Welcome to Coast Path Bed & Breakfast. Accommodation in Otterton, East Devon.

Coast Path B & B 22 Bell St Otterton EX9 7HS

CORONAVIRUS - Due to the current risk of Coronavirus transmission and upon Government advice, we are are not taking bookings at this time. We would be pleased to hear from you in the future. Thank you for your understanding. Valerie.

Welcome to the Coast Path Bed & Breakfast in Otterton, East Devon, just a half mile walk from the South West Coast Path and in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on the Jurassic Coast.

"A wonderful place to stay."
Lawrence Pearse

For information, availability and charges, please call us on 01395 567528, 07432 137394 or email us here. Plan your staycation now! Bookings being taken. We look forward to hearing from you.

Holiday, business, special occasion or family visit? We offer self-contained accommodation, in a twin or double bedroom configuration, with ensuite shower, lavatory and wash basin. The non-smoking accommodation is bright, comfortable and has its own independent entrance, seating/relaxation area and TV, with breakfast being served in the main house. Picnic/Packed lunches can be provided upon advance request. non-smoking bed & breakfast accommodation in otterton east devon

Otterton is a small East Devon village, set in its own valley which runs south to meet the sea at Budleigh Salterton. The charms of its thatched cottages, village green and working water mill are obvious to all. It is truly a picture postcard, chocolate box village with much to offer visitors and residents alike. Also convenient for Ladram Bay.

Historically, Otterton was in fact a coastal port! In 1540 the area was described as "a pretty fishing town...with ships using this haven..." Indeed, the hill that overlooks Otterton is called Anchoring Hill, a name believed to have derived from the days Otterton was considered a safe haven for shipping. 

For eating and drinking in Otterton, The Kings Arms is situated in the centre of the village and Otterton Mill is an established bakery, cafe-restaurant, local food shop, gift and craft shop and art gallery. As well as being a fully working water mill, it also hosts live music and other seasonal and wildlife-related events.

single b&b accommodation ottertonThe village also has its own Community Shop offering a wide range of everyday items, hot and cold snacks and beverages, a selection of wines and beers and a choice of locally sourced bread, cakes, vegetables and meats and cheeses.

There is unlimited walking, horse riding and biking almost from the doorstep on woodland, heathland footpaths and bridleways overlooking the fantastic scenery of the South West Coast. The heathland and local river estuaries at Budleigh Salterton and Exmouth are a haven for birdwatchers and include specialist RSPB sites.

Exmouth’s 2 mile long sandy beach is a favourite for families and also for riders, sailors, windsurfers and kite surfers alike and the local reservoir, rivers Otter and Exe and sea ports offer freshwater, coarse and deep water fishing.

holiday bed and breakfast in otterton devonPlease contact us with your planned dates for staying in our lovely village. Our Tariff is available upon request.

50% deposit payable on booking and balance payable in advance.
Preferred payment by BACS or cheque – please note we do not take credit or debit cards.
Please take out holiday insurance as we cannot guarantee to refund any money already paid.

Please let us know if you have any particular interests that we can help you with - we have lots of knowledge of the locality to help you get the best out of your visit.

Call 01395 567528 or 07432 137394.

"A wonderful place to stay. Clean and spacious with wonderful breakfasts too. And some nice added touches such as fresh milk in the fridge and lovely cake that was replaced every day. Valerie herself was a delightful host for whom nothing was too much trouble. A great spot to stay with a super village pub for dinner and a lovely walk along the river to the coast at Budleigh Salterton. Thoroughly recommended." Lawrence Pearse.