Quaint Villages Galore!
Full of charm, the villages and towns near Crealy Meadows allow you to enjoy and experience Devon life.
Towns and villages by the coast
Beer - A picturesque fishing village with stunning coastal walks and a fascinating past that includes smuggling, lace making and Beer stone.
Branscombe - One of the most relaxing and picturesque villages on the East Devon's Jurassic Coastline. Believed to be the longest village in the country, it sweeps down along a spectacular valley, past colourful cottages down to the sea.
Budleigh Salterton - A seaside town with an elegant atmosphere and a beach composed of unique pebbles.
Exmouth - There is so much to do in Exmouth, Devon’s oldest seaside town. With pleasure boat cruises from the harbour, two miles of sandy beaches, beautiful walks and excellent watersports, you will be spoilt for choice
Jurassic Coast - Stunningly beautiful, the Jurassic Coast reveals the Earth's story in unique geology, stretching back over 185 million years.
Seaton - Famous for its heritage tram railway, Seaton lies at the centre of the East Devon Jurassic Coast and is an excellent walking base for the South West Coast Path and East Devon Way.
Sidmouth - An elegant Regency town, Sidmouth has a genteel Jane Austenesque ambience. It also hosts the internationally famous Sidmouth Folk Week.
Topsham - With wonderful sunsets above the estuary, the picturesque port of Topsham boasts fine restaurants, eclectic specialist shops and a sophisticated atmopshere
Torquay – Torquay is part of the stunning English Riviera with a bustling waterfront.
Charming countryside towns and villages
Broadclyst - For beautiful countryside and woodlands look no further. Surrounded with charming thatched cottages, Broadclyst is set amidst the National Trust Killerton Estate.
Broadhembury - A well preserved medieval village situated between Cullompton and Honiton in part of the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with several historic buildings.
Ottery St Mary - Ottery St Mary is a exemplary example of a quaint Devon village, with the church often referred to as a “miniature Exeter Cathedral”. Totally enchanting!
Also within easy reach:
The Great Outdoors
Beautiful sandy beaches and waterfronts
Rugby, football and horse racing
A short hop from historic Exeter
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