|Exmouth is probably Britain's oldest seaside resort and sits at the mouth of the River Exe at the western end of the 95-mile World Heritage Jurassic Coast.|
It became a holiday destination back in the late 18th century when
its visitors included the poet Lord Byron.
The beach runs for two miles.
Nearby attractions include the unique 16-sided house ‘A la Ronde’, owned by the National Trust, which contains an Aladdin’s Cave of objects and artefacts.