Out and about around Budleigh Salterton

Heath Close was built in the 1920s and is a fine example of local Budleigh architecture. Situated on the outskirts of the town, with direct footpath access to the South West Coastal Path, Heath Close is the perfect base from which to explore East Devon.

Budleigh Salterton is an unspoilt seaside town, where the River Otter meets the sea, with a thriving high street full of individual and interesting shops.

Our beautiful pebble beach stretches for over a mile, and is fringed by the dramatic red cliffs which form part of the Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site.

Budleigh offers a wealth of things to do, whether you like to stroll along Marine Parade, drink coffee at the Longboat cafe, watch for rare birds on the River Otter estuary or make use of local cycleways and riding school.

Nearby, Otterton Mill offers a delicious range of home-cooked lunches and snacks and a chance to view work by local craftspeople. Hayes Barton, the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh is also nearby and the historic cathedral city of Exeter is but a short journey away.