Coach House Farm | Self Catering Exeter Accommodation Devon
The Coach House Farm Exeter accommodation, close to Killerton House and ideally situated for exploring Devon, especially East Devon, Exeter and the South West Coast Path.
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Surrounding Area

The Coach House Farm is ideally located for exploring Devon and the West Country.

If you enjoy walking, there are many routes available including a footpath that can be joined from opposite the entrance to the Coach House and runs between Politmore, the village of Broadclyst and Killerton house and gardens. It covers much of the Killerton estate. Also within the estate is Ashclyst Forest, an ideal dog-walking spot.


Further afield the South West Coast Path, runs from Dorset along Devon’s southern coastline into Cornwall and back along the North Devon coast to Exmoor. Dartmoor is also a favourite for locals and visitors alike – its imposing tors and striking scenery are an impressive sight.


Family attractions such as Crealy Great Adventure Park, Powderham Castle, World of Country Life and Bicton Park are within a short drive and the fossil hunting beaches of the Jurassic coast are also close by.

The Devon Coasts.

The Jurassic Coast in East Devon incorporates the picturesque fishing villages of Beer and Branscombe, and the regency town of Sidmouth with shopping, dining, formal gardens and a great spot for fish & chips on the beach.


Further afield, the sandy beaches of south Devon are a popular draw and the north coast can be a nice trip out, especially for a day’s surfing or sightseeing.


Enjoy beautiful stretches of the South West Coast Path, either by a circular route or by catching the bus to or from a starting point. Beer to Branscombe is a great example of a route with a connecting bus service.

The City of Exeter.

The historic cathedral and university city of Exeter is just 7 miles from Broadclyst and offers excellent shopping, entertainment, sightseeing, and dining.


Try a Red Coat guided tour or visit the restaurant and craft shops on the Quayside. There are also many events all year round such as the Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink in the spring.


For those not wishing to drive into Exeter centre, there are frequent buses from the village of Broadclyst. The footpath to the village is a nice walk on a dry day, or do an unofficial park and ride by parking in the village and catching the Stagecoach 1 bus – you’ll find timetables in the cottage.

Want to find out more?

For more about the county and ideas on what to do while you’re here, go to

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