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Combe House is ideally situated close to many beautiful beaches in East Devon. We have put together a little information about each. Great to take your dog for a stroll, but just checkout if there are any restrictions first.

World famous for its abundance of fossils and one of the best fossil collecting locations in the south west. Dogs are not permitted on West Beach between 1st May and 30th Sept, at any time, or East Beach between 1st July and 31st Aug, 10am to 6pm.

Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis boasts immense character and breathtaking scenery, with fine views towards Golden Cap. The unspoilt seafront with sheltered south-facing beaches provides a perfect environment in which children can play and adults relax in the traditional deckchairs that still line the promenade in summer. Between 1 April and 31 October no dogs on Lyme Regis's front beach and on leads for rest of year.

Seaton's long spacious pebble beach, approximately one-mile-long. Esplanade affords splendid cliff views east into Dorset and west to Beer Head. If swimming, beware currents near Axmouth. As a traditional family resort, Seaton has ample facilities and is easily accessed. The electric tram ride to historic Colyton via the Axe Valley Nature Reserve is a special attraction. There are dog restrictions between May 1 to Sept 30.

East Devon’s most charming fishing village. Fishing boats are winched up on the pebble beach next to the deck chairs, lobster pots and swimmers. Buy fresh fish and shellfish on the spot; take a fishing or a pleasure trip in a Beer boat. The Quarry Caves were started by the Romans, the stone being used for St. Paul’s and various other monumental buildings. Guided tours tell the history of the caves, including the lives of smugglers, fishermen, lace makers and quarrymen. Dog ban on western part of beach May 1 to September 30.

Branscombe boasts about two miles of long, gently sloping pebble beach. Uncommercialised and uncrowded, popular with families. Branscombe's long, easily accessed shingle beach with its thatched restaurant is complemented by one of Devon's most attractive villages. The beach as well as Branscombe's working watermill, old bakery and unique thatched forge are maintained by the National Trust. Dog restrictions apply on beach in front of café from May 1 to September 30.

Popular Regency seaside resort for leisurely walks along the promenade, with shopping in quaint individual shops and tea houses. Look out for Jacobs Ladder beach and café. Approximately a mile long, fairly sheltered. Mainly pebbles, occasionally sandy when tide recedes. Dog restriction apply May 1 to Sept 30.

Ladram Bay
A predominantly pebbly beach with sand and rock pools at low tide, Ladram Bay has good facilities in the adjacent holiday park and easy access. Boating and diving are popular here due to the steep waterline and the red sandstone sea stacks, home to many nesting gulls, are a special feature. Dog ban April 1 to September 30.

Budleigh Salterton
Situated in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the coast of glorious East Devon, the spectacular red cliffs of Budleigh and neighbouring Exmouth form the majestic beginning of the Jurassic Coast. Budleigh Salterton town centre with its unique selection of shops, most of which are still independently owned, is only a short walk from the sea front. Dog restrictions apply from May 1 to September 30.

With 3km of golden sands overlooking the estuary, excellent facilities and traditional entertainments such as donkey rides and Punch and Judy, Exmouth remains very popular with families. Boat trips along the coast and up the Exe are a special feature. Please note parts of the beach are not safe for swimming. Heed warning notices. Dog restrictions apply from May 1 to September 30.
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