Located in Exmouth, Devon

This single-storey apartment is situated in the coastal Devon town of Exmouth and can sleep two people in one bedroom.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: No


Peonies is a neat ground-floor apartment in the Devon seaside town of Exmouth. The apartment sleeps two people in one double bedroom which can convert to a twin, plus shower room. On the same level is a sitting room with electric fire and dining area and a galley style kitchen. Outside is a sunny terraced garden with furniture and a barbecue. Two miles from the sea, Peonies is a handy base for an interesting Devon break.

Property Details

This smart ground floor apartment is situated on the edge of Exmouth. Attached privately to the friendly owners’ bungalow, it is an excellent accommodation for a couple to explore the area. Your own gate leads down a path and steps to the porch into the neat sitting room with cosy electric fire and dining area. The galley kitchen is an efficient space in which to prepare meals. After busy days, you will sleep well in the double bedroom with pretty furnishings and a glimpse of the sea. On sunny days, sit out in your sheltered terraced garden behind, complete with outdoor furniture and barbecue. The apartment is just half a mile walk from National Trust A la Ronde and just over a mile from the estuary with its cycle trail for walking or cycling. The lovely seafront is about two miles away, where you can stroll, swim and enjoy all the traditional seaside fun. For more activities, there are opportunities for sailing, windsurfing, bird watching and golf. You can take the ferry to Starcross or explore the cathedral city of Exeter. With so much to do and see in the area, Peonies is a splendid base all on one level.


Cot Available
Downstairs facilities
High Chair
Linen and Towels
Off road parking
Washing machine


Area Details


Exmouth is one of the oldest seaside towns in Devon. It is a vibrant, bustling town with its very own indoor market, a range of local shops, several pubs including the Grove, offering a range of traditional ales, great food and fantastic sea views from their garden. It has several restaurants, including a fish restaurant on the seafront, The Rockfish. Exmouth is the Gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast with miles of sandy beach, being very popular with young families. For those water enthusiasts kayaking, kite and windsurfing are just a few of the water sports available or for those wanting to take in the breathtaking views along the Jurassic Coast then the South West Coast passes here as does the Blue Plaque Heritage Trail as well as the life-size Dinosaur trail for the children. Those wishing to explore by bike you can pick up the Exe Estuary Cycle trail here to Dawlish taking in lots of Wildlife spots, cafes and shops along the way. If you fancy a relaxing way of taking in the sights of the beautiful coastline then a daily cruise is the way to go and for the nature-loving enthusiasts then Exmouth has one of the largest Nature Reserves in Devon and is wildlife hotspot for birds migrating here for the winter.

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