Armishaws offer tailor-made Exmouth removals packages locally, internationally and across the UK. All our removals services includes;
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Exmouth’s population stands at 34,000 as calculated in the most recent, 2011 You.Gov census.
17 minutes from the M5 and 22 minutes to Exeter International Airport, Exmouth has excellent transport links. The town has a mainline train station with the fastest routes to London taking just under 3 hours.
Moving further afield? Armishaws offer Exmouth removals across the local area including;
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Your Exmouth removals are just the gateway to this fantastic and historic town. With a selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants here’s our pick of the best;
Offering ‘Dining with a difference’, the River Exe Café is a custom-built barge moored in the estuary, serving award winning seafood and locally sourced produce.
Gifts, jewellery, homeware, clothing and more, ShopDeadGorgeous is an Aladdin’s cave of needful things. A wonderful place to browse and find that something special.
Celebrating the tastes and flavours of Devon, this wonderful shop sells locally sourced fruit, veg, cheeses, honey, pickles juices and more. A taste sensation!
Looking for a unique talking point that will add a touch of local flavour to your new home? Anna Fitzgerald at Sea Dog Gallery is a top rate artist with a humorous touch.
Known as ‘the gateway to the Jurassic Coast’, the picturesque and historic town of Exmouth has links to pirates, smugglers and all kinds of colourful characters. Today the pretty town has a number of interesting buildings and points of interest, vibrant shops and some excellent restaurants and cafes that naturally specialise in local seafood.
If you’re heading out and about you really are spoilt for choice. There are a number of heritage walks and cycle paths as well as country trails to keep fit and enjoy the local area.
Exmouth’s golden sands offer a number of water sports including stand up paddle-boarding, kite surfing, kayaking and surfing if you’re feeling adventurous. If you prefer your pastimes at a gentler pace, there is a musical society, art groups, photography groups and a number of new crafts and skills to try your hand at.
Exmouth also has its own theatre and cinema, as well as a busy calendar of festivals and events throughout the year.
A short drive from the M5 and close to Exeter International Airport, Exeter offers direct trains to London Paddington. It also offers a gateway to the stunning Devon coast with ferries crossing the River Exe.