The Ashton Court Hotel is situated on Louisa Terrace, part of the towns historic Beacon where many notable people chose to make their homes during Exmouth’s Georgian heyday. The prime position provides the hotel with a spectacular outlook over the Exe Estuary and the beautiful coastline towards Torbay, the hotel is also conveniently close to the town centre and central gardens with the popular bandstand. All bedrooms are en-suite, centrally heated and tastefully decorated with television and tea/coffee making facilities, a lift services all main floors. Exmouth Since the Regency period when seaside holidays became fashionable, people have been coming to Exmouth to enjoy the scenery on the East Devon coast, where the River Exe joins the sea. With a two mile stretch of soft golden sands, tree lined promenade and beautifully tailored gardens, a relaxing stroll “along the prom” is always a joy. History shows Exmouth was one of the first coastal resorts in Devon and there’s plenty to bring the past to life in Exmouth.
Your holiday will include return coach transport , accommodation, breakfast, evening meal, various entertainment plus two included excursions. The first excursion will take you into the beautiful East Devon resorts of Seaton & Sidmouth plus !!!!!!
Something a little different:- ( April until October) During the Spring /Summer months brochure tours to Exmouth will include a trip down memory lane with a journey on the “Tivertonian” one of the last remaining horse-drawn barges in the UK. This beautiful horse-drawn barge offers a truly unique and memorable experience of yesteryear, during this special journey you will hear memorable tales, anecdotes, historical facts and experience the peace and tranquillity of travelling by horse-drawn barge. This spectacular two and a half hour canal journey into the past will be something to remember and tell your friends about for years to come. Please note:- Tours during the low season months outside of the dates listed will include a second excursion to the City of Exeter and the seaside resort of Dawlish to replace the canal trip.