How To Get to Dawlish Warren

Travel By Car - Sat Nav: EX7 0NF
The easiest way to get to us is from the M5 / A303 roads. Leave the M5 at Junction 30, signposted A379 Dawlish. This will take you off of the M5 and towards the edge of Exeter. Continue to follow the signs for Dawlish A379 and you will come to Countess Weir, continue straight across this junction and you will come to another roundabout, at this one keep to your left and keep following the A379.

Once you have turned left at this junction, you stay on this road through the villages of Kenton and Starcross. After you leave Starcross continue around the bend where you should see Cockwood Harbour in front of you. DO NOT go across this bridge, it is not friendly to caravans crossing, instead keep going straight on towards Dawlish. You will go past Cofton Country Holidays and Lady's Mile holiday park and eventually you will come to an (old) Texaco garage on your left. Turn left just before here  into Warren Road, this will take you towards the Warren and your destination.

Travel By Bus
Stagecoach run buses into Dawlish, Exeter, Newton Abbot and Torquay (dependent upon date & time of travel). From any of these locations you can catch a bus to Dawlish / Dawlish Warren. As of 2019 Dawlish Warren is served by nos. 22 and 222 (open top) buses. Stagecoach website here.

Travel By Train
Dawlish Warren has its own station, please ensure that your train will stop here. The main station at Exeter is St. Davids. Most of the accomodation is located a short walk away from the station, if you head away from the Beach you will come to the main road, most accomodation is then to your right, along the Warren Road.  Are you a Great Westerner?

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Travel by Plane

Exeter Airport is just outside Exeter.  It is International so you can fly in from many countries!

Travel By Cycle
Dawlish Warren is on the South West Coast Path and this is used regularly by cyclists. It is great ride from Exeter to Powderham along the river path, then along the lanes through Starcross and Cockwood to Dawlish Warren. The route, Exe Estuary Cycle Trail, forms part of National Cycle Network Route 2.

Here are some websites with detailed guides to help you plan your route: