Hotels in Exmouth

Looking for exciting seaside breaks in the UK? South Devon is one of the most popular destinations for family holidays, and our great-value Exmouth hotels are perfect for getting the most out of your stay. Enjoy some sun, sea and sand on Sandy Bay Beach, get a taste of local culture at top Devon attractions like the A La Ronde country house, and explore the great outdoors at popular spots like Orcombe Point. Plus, after enjoying all the best activities in Devon, we’ll be ready to welcome you back with our great-value Meal Deals, free Wi-Fi, and luxurious Hypnos beds.

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Places like Exmouth

Take a look at our hotels in Torquay and our hotels in Weymouth

Extend your UK short break by exploring other places like Exmouth nearby. Our Premier Inn hotels in Torquay are ideal for exploring local Devon attractions like Oddicombe Beach and the Babbacombe Cliff Railway. Or why not book a family holiday in Weymouth at one of our family friendly hotels nearby? 

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Things to do in Exmouth

Enjoy outdoor activities in Devon
From walking trails in Devon to visiting top attractions in Exmouth, you’ll find plenty to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Cyclists looking for biking trails in Exmouth will love riding the Exe Trail, while walkers can try the Exmouth to Lympstone hike. Plus, if you’re searching for things to do with the kids in Exmouth, don’t miss out on visiting the World of Country Life park. 

Sit back and relax on a beach 
Escaping to the beach is one of the most popular activities on holidays in Devon, and it’s ideal if you’re looking for the best free things to do in Exmouth, too. Picturesque spots like Sandy Bay Beach and Dawlish Warren Beach are ideal for family days out thanks to their golden sands and Blue Flag awards, and Exmouth Beach is another popular beach in Devon that’s great for water sports. 

Get a taste of culture in Devon
Culture lovers will have plenty of activities to enjoy on holidays in Devon. Visit top attractions in Exmouth like A La Ronde – a National Trust 18th century country house and gardens – and the popular Powderham Castle, before exploring the local Exmouth Museum. Plus, with events in South Devon ranging from sailing galas to family festivals, there’s all kinds of fun activities in Exmouth.

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What are the nearest train stations in Exmouth?

Exmouth train station is in the heart of the town centre, making it easy to get around Devon when you’re staying in one of our Exmouth hotels. Other train stations near Exmouth include Lympstone Village station, Lympstone Commando station and Exton station, all roughly a 10-minute drive away from Exmouth town centre.

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What are the nearest beaches in Exmouth?

You’ll find Exmouth Beach and the smaller Shelly Beach just a five-minute drive away from Exmouth town centre. Sandy Bay Beach – one of the most popular beaches in south east Devon – and Budleigh Salterton Beach are just a 15-minute drive away from Exmouth town centre, too.

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What type of beaches does Exmouth have?

Most of the beaches in Exmouth are either sand or sand and shingle beaches, and some like Exmouth Beach even offer a range of water sports like wind surfing and kayaking. If you’re looking for Blue Flag beaches in the UK to visit, then you’ll love popular beaches in Devon like Sandy Bay Beach and Dawlish Warren Beach.

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How many beaches are there in Exmouth?

You’ll have several great beaches near Exmouth to choose from. Exmouth Beach and Sandy Bay Beach are two of the most popular South Devon Beaches, but there’s also Dawlish Warren Beach on the other side of the River Exe, and Budleigh Salterton Beach just east of Sandy Bay.

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What are the best places to eat at in Exmouth?

You’ll be spoilt for choice when you’re looking for great places to eat in Exmouth. Enjoy great-value family meals at our Thyme restaurant near Exmouth seafront, or just a 20-minute drive away from Exmouth town centre, you’ll find our Countess Wear Beefeater and our Exeter Brewers Fayre.

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What are the best things to do in Exmouth at night?

There’s plenty of fun things to do in Exmouth in the evenings. Whether you’re enjoying a drink in one of our hotels in Exmouth or enjoying live performances at Devon venues like the Exmouth Pavilion, nightlife in Exmouth has something for everyone. 

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What family friendly activities can you do in Exmouth?

You’ll find all kinds of fun things to do with the kids in Exmouth. Visit top attractions in Devon like the World of Country Life, where you can enjoy fun family activities like riding the park’s safari train and feeding the animals. Plus, the Hawkridge Bird of Prey Centre is a great place to visit for exciting days out with the kids in Exmouth.

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What outdoor activities can you do in Exmouth?

You’ll have plenty of outdoor activities to choose from during Exmouth holidays. From wind surfing to kayaking, Exmouth beach has all kinds of water sports to try. If you’re looking for walking trails in Devon, don’t miss out on visiting Orcombe Point – a sculpture that marks the most Westerly point of the UK’s Jurassic Coast – or why not enjoy Exmouth cycling trails like the Exe trail during your short break?

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What indoor activities can you do in Exmouth?

Whatever the weather in Exmouth, there’s activities for all ages to enjoy. Enjoy everything from soft play areas to bowling alleys at Ocean in Exmouth – one of the most popular attractions in South Devon – before getting a taste of Devon’s history at top places to visit in Exmouth like A La Ronde and Exmouth Museum. Plus, if you fancy a spa weekend in Exmouth, there’s several relaxing spas in Devon to choose from.

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