Salterton is an area of outstanding natural beauty full of old world charm,
its fantastic red cliffs and beautiful walks are a paradise for nature enthusiasts,
take a walk along the River Otter and discover numerous types of birds and
wildlife galore. The town has been made famous by such classic literary
giants as Noel Coward and in more recent years, P.G. Wodehouse and not forgetting
that by the old sea wall is where Sir John Millais painted his famous 'Boyhood
village of East Budleigh is well worth a visit, just outside it is Hayes
Barton the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh. The village church is rich
in history with pew carvings dated amongst the earliest in the country,
this and the old thatched vicarage where he was taught remain virtually
unchanged. From here you can take in the magnificent scenery and walk
across the cliffs to Exmouth or Ladram Bay and Sidmouth.
has some fascinating and interesting shops, mostly locally owned, so you'll
be sure of a warm welcome and you'll find you are spoilt for choice when
it comes to eating out. Budleigh Salterton has a number of small hotels as well as a number of family-run guest houses
and cosy B & B's along with self catering cottages and flats.
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