Ideally positioned to enjoy all Devon has to offer
Cathedral city of Exeter, sandy beaches, coastal paths, and Dartmoor
Lower Thornton Farm is located in the heart of the West Country famous for clotted cream teas, cider, rolling hills and rich red sandstone soil. The nearby historic Cathedral City of Exeter offers a wide range of activities, and with plently of sandy beaches including Exmouth and Dawlish Warren, coastal paths and the bird watching on the Exe Estuary there is plently to see and do.
Out & About in Devon
Exeter is packed with things to see and do. Why not visit the Cathedral, explore the Quay, the Underground Passages or the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery.
You can take your pick between the sandy beaches of Dawlish Warren, Exmouth, and Teignmouth which are all wonderful locations for picnics, swimming and beach games.
Dartmoor is famous for its wide open spaces, the tors, Dartmoor Prison, Bronze Age archaeology, ponies, Sherlock Holmes, myths and legends!
Powderham Castle has a unique picturesque setting an ancient deer park and wonderful cafe and farm shop just beside the Exe estuary. It's one of Devon's oldest family homes.
The South West Coast Path is England's longest waymarked long-distance footpath. It stretches for 630 miles, and runs along the lenght of Devon's south coast on its way to Dorset.
Killerton is an 18th-century house in Broadclyst, Exeter, which, with its hillside garden, estate and cafe, has been owned by the National Trust since 1944 and is open to the public.
The Exe Estuary is a terrific place to explore with miles of safe walking. cycling trails, bird watching and boat trips around the entire estuary which offer some spectacular views.
Explore 3,500 acres of woodland with wonderful views of Exeter. Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park.