The food we had in the restuarant was excellent, very fresh ..." More

Taj Mahal
"Was on holiday down in Budleigh and booked up for an indian meal. Upon arrival I didn't think much to the exterior/funiture but the food..WOW, probably the best indian meal ..." More

Pooh Cottage Holiday Park
"Overcrowded, noisy, dirty. Nice location

Date visited: 03/08/2009 ..." More

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Budleigh Salterton is a beautiful town on the East Devon coast which offers its visitors a quiet, peaceful and relaxing experience. Many of the elegant buildings are Georgian and Regency and it is the word ďEleganceĒ That immediately springs to mind when one thinks of Budleigh Salterton. Even its sporting pursuits are refined with opportunities to enjoy golf, bowls and croquet. Continue the elegance theme with a visit to the Fairlynch Museum housed in a thatched cottage in the centre of the town. Alongside the exhibits on local and natural history are exhibitions on costume and lace. Marine Parade is a lovely pedestrian walk down to the river Otter where the pebble beach is excellent for strong swimmers. For those up to the climb, the view of Budleigh and the surrounding area from the top of the red sandstone cliffs is spectacular and really not to be missed. Despite its unspoilt dignity, Budleigh Salterton is not a place likely to bore its guests easily. It offers excellent shopping with fine restaurants and cafes for dining. Accommodation has it all too ranging from luxury hotels, to caravan parks and campsites. Holiday makers and day-trippers alike can even rent a beach hut.


C M C Financial Services Ltd
Saxby & Sinden Ltd
Thompson Jenner


Bicton Park Botanical Gardens
Fairlynch Arts Centre & Museum
Lee Ford Gardens
Otter Estuary Nature Reserve
Otterton Mill


Pooh Cottage Holiday Park


Budleigh Salterton Medical Centre

Estate Agent

Bradleys Estate Agents
Fulfords Estate Agents
Homenet Devon
Palmers Estate Agents
Rhys David & Co

Golf Club

East Devon Golf Club

Pub and Bar

King William IV
Kings Arms
Rolle Arms
Salterton Arms

Sir Walter Raleigh
The Feathers


A Slice of Lyme
Britannia Inn & Restaurant
Butlers Pantry
Gardinerís Restaurant
Taj Mahal


Symes Robinson & Lee




Corner House Veterinary Surgery

Sports Clubs

Budleigh Salterton (Amateur Football)


Amazing Blooms @ Florist
Bennett & Rogers
Isca Gallery
Orchard Wholefoods
The Garden Shop
Fancy That
Coles & Sons Butchers
The Otterton Mill Bakery
The Crusty Rolle

Lawn Bakery
The Creamery
High Street Fruit & Veg
Brook Gallery

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The Long Range Hotel (0.61 miles)

The Long Range Hotel
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The Long Range Hotel is a family run hotel and the longest established hotel in Budleigh Salterton. It is just four/five minutes walk from the sea and picturesque ... More
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Syon House (1.74 miles)

Syon House
Syon House is an elegant Georgian home sympathetically restored now offering guests luxury boutique hotel accommodation to explore the beautiful East Devon and Jurassic coast. Very conveniently close to good road network enabling guests to ... More | visit website
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Exmouth B&B (3.45 miles)

Exmouth B&B

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Elegantly restored Edwardian house, situated a few minutes level walk from town and beach. Superbly appointed double bedrooms with all the comforts you could wish for. 4 ... More

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The Swallows Guest House (3.56 miles)

The Swallows Guest House
The Swallows is a late Georgian house situated in an attractive residential area. Seafront and beach are within 300 yards of the house, and Exmouth town centre and station is just a 5 minute easy ... More | visit website
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Manor Hotel (3.74 miles)

Manor Hotel
The Manor Hotel is a family run hotel and is in a enviable position situated on Exmouth's historic Regency Beacon. The Manor Hotel is just a few houses away from the former residence of Lady ... More | visit website
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Imperial Hotel (3.80 miles)

Imperial Hotel
Retaining all the character and charm of a building typical of this period,The Imperial Hotel boasts the Victorian style Raleigh Restaurant, lounge area and an outdoor swimming pool. Designed by the son of Sir Charles ... More | visit website
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Cavendish (3.94 miles)


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This delightful hotel is wonderfully situated on the level seafront next to Exmouth's fine golden sands, a few minutes' walk from the shops. All 76 rooms have central heating, bath ... More

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Shippon Bed and Breakfast (4.02 miles)

Shippon Bed and Breakfast
A Shippon was originally a farm building used to house livestock. Our Shippon was converted in about 1980 to a family home and still has a smaller barn in the grounds which we intend to ... More | visit website
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Ash Hotel (4.13 miles)

Ash Hotel
Ash Hotel is on the sea front, overlooking Exmouth beach, close to the marina and is only 5 minutes walk from Exmouth town centre & train/bus station. All rooms are beautifully decorated, spotlessly clean and comfortable. Choice ... More | visit website
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Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club (4.23 miles)

Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club

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It is our aim to offer you a great hotel in a fantastic location with service and standards to make your business life simpler and your leisure break more relaxed. ... More | visit website

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