The views in this part of the world are absolutely breathtaking. Incredible sunrises, sunsets, and sensational scenery. We are surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty.
On a clear night here the sky bursts with the most incredible blanket of stars.
The sky in this part of the world is so unpolluted by ambient light, sitting in the hot tub looking up to the sky, you are very likely to see a shooting star or two.
We are surrounded by a number of amazing walking routes of varying terrain and difficulty.
There are walks that go through enchanting woodland, across the cliff tops, and around the coastline, all with incredible views and most walks will lead you to the beach.
Whatever you're looking for we are sure you will be able to find a walk that suits you.
Just next door to us we have The Donkey Sanctuary headquarters; Hundreds of donkeys, free entry for all and open 365 days a year.
There are a number of villages with beaches nearby and even a few secret secluded ones if you know where to look!
Jacobs ladder and Connaught Gardens are beautiful tourist attractions here.
Sidmouth is a regency town and a tourist resort surrounded by the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.
Every year it hosts the Sidmouth Folk Festival where the whole town opens up to thousands of people around the world to sing and dance in the streets and along the beach to folk music.
The longest village in the UK, picturesque with thatched cottages with warm and welcoming pubs. There are a number of National Trust areas here including The Forge, the Bakery and the Mill. Branscombe also happens to have its own private airfield! Branscombe beer festivals are held each year at The Masons Arms and The Fountain Head pubs. Branscombe was made famous when a cargo ship called the Napoli washed up onto its shores in 2007.
You can take a nice walk over the cliff from Branscombe to Beer, a quaint fishing village with a couple of great pubs.
An old Roman city with a beautiful Cathedral and places to eat next to the river Axe - great for shopping and going to museums.
Exmouth and Lyme Regis are great days out, both offer sandy beaches, lovely shops and places to eat.
Midlands and North:
Exit the M5 Southbound at jct 30 for the A3052 Sidmouth, Lyme Regis road. Passing the village of Sidmouth, head up the hill after Sidford. Taking the second right follow signposts for The Donkey Sanctuary & Stoneleigh Holiday Village.
London and East:
Leave the A30 at Honiton and follow signs for Sidmouth, when you reach Sidford turn left at the traffic lights and follow signs for Donkey Sanctuary & Stoneleigh Village.
The nearest station is Honiton
The nearest airport is Exeter