You’ve arrived in Exmouth, a port town and seaside resort situated in Devon, South West England. It finds itself on the east bank of the mouth of the River Exe – from which this area gets its name.
Eleven miles away is the county town of Exeter, although you don’t have to go that far for an Afternoon Tea in Exmouth. Indeed, if this is to your taste, you’ve undoubtedly chosen exceptionally well.
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The history of Exmouth dates back several centuries. It wasn’t until the 1400s, however, that significant development took place. Perhaps most famously, it was here that Sir Walter Raleigh set sail on many of his voyages.
The town was also attacked by “Turkish pirates” (actually Algerian rovers), who raided the Devon and Cornwall coastlines during the 1700s.
Exmouth as we know it today was established around this time, and is regarded as the oldest holiday resort in the county. Notable visitors included Lady Byron and her daughter, Ada Lovelace, while one famous resident was Lady Nelson, the estranged wife of Lord Nelson.
Tourism has played a key role ever since, which now includes several Afternoon Tea Exmouth venues.