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Fairwater Head Hotel
Hawkchurch
Axminster
Devon

EX13 5TX | View map
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If you're looking for a short-break, a room for the night or a romantic, intimate wedding venue, you'll find the Fairwater Head Hotel the perfect place to relax, entertain or dine in style.

Tucked away in peaceful open countryside and approached down leafy lanes of Hawkchurch - the village of roses‚ the Fairwater Head Hotel is a mere 4 miles from Axminster and 5 miles from Lyme Regis and the Jurassic coast - England's first natural World Heritage Site which covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from east Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth's history.

The Fairwater Head Hotel is the ideal location for touring or simply relaxing in the hotel's award winning gardens and restaurant. Discover the peace and tranquillity here that is unique to the Fairwater Head and together with the warm hospitality and superb food you will leave rested, relaxed & refreshed.

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Book now for a minimum stay of 2 nights or more between Wednesday 13th & Thursday 21st April inclusive (excludes 15th & 16th) and get a special rate of just £59 pppn for dinner, bed and breakfast

Offers posted Tue 12th Apr 2011

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