Budleigh Salterton Attractions

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  • mardimarvel
    Budleigh Salterton, UK186 contributions
    This was a fantastic way to spend an afternoon, The first thing that strikes you on arriving is the beauty of the site, so peaceful in beautiful rolling hills. Then Alan takes you on a walk around the vineyard and tells you about how the vineyard came into being, and then all the detail of what goes into growing the grapes and making the wine. I thought I knew a bit about wine but I learned so much. The groups on the tour are quite small, so plenty of opportunity to ask questions. Then you get to try four of their wines and learn even more! There is a shop and a small cafe. A lovely place to visit, and I would love to go back for a glass of wine and a snack. A great spot to cycle or even walk to from Budleigh. Note however they only open Thursdays to Saturdays.
    Written 21 August 2022
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  • Lance H
    Budapest, Hungary27 contributions
    This charming museum, set in an attractive, thatched Regency house, is well worth a visit not only for its insight into local history but also for its temporary exhibitions. The Fairlynch Museum is staffed by volunteers who could not be more helpful and informative and engaging in conversation with them adds to the pleasure of any visit.

    In addition to the exhibition rooms, the Museum has a small gift shop with a wide range of products on sale to include an interesting selection of topical second hand books.
    Written 21 September 2022
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  • DAVIDMS20050
    Emsworth, UK1,282 contributions
    The first part of the walk from Otterton Milll is level and relaxing with great views of the River Otter . It is about three miles or slightly less. The last part just before the river disappears into the sea is spoilt at present by works on the nature reserve.
    Written 26 September 2022
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  • PopcornMonkeyReviews
    West Yorkshire, UK3,837 contributions
    Very beautiful views over the ocean, parking on the hill above the beach, we drove through and stopped for a great view over the water, would recommend.
    Written 26 December 2022
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  • Jedfal
    Budleigh Salterton, UK63 contributions
    The path climbs up out of town to finish high up at the Beacon.
    Great views up on top and a good pub (The Feathers) to rest up in once back down.
    Written 25 March 2021
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  • Louise M
    Knighton, UK260 contributions
    Very interesting geology/history. Didn't know about the fossilised roots in the rock until I visited here and walked past. This is part of the jurassic coastline.
    Written 5 July 2021
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  • Alan B
    4 contributions
    We called in for coffee and cake at Oak Lodge cafe at the riding stables. A lovely Welcome into this warm and inviting place, cake and coffee was great. Highly recommend.
    Written 9 October 2022
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  • Anne h
    13 contributions
    Very arty and food very good. Recommend coffee is an experience on it’s own. Relaxing and modern building.
    Written 24 July 2022
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  • phil
    Winchester, UK3 contributions
    I took a golfing group of 16 to stay and play at nearby Woodbury Park. A deluge of rain meant that (notoriously poor draining) course was closed and so their Pro managed, at short notice, to get us 4 tee times at East Devon GC snd we were NOT disappointed.

    Our group has been to over 70 UK venues over 25 years including top class clubs like Turnberry and Celtic Manor. East Devon is up there in the top 5-10. There are no disappointing holes and it’s a beautifully kept, undulating heathland course with some amazing sea views.

    There was a very warm welcome from the pro and the golf office, and the clubhouse was very smart.

    Yes, we played it on a cloudless October day with light winds so was at its best but If you’re in Devon, do not give this course a miss. For me, it had to be up there with Saunton Sands and Royal North Devon.
    Written 31 October 2021
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  • Tony D
    3 contributions
    On a walk from Exmouth to Budleigh Salterton and back. Used the coastal path to get there and wanted to find a different route back. Went to this tourist information centre and they could not have been more helpful. Told us about the disused railway line that is now a walking / bike route and provided a map and instructions to get to it. Charming and helpful people cannot praise them enough.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • johnahall
    Bristol, UK419 contributions
    We parked just by the Otter estuary and walked up the Otter and then on the costal path cutting inwards to Otterton and then back down the west side of the river. It was a very pretty walk with lots of birds to see on the otter and filed around it. You pay for parking. The paths are good and the village very attractive. The is a mill there where you can eat.
    Written 2 February 2015
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