Exmouth is the gateway to the Jurassic Coast, and the home of many water sports. There is something to do and see for all the family, from spending the day on the beach enjoying an ice-cream (or two!) whilst watching the kite surfers skim across the bay, to cycling along the Exe Estuary Trail.


The trail meanders through the picturesque village of Lympstone and continues all the way to Exeter, and if you fancy a challenge you can even go as far as Dawlish. For a catch up with friends, there are many cafes and pubs to choose from.  The marina, in the final phase of being completed, is already an attractive place to while away the hours for boat lovers.


The mouth of the River Exe (hence the name Exmouth) boasts arguably some of the most dramatic views along the south coast of Devon, with its two mile long beach, and Devon cliffs there is always something to see, be mother nature and the storms or the boating fraternity.


As for day to day living, everything is on your doorstep, from a variety of primary schools and Exmouth College, to the branch train line to Exeter, shops and supermarkets. The only issue you will have if moving in to Exmouth from outside of the area, is where are all your guests going to stay, as once they find out where you are they’ll come flocking.