Sidmouth, Devon, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Sidmouth

Hotel
28br Hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
Located at the heart of Sidmouth’s Esplanade, The Elizabeth is in an unsurpassed position overlooking the red sandstone cliffs of the World Heritage Coast. The majority of our 28 bedrooms offer stunning views over Lyme Bay, many have balconies or large picture windows. All rooms have en-suite facilities, flat screen TV, radio, telephone, and refreshments tray. Our lift provides access to all floors and free wi-fi is available throughout the building. We have a comfortable sunny south facing lounge and bar with direct access onto our private flower filled patio. Guests can enjoy complimentary morning coffee and afternoon tea, or maybe a lunchtime snack or early evening drink. **Please note car parking is not guaranteed**
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Excellent
48 reviews
3br 4-star Hotel
  • Wifi
Property Location With a stay at Southcroft - BB in Sidmouth, youll be on the riverwalk and close to Sidmouth Beach and The Donkey Sanctuary. This 4-star bed breakfast is within the region of Devons Crealy Adventure Park and A La Ronde.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 3 guestrooms featuring DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and clock radios, and you can also request irons/ironing boards.Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor tennis court, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining A complimentary English breakfast is included.
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65br 4-star Hotel
  • Swimming Pool
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Overall description 24-hour room service and free Wi-Fi are just some of the great things you'll find at The Victoria Hotel, an excellent solution for guests looking for Sidmouth spa hotels that are on the waterfront. The Victoria Spa is the place to be for rest and relaxation, offering Ayurvedic treatments, aromatherapy, massages and facials. You will be spoilt for choice in terms of food at this 4-star Sidmouth hotel as the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, so you are sure to find something tasty to tempt your palate. If you want low-key dining options, you will be pleased to find barbecue grills and a snack bar/deli. Unwind with some laps as this hotel features an indoor pool. Outfitted with a bar/lounge, you'll find the perfect place to have a drink. Additional leisure facilities include an arcade/game room. Knowledgeable staff are available at the front desk 24 hours-a-day and can provide tour/ticket assistance. Other amenities include gift shops/newsstands, an elevator (lift) and a garden. Cancellation policy Free cancellation up until 1 day before check-in (2014/10/23 - 23:59). Late cancellations are possible and are subject to a penalty equal to the amount of 1 night. No shows are charged 100% of the stay. Service fees The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out. Breakfast fee: GBP 18 for adults and GBP 12.00 for children (approximately) The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change. Breakfast A full breakfast is served between 8:00 AM and 10:00 AM for a fee.
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40br 3-star Hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
If Sidmouth is referred to as the 'Jewel of the Westcountry', then Westcliff must be the 'Jewel of Sidmouth'. With so much more to offer, we welcome everyone to come and enjoy good food, great service and incredible views over the sea. Our restaurant, overlooking the bay, is open every day for breakfast and dinner. The terrace is usually open from Easter until the end of September, where in warm weather, you can enjoy drinks and bar food at lunchtime and evening sun downers from the bar.
Hotel
50br 4-star Hotel
  • Wifi
Offering direct access to the beach, this Sidmouth hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from Sidmouth Beach and 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from The Donkey Sanctuary. Bicton Park Botanical Gardens and Escot Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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    Moores' has three bed and breakfast rooms – one double en-suite shower room and one twin room and double room which share a bathroom. All rooms have the basic requirements for a comfortable stay. The twin room has space for either a camp bed or a travel cot for a child up to 12. Downstairs is our family run fine dining restaurant which is open Tuesday - Saturday evenings and Tuesday - Sunday lunch. You are more than welcome to dine with us but as we are only small please do mention at time of booking. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
    Hotel
    65br 3-star Hotel
    • Wifi
    • Swimming Pool
    • Parking
    Sidmouth is a town of timeless charm. Beautiful gardens, regency history, clean beaches and friendly shops..... it's all here in this lovely seaside town, nestling beneath the majestic red cliffs of the Jurrasic Coast and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The Victoria Hotel stands proudly at the western end of the Esplanade in 5 acres of manicured grounds offering truly glorious views. Recalling the grand traditions of lavish resort hotels, from the magnificent gardens to the sumptuous rooms, the Victoria's outstanding reputation is richly deserved.
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      Moores' has three bed and breakfast rooms – one double en-suite shower room and one twin room and double room which share a bathroom. All rooms have the basic requirements for a comfortable stay. The twin room has space for either a camp bed or a travel cot for a child up to 12. Downstairs is our family run fine dining restaurant which is open Tuesday - Saturday evenings and Tuesday - Sunday lunch. You are more than welcome to dine with us but as we are only small please do mention at time of booking. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
      Hotel
      37br 3-star Hotel
      • Pets Allowed
      One of the first Regency houses to be built on the seafront in Sidmouth was Wallis’s Marine Library and Reading Rooms. This was the early nineteenth-century meeting place for Sidmouth’s fashionable summer visitors. Between 1815 and 1845 the building was enlarged, and by 1865 it had become the Bedford Hotel. It’s now a Grade II* listed building and the pride of the Pyne family. Located at the heart of Sidmouth’s seafront means many rooms boast breathtaking panoramic views across Lyme Bay. With the beach just in front, the town right behind and attractive gardens all around, there is much to do within easy reach of The Bedford. All forty bedrooms are individually furnished, have flat screen televisions and en suite facilities. The hotel is centrally heated throughout and there is lift access to all floors. Accommodation is tailored to meet your needs not our convenience; single, double, twin and family rooms are available. As you would expect, the hotel also has comfortable lounges and offers a wide selection of good food and wine in a choice of attractive surroundings. Limited car parking is available at the rear of and around the hotel. A large public car park is conveniently opposite the hotel. Devon produces a wealth of food and many of our ingredients in the varied menus are home grown on the family farm ensuring fresh succulent vegetables and free range eggs. If you’d like a light lunch, snack or an evening a la carte meal, visit Pyne’s at The Bedford for a more informal atmosphere. With glorious views across Lyme Bay, Pyne's at The Bedford offers a choice of eating styles. The menus are prepared using fresh West Country produce and includes traditional seaside favourites, speciality fish and daily specials. Speciality Curry night every Wednesday, Pie Night every Thursday and traditional roasts served Sunday lunch times and evenings. Open 7 days a week for morning coffee, lunch and evening meals.
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      Bedroom
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      The SpaceClean cosy and comfortable double bedroom with modern ensuite wet room. Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided and we have recently made some changes so that now guests can now help themselves to a continental breakfast of toast, croissants, juices, fruit, yoghurt and cereals in the room itself whenever they choose. Guests have exclusive access to their own fridge, hot water dispenser and toaster. There is also a Nespresso coffee maker and Dualit milk heater/frother in the room, as well as a range of different strength caffeinated and decaffeinated Nespresso capsules. Guest AccessAccess to small private patio area with table and chairs. Dedicated parking space available outside the garage close to the room. Interaction with GuestsWe try to be here to greet guests when they arrive and only on the odd occasion might we need to leave a key out instead (full communication about this to be provided in advance if so). We will both usually be available to help with anything during your stay to ensure it is as enjoyable as possible! The NeighborhoodSidmouth is a great little town with so much to see and do that it's easy to while away several days here without the need for a car. The beach is lovely, the Byes river walk beautiful, Blackmore or Connaught Gardens are great to relax in or there's a plethora of cafes and eateries to enjoy. Not to mention sports and activities such as tennis, golf and mini golf, paddle boarding, swimming, cinema or the theatre. Getting AroundThere is a dedicated parking space that accompanies the room. If staying in Sidmouth you may not need to use a car as most amenities are within very easy level walking distance. The closest train station is Honiton to and from which there is a regular bus service. Exeter is also within a half hour drive or an hour bus journey with a bus stop very close to the house. Other Things to NoteWe find that most guests appreciate the room not having a TV but if guests would like to watch television, we recommend bringing your preferred device to watch over WiFi.
      Bed & Breakfast
      3br Bed & Breakfast
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Lower Pinn is a 19th century built farmhouse on the world heritage Jurassic coast 2 miles west of regency town of Sidmouth. Ideally situated for visiting many places on the coast or within easy reach of Exeter - the Airport, University, Westpoint Exhibition Centre, Met Office, Sandy Park Stadium the National Trust Properties of Killerton or Knightshayes and A la Ronde. If you enjoy walking there are many coastal and countryside walks, with our fields extending to the South West coastal path. There are three comfortable guest rooms all with en suite facilities with large showers, wash basin & toilet. Each guest room is complete with hot drink making facilities, television, clock radio, shaver points, hair dryer and central heating throughout. A fridge is provided for the use of guests. Start your day with a delicious breakfast served in the breakfast room using local produce when ever possible. Guests have their own keys and may return at any time throughout the day. There is ample off-road parking.
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      Bedroom
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      The SpaceOur Blue Room is our biggest up to 3 adults or 2 adults & 2 children. En-suite has separate bath and wet room shower, Flat Screen TV, tea/coffee facilities & hair dryer. Our Green Room is a twin/double has wet room en-suite shower only but suitable for disabled. Grey room is small but same facilities with shower room en-suite and 5 foot double bed Guest AccessAccess to gardens, childrens' play area and lovely lounge, BBQ can be used by guests Interaction with GuestsWe go that extra mile with lifts, station/airport pick up complimentary cream tea on arrival. Free use of Tennis courts in Village. We want you to be happy with your stay at Brookfields The NeighborhoodA lovely village just outside Sidmouh but not far from Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton, and Exeter. Quiet but with 3 places to eat plus a Chinese/Fish & Chips Take-away. On main bus routes Getting AroundBus stop is a 300 yards walk. Ample on site parking with good security
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      2br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Swimming Pool
      The SpaceBrand new 2 bedroom high quality caravan/holiday home at award winning Ladram Bay on Devon’s beautiful Jurassic Coast, available for short breaks. Sleeps 4-6. Gas Firefly BBQ & outdoor seating, lovely beach and brand new pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gym. The caravan is a Victory Vision 35' x 12' with a double, twin and very comfortable double sofabed in the lounge. Comes with central heating, double glazing, microwave, 40" TV, DVD player etc. Lovely garden and 2 patio areas with sunny seating and a high quality Firefly gas BBQ. There are a range of books, toys and games to enjoy and we print off walking maps of the immediate area for you. Lots of great walks! There are sea views from the lounge, kitchen windows and back patio and views of cliffs and countryside all around. The award-winning, family-owned Ladram Bay Holiday Park (TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice 2015) is right on the beach on Devon's Jurassic Coast, near historic villages and in fantastic countryside. You have great coastal walks straight from your door, or rock-pooling, and a large field for ball games or rabbit watching above the sand-washed pebble beach. The Park has great facilities, which include an indoor pool, brand new sauna, steam room and changing facilities, a restaurant, bar, shop (well stocked, reasonable prices), take-away, adventure playground and even a man selling freshly caught crabs and lobsters from the beach shack . You can hire kayaks, rowing boats, motor boats and fishing gear on the beach. IMPORTANT INFORMATION •Please leave the caravan clean and tidy as you should find it. No smoking pls. •There is a folder full of maps and local information for you to use. •Duvets, pillows and blankets are provided but please remember to bring your own bedding and towels (Linen hire, towels, cots, high chairs, push chairs, bed guard, safety gate can all be hired from reception). • I x vehicle is permitted per holiday home and a car park pass is provided with the key. Ladram charge £15 to replace passes so please remember to return it with the key. Further parking is available but is £5/day at the main car park. •Pool passes are not included, but reception sell these. •Gas is paid on a top up card. The card can be found on the meter in the kitchen cupboard and top up at reception. You may be lucky and find there is sufficient credit, it’s not expensive though. •Bin waste and recycling is down at the main car park. There is a plastic box by the caravan steps for storing recycling. •There are lots of kids/board games. Rock pooling and beach balls are in the outdoor bench seat to borrow. The sun shade lives under the caravan if needed. •Do use the Firefly BBQ but please clean afterwards and turn gas off at the bottle Guest AccessThe whole place! Access to all the park facilities. There is a brand new 2016 swimming complex with pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, adventure golf and restaurants. Please call reception for pool pass and park wide wifi details. There is free wifi at the cafe/restaurant. Interaction with GuestsThis is your place to enjoy! We live in Bristol but can be easily contacted by phone and email. The NeighborhoodThe award-winning, family-owned Ladram Bay Holiday Park (TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice 2015) is right on the beach on Devon's Jurassic Coast, near historic villages and in fantastic countryside. You have great coastal walks straight from your door, or rock-pooling, and a large field for ball games or rabbit watching above the sand-washed pebble beach. The Park has great facilities, which include an indoor pool, brand new sauna, steam room and changing facilities, a restaurant, bar, shop (well stocked, reasonable prices), take-away, adventure playground and even a man selling freshly caught crabs and lobsters from the beach shack . You can hire kayaks, rowing boats, motor boats and fishing gear on the beach. If you want something more lively, there's evening entertainment, kids' clubs, soft play and (reasonably priced) instructor-led activities. The pretty village of Otterton is about a mile up the hill where you will find a good pub (serving food) and Otterton Mill - a mill with shop, café-restaurant and bakery. Nearby there are plenty of good day trips, including Crealy World of Adventures, lots of lovely beaches, boat trips, Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, Bicton Park, go-karting, the delights of Exeter and local events and festivals. If you're feeling energetic you can walk to Sidmouth or Budleigh Salterton on the coast path, or there's a bus that runs between the two, stopping at Otterton, but do check the timetable. We've only just started to explore this amazing area of East Devon ourselves - with every visit we discover something new! Ladram Bay Guidebook Family Fun Escott Park Crealy Bicton Gardens Active & Explore Plenty of cycle hire and off road routes. Kayak and boat hire from several places including Ladram Bay. We like kayaking to the sandy bays east and west of Ladram Darts Farm Exe Trail Saddles & Paddles Topsham outdoor pool Haldon Forest park mountain biking Visiting & Exploring A surprisingly interesting area Hear of Devon Museums at Topsham and Exeter National Trust places: Killerton, A la Ronde, Branscombe Pebblebed Heaths Walking Great walks east and west straight from Ladram along the coast but also inland to Otterton and around. Beautiful extensive heathlands just to the north too South West Coast Path East Devon Way Pebblebed Heaths Killerton The Local Area & Natural History Ova Pebblebed heaths East Devon AONB RSPB Aylesbeare Common Branscombe Beach project Villages & Towns The area is packed with lovely villages and towns, here is a selection. Budleigh Salterton is a lovely classic Victorian seaside town that’s has kept its charm. Stunning beach. Otterton, Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Woodbury Pubs & Restaurants Very cheap fresh daily lobster, crab, prawns, fish right off the beach at Ladram! Lots of village pubs, Trip Advisor would be good for this. Great restaurants in Topsham too Kings Arms, (URL HIDDEN) Darts Farm shopping, restuarants, health Shopping Lots in Exeter but this is an interesting place, quite high end but unexpected. Specialist and designer shops in Topsham Darts Farm shopping, resturants, health Health & Spa Darts Farm shopping, resturants, health Getting AroundLots of local buses. Great cycle ways around the Exe Estuary that extend to Budleigh Salterton. Cycle hire available at Darts Farm or Saddles & Paddles. Fantastic walking straight from the front door. Other Things to NoteIMPORTANT INFORMATION •Please leave the caravan clean and tidy as you should find it. No smoking pls. •There is a folder full of maps and local information for you to use. •Remember to bring your own bedding and towels (Linen hire, towels, cots, high chairs, push chairs, bed guard, safety gate can all be hired. •I x car is permitted per holiday home, further parking is available but is £5/day. •Pool passes are not included, reception sell these. •Gas is paid on a top up card. The card can be found on the meter in the kitchen cupboard and top up at reception. You may be lucky and find there is sufficient credit, it’s not expensive though. •Bin waste and recycling is down at the main car park. There is a plastic box by the caravan steps for storing recycling. •There are lots of kids/board games. Rock pooling and beach balls are in the outdoor bench seat to borrow. The sun shade lives under the caravan if needed. •Do use the Firefly BBQ but please clean afterwards and turn gas off at the bottle
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      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
      Hotel
      49br 3-star Hotel
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      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      An elegant, relaxing retreat at the centre of Sidmouth’s delightful Regency seafront, the Kingswood & Devoran Hotel provides 49 bedrooms, and over 60 years of renowned family service and hospitality, in an environment mixing the best of tradition and contemporary style. The hotel is ideal for exploring the town’s excellent variety of independent shops and is just a stones throw away from the beach. All bedrooms are tastefully furnished, each having their own individual character and, typically for a building of this era, varying in style and size. All are en-suite, with facilities including flat screen TV, telephone, hairdryer, and refreshment tray. Free wi-fi is also available throughout the building. Many sea facing rooms have a private balcony, bay or picture window overlooking Lyme Bay and the sandstone cliffs. The flower-filled patio, dining room, lounges and bar overlook the sea with stunning views of the World Heritage Coast. The perfect place for watching the world go by whilst enjoying a drink or meal, or both! Access to the hotel is also excellent from both street level and our private car park. There is direct lift access to all public rooms and the majority of bedrooms. **Please note car parking is not guaranteed**
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      Excellent
      2 reviews
      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      Shippen Cottage was built in the 1850s as a purpose built shippen, or cowshed, where the cows would have all been milked by hand.Now a charming holiday cottage with a fully equipped kitchen with dining area, as well as additional raised dining area off a very spacious sitting room. Patio doors take you from the sitting room into the enclosed private garden, which adjoins pasture and beyond, so is very peaceful.Upstairs the cottage has two bedrooms - one double and one twin - and a family bathroom.Boswell is an excellent touring base to visit charming Devon villages, such as Branscombe and Beer. Explore the rolling countryside, majestic sweeps of moorland at Dartmoor and Exmoor, and visit the many fascinating National Trust properties including Killerton and Castle Drogo.The Historic towns of Lyme Regis, Ottery St Mary, Honiton (the Antiques Centre of the South West) and the Cathedral City of Exeter are all within easy reach.There are a variety of activities to suit all ages and tastes from golf, pony trekking and equestrian activities to beautiful countryside and coastal walks or simply relaxing on one of Devon's beautiful beaches.There are clean and safe beaches at Sidmouth and diverse activities such as sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, sea angling, swimming, theatre and the Sidmouth Folk Festival.Close by are three golf courses, pony trekking, gliding and rock climbing.A myriad of beautiful walks for all abilities start from your cottage door. Explore the fascinating Jurassic Coast - recently designated a World Heritage Site (ranking alongside the Great Barrier Reef, and the Grand Canyon!), where the earth's history is displayed in the coastline's geology and spectacular fossils. Owners NotesShort break pricing - while we list a nightly rate where applicable this is done on the minimum number of nights so will reduce if more nights are booked as the nightly rate varies depending on the number of nights you book so will vary to the quote you receive. Please contact us for a price of short breaks. We do reserve the right to alter our pricing and this may be different to other websites. ream Teas and Welcome Pack of local products are provided for guest staying with us for a minimum of a week If you cancel your booking you must immediately notify us by telephone and confirm in writing. In cases of cancellation the deposit is non refundable under any circumstances. Should your cancellation fall within 8 weeks of your arrival date the full rental will be payable. Boswell Farm strongly recommends that a cancellation insurance policy is taken out. Your cottage will be available from 4.00pm on the date of arrival. Occupation before this time will not be allowed.The cottage and site must be vacated by 10.00am on the day of departure Escape to the idyllic Shippen Cottage at Boswell Farm Cottages, located just a stones throw from the Jurassic coastline and beaches, and in the heart of the Devon countryside where you can relax and unwind, or head off for a day full of adventures!
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      1br cottage
        Wake up next to the fabulous Donkey Sanctuary over looking the sea in our lovely 1 bed cottage. Sleeps 4 comfortably with I bedroom with 2 singles which can be made as a double, and a full size pull down double bed in the living room. Other comforts in the cottage include a fully equipped kitchen featuring microwave, fridge, stove. There is also a washing machine. The living room hosts a 32inch TV along with DVD player, free view channels and selections of dvds and various games. Electricity is metered and the metre takes ÂŁ1 coins. Situated on the headlands overlooking the regency town of Sidmouth, Seagull Cottage is nestled amongst ancient hedgerows on the Stoneleigh Holiday park. The park Is spacious and our cottage is not overlooked. But from this wonderful vantage point you can enjoy the peaceful countryside, or head into town for some vibrant restaurants and bars. Local produce abounds and you will not be disappointed if you enjoy good fresh food! The park has an abundance of open space for playing picnicking or just relaxing, as well as a children's play area. If you are a seafood lover, you will be spoilt for choice with fresh catch of the day. Buy it direct from the fisherman in town and come back to barbecue it in your garden. Famous for cream teas, you will find an abundance of traditional and contemporary amongst the many eateries, as well as fabulous ice creameries. If you prefer a little tipple, there are a number of fine cider makers offering tours and tastings and some fine local wineries offering the best the region has to offer. Or try one of the local farm shops for farm fresh meat and veg. Branscombe is 2miles away with its wonderful pebble beach, fabulous traditional pubs and it's famous crab! Be sure to try the Branscombe crab sandwich at the Mason's Arms! The ancient fishing town of Beer is also close, as is Seaton. A little further along the coast is the lovely town of Lyme Regis with it's many points of interest. Exeter is a half hour drive away with its wonderful cathedral and ''big town ' amenities. If you are a nature lover you will find plenty of wonderful walks along the Jurassic Coast, and Dartmoor and Exmoor are close by. Pets by exception. Please contact to discuss. Regardless of what you are looking for you will find everything and more in this wonderful gem of a holiday destination.
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        3br cottage
          Golden Cottage is a recently refurbished, detached, three-storey town house, ideally situated in a central but peaceful location in Sidmouth town centre - just 2 minutes from the beach and Esplanade. There is free parking for one car in the front driveway and free WiFi is provided. The cottage is tastefully decorated and retains character features including solid timber doors and a traditionally styled gas fire in the sitting room - ideal for cosy winter breaks. All linens and towels are included. The property also has a courtyard garden. There is plenty of space for up to five guests. On the first floor is the dual aspect master bedroom with king-sized bed and coordinating modern oak furniture. On the second floor are two bedrooms - one with matching twin beds, the other with a single bed, fitted cupboards and a partial sea view. Extremely comfortable new memory foam mattresses throughout for a perfect night's sleep. Also on the first floor - an extremely spacious family bathroom with WC, large corner bath and separate shower. Additional downstairs cloakroom with WC. Downstairs you will find everything you need for a relaxing self-catering holiday. There is a bright and sunny, fully equipped, modern kitchen / diner with gas hob, cooker, microwave, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Dining table and chairs seating up to six people. A utility room leads off the kitchen containing a washing machine/drier and space for hanging out clothes/beach towels etc. An ironing board and iron are also provided. Leading off the kitchen / diner is a secluded and sunny south-facing walled courtyard garden with outside table and chairs. There are also two sun loungers. In the lounge is a comfortable corner sofa and separate double lounge chair in the feature bay window. Flat screen 40-inch TV and DVD / Blu-ray player, plus iPhone/ iPod dock with lightning connector and clock radio. A traditionally styled coal effect gas fire completes the warm and welcoming feel. The cottage is thoroughly serviced and made up prior to arrival. All towels and linens are included in the rental price. Any bookings for more than one week will include a fresh set of towels and linens on the usual changeover day, plus maid service if required. There is parking for one car to the front of the property. Additional parking if required is available in a number of municipal car parks very close to Golden Cottage and weekly / seasonal rates are available. A travel cot and high chair are available on request. We cannot guarantee the suitability of laundry detergents for infants, therefore we kindly ask that you provide your own sheets / blankets for the cot. The Esplanade and nearest beach are just two minutes walk from your front door. Sidmouth beaches are varied and fascinating. The main beach is shingle, perfect for hiring a deckchair and gazing out to sea. Walking a few minutes west brings you to Jacobs Ladder beach - popular with families where vast swathes of sand await you. As the tide retreats, numerous rock pools appear providing hours of entertainment for both the young and the young at heart! The historic Regency town of Sidmouth has an impressive array of sights and activities to offer all tastes and and in all seasons. The beach is obviously a big draw but there is so much more. Admire the award winning floral displays in the public gardens. Catch Sidmouth town band live every Sunday evening at Connaught Gardens during the summer months or watch a play at Manor Pavillion theatre. Sidmouth's annual Folk Week and Regatta in August are hugely popular, followed by the carnival in September. If you visit over Christmas time, be sure to catch the annual Boxing Day swim. Stocking up with groceries is easy - there are supermarkets around the corner plus a large Waitrose towards the outskirts of town. If you would rather eat out, you will find all palates are catered for by the many wonderful restaurants and pubs - all within walking distance of the cottage. For fine dining options, the Victoria, Belmont and Westcliff hotels offer something a bit more special. You can easily lose a day browsing the unique and varied shops and boutiques along the High Street, Church Street and Old Fore Street. If you are feeling a bit more active, Sidmouth Swimming Pool is very close whilst a pleasant walk or cycle ride along the river brings you to the Leisure Centre where holiday memberships are available. Sidmouth Golf Club, with it's wonderful views of Lyme Bay and the Jurassic Coast is only one mile away and there are many other fine golf clubs within the vicinity. The cathedral city of Exeter is 16 miles away and there are many interesting and historic coastal towns such as Topsham, Lyme Regis, Beer, Seaton and Budleigh Salterton are within easy driving distance. Many picturesque villages such as Branscombe and Otterton are also nearby. Exeter Airport is 11 miles away, the train station a little further on. The nearest train station is Honiton, 10 miles away. Sidmouth is served by a frequent and reliable bus service to both Exeter and Honiton along with the surrounding villages. Changeover day is usually Friday for one week bookings. Other days are available by arrangement out of high season and for short breaks. Please enquire for short break prices. Christmas and New Year 2016 - changeover day flexible but most likely to be Wednesday. 25% of the rental price is due within one week of booking with the remainder due eight weeks before arrival. Booking less than eight weeks before arrival requires 100% of the payment at the time of booking. Please contact us to obtain a booking form and full terms and conditions. A returnable security deposit of ÂŁ100 is required. There is a ÂŁ100 supplement payable for Sidmouth Folk Week 31st July-7th August. Sidmouth is perfect for day trips across Devon - a fantastic base to explore coastal towns and attractions across East Devon and the surrounding area. Less than half an hour drive away are seaside towns and villages such as Branscombe, Beer, Seaton and Lyme Regis, with Dartmoor National Park, Exeter and Torquay all accessible in less than an hour. Golden Cottage is a detached cottage in the centre of Sidmouth, just 2 minutes from the beach, shops, pubs and cafes. It's a characterful and beautifully presented 3-bedroom property for up to 5 guests on a quiet residential road. Private parking space, free Wi-Fi and courtyard garden.
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          Excellent
          6 reviews
          2br house
            This two-bedroomed house is in a quiet residential road just 10 minutes walk from the cinema, shops, restaurants and the beach. It is just two minutes walk to The Byes riverside walk and park. The entrance hall leads into the spacious, open-plan living area. The kitchen is very well equipped with an electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine/drier. There is a large dining area and breakfast bar seating in the kitchen. The lounge area has comfortable seating and a Smart Wi-Fi TV and Blue Ray DVD player. There is also a selection of books, games and DVDs. The main bedroom has a kingsize bed and TV. The second bedroom has twin beds. The modern bathroom has a bath and shower cubicle. Outside there is a small, private courtyard with seating. Sidmouth Sidmouth is a pretty Regency town with lovely beaches, a theatre, cinema and an indoor swimming pool. This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Every summer (usually in early August) the town plays host to the internationally reknowned Sidmouth Folk Week - a time of lively and colourful entertainment and music.The shingle, pebble and sand beaches stretch along below The Espanade,near the town centre, to Jacob's Ladder and further west below the red cliffs of Peak Hill.Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful Sid Valley walks, parks and gardens as well as a variety of sports, including tennis, sailing, fishing and golf. Our light, spacious home is well furnished and beautifully presented so that you can have an enjoyable and comfortable stay. It provides good quality accommodation, conveniently located within easy walking distance of all the facilities Sidmouth has to offer. The house is centrally heated and tastefully decorated to provide relaxing year-round accommodation.
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            3br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Shire Stables, built in the 1890s, has been converted into a charming and comfortable holiday cottage with stable doors that befits its name and heritage. On the ground floor is a good sized kitchen and dining area, and a very light and spacious sitting room opens onto a pretty private garden via patio doors. Upstairs is a twin bedroom with views of the beautiful Sid Valley, a walk through single bedroom, and a double bedroom, which overlooks the historic courtyard. Boswell is an excellent touring base to visit charming Devon villages, such as Branscombe and Beer. Explore the rolling countryside, majestic sweeps of moorland at Dartmoor and Exmoor, and visit the many fascinating National Trust properties including Killerton and Castle Drogo. The Historic towns of Lyme Regis, Ottery St Mary, Honiton (the Antiques Centre of the South West) and the Cathedral City of Exeter are all within easy reach. There are a variety of activities to suit all ages and tastes from golf, pony trekking and equestrian activities to beautiful countryside and coastal walks or simply relaxing on one of Devon's beautiful beaches. There are clean and safe beaches at Sidmouth and diverse activities such as sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, sea angling, swimming, theatre and the Sidmouth Folk Festival. Close by are three golf courses, pony trekking, gliding and rock climbing. A myriad of beautiful walks for all abilities start from your cottage door. Explore the fascinating Jurassic Coast - recently designated a World Heritage Site (ranking alongside the Great Barrier Reef, and the Grand Canyon!), where the earth's history is displayed in the coastline's geology and spectacular fossils. Escape to the idyllic Shire Stables at Boswell Farm Cottages, located just a stones throw from the Jurassic coastline and beaches, and in the heart of the Devon countryside where you can relax and unwind, or head off for a day full of adventures!
            apt. / condo
            1br apt. / condo
              1 May Terrace is a really charming sunny first floor flat in a quiet Edwardian terrace with period balcony, right in the centre of Sidmouth. Guests don't need a car to enjoy this holiday as everything is right on your doorstep. Only six minutes walk though a delightful park to the sea front; two minutes from the shops and cinema, four minutes from the bus terminus for transport to Exeter and other local towns and resorts, 1 minute from the local library with free WIFI (there's none at the property) and health centre. .Accommodation comprises: living room with 2 sets of french windows leading onto balcony. flat screen TV and DVD player, sofa bed (for extra person - £10 for more laundry if required), two armchairs, electric fire. Pretty kitchen dining room with dresser, seating for 4 and fully equipped kitchen. Double bedroom with balcony, shower room. Festval supplement of £100 for the folk week (usually the first week in August). Bed linen is included. Entrance via a shared carpeted stairway to the first floor. Arrivals anytime from 3pm onwards unless the flat is empty the day before then you could liase with us to arrive earlier. Parking - there is some parking on the street or 5 minutes walk away. Also parking permits for local car parks from 2 to 7 days, for £12 - 25. Sunny seaside retreat full of Edwardian charm and only a few minutes walk to the sea, shops and restaurants in Sidmouth.
              cottage
              Excellent
              22 reviews
              1br cottage
                •A spacious ground floor, 1 bedroom cottage, suitable for 2 people, with feature lounge, separate dining area and fully fitted kitchen •Well equipped modern kitchen •Separate dining/breakfast area •Bedroom has twin beds, which can be linked to produce a super king double. •En suite shower room We hope you'll decide to spend your holiday with us in this glorious corner of East Devon. We'll personally ensure that we will do all we can to make your stay at Littlecourt one to remember.” Selwyn Kussman & Geoffrey Ward. Dates reserved must please be followed immediately by a completed booking form and a third deposit to secure the booking. The final balance due is payable four weeks in advance before arrival. We accept payment using a Credit/ Debit card or cheque. Sidmouth’s attraction lies not only in the unspoilt and less commercialised town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the ‘Britain in Bloom’ award. Each year in August‚ Sidmouth hosts the celebrated Folk Festival Week‚ when we see vibrant colour and listen to music from around the world. Laughter and smiles are to be seen everywhere. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks‚ Regency history and fine hotels‚ clean beaches and friendly shops. it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The area is one of Britain’s loveliest, for relaxing in, walking around the town, or touring more extensively in the West Country. In December 2001, the East Devon and Dorset coastline was granted World Heritage Site status. Sidmouth is now a major gateway to the Site. UNESCO called the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile stretch of coast from Exmouth to Swanage, an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth’s history and record of life. Cherry Tree has been awarded a 4* Gold Award by VisitEngland and is a very attractive one bedroom spacious ground floor cottage forming part of a historic Regency house built in 1802 for the Duke and Duchess of St. Albans. It is situated a few minutes walk from the sea front and
                cottage
                Excellent
                24 reviews
                1br cottage
                  Our ORLANDO SUITE (named after PETER ORLANDO HUTCHINSON a Victorian Author, Poet & Artist who lived in Sidmouth) is one of three unique self catering Suites located at Bulverton House, just one mile from Sidmouth's town centre and the Jurassic Coast. Having started offering self-catering facility's in 2004 it soon became apparent how hard it was for our guests to find really good high quality self-catering accommodation in the Sidmouth area, especially if you are just one couple or a single person not wanting to pay for a two, three or four bedroomed house. Our 5 Star Suites are specifically designed to address this demand, with a High Quality, Purpose Built Environment for your break, at a very competitive price. THIS SUITE'S HAS WEEKLY BREAKS RUNNING SATURDAY TO SATURDAY USUAL ARRIVAL TIME IS 4pm & DEPARTURE TIME IS 10am IF YOU HAVE A BREAK IN MIND JUST ASK! - I WILL ALWAYS TRY AND HELP IF POSSIBLE................................ Sidmouths Folk Festival, in late July-early August each year is a fantastic spectacle that transforms the town with hundreds of performers and events staged at a range of venues throughout the town. Bulverton House is uniquely placed to exploit this event located on the well-trodden route (as all you folk lovers will know) between Sidmouths Bulverton camp site & marquee and the town. Sidmouth has lovelly Gardens & Walks / Great Beaches / Local Town Centre Shopping / Regency Charm / Set in a fantastic Location - Located towards Topsham and well worth a visit is Darts Farm, home of local Westcountry food and drink and beautifully crafted, luxury gift, home and lifestyle products. Darts Farm has blossomed to become what is today - a nationally regarded local food hub, selling the produce of hundreds of the regions local food and drink producers. A little further afield from Sidmouth (15 miles) you find the Cathedral city of Exeter which has its own host of attractions, and makes a splendid day trip. Bulverton House is located one mile from the main Exeter link road.
                  cottage
                  Excellent
                  32 reviews
                  1br cottage
                    Our DELDERFIELD SUITE (named after R.F.DELDERFIELD the famous Author who lived at Sidmouth) is one of three unique self catering Suites at Bulverton House, just one mile from Sidmouth's town centre and the Jurassic Coast. Having started offering self-catering facility's in 2004 it soon became apparent how hard it was for our guests to fine really good high quality self-catering accommodation in the Sidmouth area, especially if you are just one couple or a single person not wanting to pay for a two, three or four bedroomed house. Our 5 Star Suites are specifically designed to address this demand, with a High Quality, purpose built Environment for your break, at a very competitive price. THIS SUITE'S HAS WEEKLY BREAKS RUNNING FRIDAY TO FRIDAY USUAL ARRIVAL TIME IS 4pm & DEPARTURE TIME IS 10am IF YOU HAVE A BREAK IN MIND JUST ASK! - I WILL ALWAYS TRY AND HELP IF POSSIBLE................................ Sidmouths Folk Festival, in late July-early August each year is a fantastic spectacle that transforms the town with hundreds of performers and events staged at a range of venues throughout the town. Bulverton House is uniquely placed to exploit this event located on the well-trodden route (as all you folk lovers will know) between Sidmouths Bulverton camp site & marquee and the town. Sidmouth has lovelly Gardens & Walks / Great Beaches / Local Town Centre Shopping / Regency Charm / Set in a fantastic Location - Located towards Topsham and well worth a visit is Darts Farm, home of local Westcountry food and drink and beautifully crafted, luxury gift, home and lifestyle products. Darts Farm has blossomed to become what is today - a nationally regarded local food hub, selling the produce of hundreds of the regions local food and drink producers. A little further afield from Sidmouth (15 miles) you find the Cathedral city of Exeter which has its own host of attractions, and makes a splendid day trip. Bulverton House is located one mile from the main Exeter link road.
                    cottage
                    Excellent
                    19 reviews
                    2br cottage
                      Our SAMPSON SUITE (named after R W SAMPSON who was responsible for practically the whole of the architectural layout of early 20th century Sidmouth) is one of three unique self catering Suites located at Bulverton House, just one mile from Sidmouth's town centre and the Jurassic Coast. Having started offering self-catering facility's in 2004 it soon became apparent how hard it was for our guests to find really good high quality self-catering accommodation in the Sidmouth area, especially if you are just one couple or a single person not wanting to pay for a two, three or four bedroomed house. Our 5 Star Suites are specifically designed to address this demand, with a High Quality, Purpose Built Environment for your break, at a very competitive price. THIS SUITE'S HAS WEEKLY BREAKS RUNNING FRIDAY TO FRIDAY USUAL ARRIVAL TIME IS 4pm & DEPARTURE TIME IS 10am IF YOU HAVE A BREAK IN MIND JUST ASK! - I WILL ALWAYS TRY AND HELP IF POSSIBLE................ Sidmouths Folk Festival, in late July-early August each year is a fantastic spectacle that transforms the town with hundreds of performers and events staged at a range of venues throughout the town. Bulverton House is uniquely placed to exploit this event located on the well-trodden route (as all you folk lovers will know) between Sidmouths Bulverton camp site & marquee and the town. Sidmouth has lovelly Gardens & Walks / Great Beaches / Local Town Centre Shopping / Regency Charm / Set in a fantastic Location - Located towards Topsham and well worth a visit is Darts Farm, home of local Westcountry food and drink and beautifully crafted, luxury gift, home and lifestyle products. Darts Farm has blossomed to become what is today - a nationally regarded local food hub, selling the produce of hundreds of the regions local food and drink producers. A little further afield from Sidmouth (15 miles) you find the Cathedral city of Exeter which has its own host of attractions, and makes a splendid day trip. Bulverton House is located one mile from the main Exeter link road.
                      house
                      Excellent
                      3 reviews
                      5br house
                        Osborne House has versatile accommodation with 2 bathrooms and 5 bedrooms, sleeping 8 in total. A real benefit is the good size enclosed patio-style garden with garden furniture - a real sheltered suntrap and a fantastic extra area in the summer!Accommodation comprises sitting room with feature Victorian open grate in marble surround. Dining room with oak wood strip flooring and fireplace with wood burner and overlooks rear patio garden. Shaker style kitchen with large picture windows overlooking the patio and including a 'snug' area leading through French doors to the patio. There are 3 bedrooms on the first floor. One with king-size bed and spacious en-suite shower room and WC, one with twin beds and one single room. Main bathroom comprises modern white suite with shower over bath and WC.Stairs to the second floor landing open into single bedroom and enclosed double bedroom with sloping ceilings and large tilt and turn velux windows with lovely views over town and Sid Valley. 2nd TV and dvd in 2nd floor single bedroom. NB 4 persons or less only at the reduced rate. Any other number group at higher rate only. Gas and electric included Changeover day Friday 30% deposit payable upon booking with balance due 8 weeks before commencement of letting. Final clean charge of £60 payable and damage deposit of £250 Bedlinen (not towels) hire at charge of £60 Sidmouth 'the jewel in East Devons crown' is an unspoilt regency coastal town with lovely period buildings. It is in a magnificent setting in a beautiful valley between Peak Hill and Salcombe Hill. It has many sports facilities including indoor swimming pool, sailing, windsurfing, tennis, bowls, croquet, pitch and putt, rugby, stunning cricket ground and fabulous golf course with spectacular views. It offers a variety of interests to old and young alike. In addition there is a cinema and theatre producing a summer season of plays. The award-winning floral display at Connaught Gardens is a must, as are the coastal walks. Sidmouth Folk Festival held each year in August is an international event and must be seen and experienced to be believed. A Victorian detached house in superb location just off the seafront in quiet residential area of town centre a few yards level walk of Sidmouth's excellent shops and restaurants. Ideal for families and couples alike. Sleeps 8 in 5 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
                        house
                        Excellent
                        3 reviews
                        3br house
                        This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                        cottage
                        Excellent
                        18 reviews
                        2br cottage
                          Converted from the original Coach House, this delightful two bedroom cottage sleeps up to four people. The Coach House offers the perfect location for a relaxing holiday or a get together with friends. We offer weekly holidays or short breaks, out of season, to suite our guests. We hope you'll decide to spend your holiday with us in this glorious corner of East Devon. We'll personally ensure that we will do all we can to make your stay at Littlecourt one to remember.â€? Selwyn Kussman & Geoffrey Ward. Dates reserved must please be followed immediately by a completed booking form and a third deposit to secure the booking. The final balance due is payable four weeks in advance before arrival. We accept payment using a Credit/ Debit card or cheque. Sidmouth’s attraction lies not only in the unspoilt and less commercialised town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the ‘Britain in Bloom’ award. Each year in August‚ Sidmouth hosts the celebrated Folk Festival Week‚ when we see vibrant colour and listen to music from around the world. Laughter and smiles are to be seen everywhere. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks‚ Regency history and fine hotels‚ clean beaches and friendly shops. it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The area is one of Britain’s loveliest, for relaxing in, walking around the town, or touring more extensively in the West Country. In December 2001, the East Devon and Dorset coastline was granted World Heritage Site status. Sidmouth is now a major gateway to the Site. UNESCO called the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile stretch of coast from Exmouth to Swanage, an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth’s history and record of life. Located in the heart of Sidmouth, Coach House is a 2-storey, two bedroom cottage, forming part of a historic Regency house built in 1802 for the Duke and Duchess of St. Albans, offering easy access to the town and seafront. The cottage has a VisitBritain 4* Gold Award
                          cottage
                          Excellent
                          25 reviews
                          3br cottage
                            Hemphaye cottage is centrally heated and has been furnished and decorated to a high standard, personally maintained by the owners and kept spotlessly clean. Open all year, Sidmouth's mild climate makes the cottage an ideal choice both for Summer holidays and for Winter and Autumn breaks. Since opening in April 2000, all our guests have been surprised and delighted with the size and luxury of the accommodation. In fact, one of our guests has written in the visitors' book “What a delightful place. Our immediate reaction after unpacking was 'Holiday Cottage! We could live here'. Everything is very well thought out and provided.â€? Dates reserved must please be followed immediately by a completed booking form and a third deposit to secure the booking. The final balance due is payable four weeks in advance before arrival. We accept payment using a Credit/ Debit card or cheque. Sidmouth’s attraction lies not only in the unspoilt and less commercialised town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the ‘Britain in Bloom’ award. Each year in August‚ Sidmouth hosts the celebrated Folk Festival Week‚ when we see vibrant colour and listen to music from around the world. Laughter and smiles are to be seen everywhere. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks‚ Regency history and fine hotels‚ clean beaches and friendly shops. it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The area is one of Britain’s loveliest, for relaxing in, walking around the town, or touring more extensively in the West Country. In December 2001, the East Devon and Dorset coastline was granted World Heritage Site status. Sidmouth is now a major gateway to the Site. UNESCO called the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile stretch of coast from Exmouth to Swanage, an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth’s history and record of life.
                            cottage
                            Excellent
                            29 reviews
                            3br cottage
                              Magnolia cottage is a centrally heated 3 bedroom cottage and has been furnished and decorated to a high standard, personally maintained by the owners and kept spotlessly clean. Open all year, Sidmouth's mild climate makes the cottage an ideal choice both for Summer holidays and for Winter and Autumn breaks. We hope you'll decide to spend your holiday with us in this glorious corner of East Devon. We'll personally ensure that we will do all we can to make your stay at Littlecourt one to remember.â€? Selwyn Kussman & Geoffrey Ward. Dates reserved must please be followed immediately by a completed booking form and a third deposit to secure the booking. The final balance due is payable four weeks in advance before arrival. We accept payment using a Credit/ Debit card or cheque. Sidmouth’s attraction lies not only in the unspoilt and less commercialised town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the ‘Britain in Bloom’ award. Each year in August‚ Sidmouth hosts the celebrated Folk Festival Week‚ when we see vibrant colour and listen to music from around the world. Laughter and smiles are to be seen everywhere. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks‚ Regency history and fine hotels‚ clean beaches and friendly shops. it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The area is one of Britain’s loveliest, for relaxing in, walking around the town, or touring more extensively in the West Country. In December 2001, the East Devon and Dorset coastline was granted World Heritage Site status. Sidmouth is now a major gateway to the Site. UNESCO called the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile stretch of coast from Exmouth to Swanage, an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth’s history and record of life. Magnolia a VisitBritain 4* Gold Award Cottage is set within the grounds of an historic Regency house, in a quiet, leafy part of Sidmouth. yet only a short level walk from the seafront and town centre
                              cottage
                              Nice
                              2 reviews
                              2br cottage
                              • Pets Allowed
                              Within 1 mile of Sidmouth, Grebe forms one of three characterful cottages that have been carefully converted from a range of barns to provide high quality holiday accommodation. Bulverton was originally part of the Manor of Sidmouth, once owned by the Monks of St Michael. Sheldrake cottage was originally an 18th century corn mill, while Grebe and Pintail cottages formed part of the early Victorian farm buildings.Adjacent to the owner's delightful home, the cottage enjoy a south facing aspect, having a private patio with garden furniture overlooking the large shared garden and surrounding countryside, an ideal place for relaxing on warm summer evenings. The cottage is tastefully furnished to a high standard with pleasing colour schemes throughout and have a wealth of exposed beams and (website: hidden) cottage has a traditional layout with bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. Level entrance into spacious, bright and airy living room with outlook over the garden. Modern oak fitted kitchen with dining area. Stairs to first floor. Two pretty bedrooms with exposed beams and outlook over the garden. One bedroom with a double bed second bedroom with twin beds. Bathroom with shower over bath and W.C. Private patio area and parking. One small dog accepted at an additional charge of ÂŁ25 so please do mention this when requesting a quote. There is a one acre enclosed field where they may be exercised. This property is also available through the winter period for longer periods at special reduced rates The heart of the town is busy and attractive and it is well worth browsing amongst the range of quality shops and listed buildings. The esplanade overlooks a pebble beach and tranquil seaside activities. To the western end a jutting sandstone promontory, surmounted by Jacob's Ladder and the impressive floral display of Connaught Garrdens, separates the Esplanade from the mile log beach of sea-washed sand at Western Beach. With sports facilities - including a indoor swimming pool, sailing, windsurfing, tennis, bowls, croquet, cricket and golf - in the quiet serenity of the town's well maintained parks and gardens, Sidmouth offers a variety of interests to all visitor - young and old. August sees the charming Sidmouth Folk Week in full swing with local bands and amateur performers taking over hotel lounges, pubs and pavements. Participation is welcomed - in fact it is actively encouraged! The resort was very fashionable in the 1800s ad was visited by Queen Victoria in her youth as well as the Grand Duchess of Russia in 1831. Today it is a sheltered suntrap, ideal for visitors of all ages, with great shopping, beautiful beaches and a charm of its own. By choosing Sidmouth, you're on the doorstep of Britain's longest and most popular National Trail - The South West Coast Path. The Path is well signed and easy to follow and passes picturesque harbours, dramatic headlands, tranquil estuaries and secret coves. A lovely character barn conversion situated in delightful mature grounds on the outskirts of Sidmouth. The cottage is beautifully furnished with exposed beams, it has private parking and peaceful sitting out area with BBQ. A lovely character barn conversion situated in delightful mature grounds on the outskirts of Sidmouth.
                              cottage
                              Excellent
                              29 reviews
                              2br cottage
                                Courthaye cottage is centrally heated and has been furnished and decorated to a high standard, personally maintained by the owners and kept spotlessly clean. Open all year, Sidmouth's mild climate makes the cottage an ideal choice both for Summer holidays and for Winter and Autumn breaks. Since opening in April 2000, all our guests have been surprised and delighted with the size and luxury of the accommodation. In fact, one of our guests has written in the visitors' book This was our first stay at Courthaye Cottage and it exceeded all our expectations. We were very impressed by the website which, for a change these days, didn't disappoint us! This really is an idyllic place to stay and their description as “Luxury accommodation” is accurate! There were 4 of us and we found everything we needed in the cottage and it was all spotlessly clean and VERY comfortable. Even if the weather is not too good the cottages are great to just “live in” and enjoy these beautiful surroundings. It really is just a minute or two stroll into both the town and seafront and there are some lovely restaurants, all easily walkable. For a week or two to relax and enjoy the seaside I cannot think of anywhere in the UK which can top this. An entrance hall leads to a most attractive and tastefully furnished dining room with a separate fully fitted kitchen and a separate living area . On the first floor there are two spacious en-suite bedrooms. If required we can link the twin beds in one bedroom making a 6ft double. Attractive and tastefully furnished dining room. Living room with large corner group sofa, large T.V. and plenty of space to stretch out in Well equipped, fitted kitchen 2 Spacious, en suite bedrooms (Twin beds can be linked to produce a super king double if required) Outside seating area & views to one of the nicest part of the gardens Dates reserved must please be followed immediately by a completed booking form and a third deposit to secure the booking. The final balance due is payable four weeks in advance before arrival. We accept payment using a Credit/ Debit card or cheque. Sidmouth’s attraction lies not only in the unspoilt and less commercialised town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the ‘Britain in Bloom’ award. Each year in August‚ Sidmouth hosts the celebrated Folk Festival Week‚ when we see vibrant colour and listen to music from around the world. Laughter and smiles are to be seen everywhere. Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks‚ Regency history and fine hotels‚ clean beaches and friendly shops. it’s all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. The area is one of Britain’s loveliest, for relaxing in, walking around the town, or touring more extensively in the West Country. In December 2001, the East Devon and Dorset coastline was granted World Heritage Site status. Sidmouth is now a major gateway to the Site. UNESCO called the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile stretch of coast from Exmouth to Swanage, an outstanding example, representing a major stage of earth’s history and record of life. VisitEngland 4* Gold Award Courthaye Cottage, is a 2 bedroom cottage set within the grounds of a historic Regency house in a quiet, leafy part of Sidmouth. a jewel of a resort on the East Devon coast, yet only a short level walk from the seafront and town centre.
                                house
                                3br house
                                  Location: In a quiet cul-de-sac, 10 minutes walk into town centre, 15 minutes to the sea front, and just a few minutes walk to the Byes (a long park running right through the centre of Sidmouth). There is a Spar shop close by which stays open late and a pub within easy walking distance. Accommodation: A terraced house on two floors, which has recently been re-carpeted and is spacious, light and uncluttered. Ground floor: Kitchen/diner with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Living room: with TV, DVD and Video. Downstairs toilet and basin. 2nd reception or 4th Bedroom with double bed settee. First floor: Bedroom 1 with double bed, cot and folding bed. Bedroom 2 with twin beds. Bedroom 3 with 4 foot bed, suitable as a double or single. Bathroom with toilet, bath and separate shower. Outside: Patio at the back with steps leading to garden and garage. Brick built BBQ. Parking: There is parking for one car in the garage; there is always spaces for parking in the road behind the house. There is also room to unload a car in front of the house and usually to park. Suitability: Because there are steps up to the front door, there is no wheelchair access. The house is in a terrace of 5, in a friendly and quiet location, so it would be unsuitable for people who might make a lot of noise late at night. Other information: Well behaved dogs are welcome. No smoking in the house. Duvets and pillows are provided but not linen. Gas and Electric are included in the price. A larger tahn average terraced house that is less than 1 mile from Sidmouth seafronth and within easy reach of the town center.
                                  apt. / condo
                                  Good
                                  4 reviews
                                  1br apt. / condo
                                    Pebbles is a completely refurbished and beautifully presented one-bedroom apartment superbly situated just off Sidmouth seafront and a minute's easy walking to the town centre and restaurants. Tastefully furnished and presented to a high standard with new, modern furniture. Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, washing machine/dryer (in airing cupboard)Lounge with flat screen TV and DVD player, sofa bed (for extra person if required) and armchair, a small drop-leaf dining table and two chairs, coffee tables, electric fire, patio doors leading to a shared terraceBedroom with twin beds, bed linen included. The bedroom and living areas are newly carpeted. Fully equipped and newly refurbished modern kitchen, built-in cupboards with breakfast bar and stools. Dishwasher, microwave, ceramic hob, fridge/freezerModern white bathroom, tiled throughout, with shower over bath, hand basin, WC, extractor fan and heated towel rail. Night storage heaters. Sorry, no pets or smokers. Bed linen is included with duvets on beds. Towels not provided. There are 8 steps leading up to the terrace area from road level and 14 steps up from the private secure car park. Self-catering accommodation at Pebbles runs from Friday to Friday with access from 2pm Departure is at 10am on your last Friday. If Christmas Day and New Year's Day fall on a Friday, flexibility on changeover days available. A non-refundable deposit of ÂŁ100 is required to secure your booking and the remainder of the balance will need to be paid at least 8 weeks before your arrival date. ÂŁ70 supplement for Folk Festival. Sidmouth is an elegant seaside town, offering an abundance of independent shops and restaurants, not to mention the stunning breath-taking views on offer of its famous red cliffs. This beautiful Regency town will provide you with all year round entertainment, activities and pure joy. The Sidmouth Folk Festival is a sight to behold and an experience not to be missed so it's a good idea to book Pebbles before it's too late! From Sidmouth, you are free to explore such interesting places such as Ottery St. Mary, Honiton, the Axe Valley, with easy access to Exeter and the picturesque villages of Beer and Branscombe.
                                    apt. / condo
                                    1br apt. / condo
                                      Cricketers View is a 4 Star well presented self catering Lower Ground Floor apartment within a grade ll Famous Georgian Terrace situated opposite the Esplanade and two minutes walk to the town centre shops, restaurants and amenities. The apartment is fully equipped and immaculately fitted to a high standard. The bedroom has twin beds with double doors leading to a private courtyard with seating. It is my intension that visitors enjoy a peaceful, relaxing and stress free holiday. Milk, tea, coffee and sugar are here for your arrival so you can sit and take in your new surroundings after your long journey, and fresh flowers are just simply a welcome home. Bed linen and towels are provided, including beach towels should you wish to take a dip! A private bench up on the terrace is the perfect place to watch the world go by, with views looking across the Cricket pitch and sea. Highly recommended by all our guests with many returners. Sidmouth is a beautiful seaside town with stunning views offering award winning gardens and leisurely walks with a regency history, clean beaches and friendly shops. There are plenty of attractions including croquet, putting green, tennis court, golf club, indoor swimming pool and much much more. The town also has numerous pubs and restaurants including a cinema and theatre. Sidmouth is a lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley. Beautiful gardens, leisurely walks, Regency history, clean beaches and a variety of shops, restaurants and sports. Cricketers View - Self Catering Accommodation in Sidmouth situated opposite the esplanade and just a minutes walk from town centre and local amenities. Bed Linen & Towels Included Wi Fi Parking 4 Star VisitEngland Award
                                      apt. / condo
                                      Nice
                                      3 reviews
                                      2br apt. / condo
                                      This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                                      cottage
                                      2br cottage
                                        A prime location for East Devon. Stoneleigh is on the main coastal road from Sidmouth to Lyme Regis. The location is surrounded by coastal views and a famous Donkey Sanctuary. This cottage is fully furnished to a high standard.This is a perfect location for a family break and to explore East Devon and the Jurassic Coast. The Master bedroom is furnished with double bed, bedside table with lamp and a wardrobe. Contemporary shower room with heated chrome towel rail. The second bedroom are furnished with twin beds, bedside table, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Large open plan lounge with fully equipped kitchen with dish washer and dining area. Sidmouth Sidmouth is one of the prettiest seaside towns of Devon, enjoying period 18th and 19th century architecture, stunning floral displays and a welcoming atmosphere year-round. The town is fiercely proud of it wonderful selection of traditional and independent shops, which are a refreshing break from the hum-drum high street multiples found in so many towns across the UK. Added to its many beautiful and varied beaches, and one of the best folk festivals in the country, it's easy to see why so many people come back to Sidmouth time and again to enjoy their holidays on the glorious coast nearby.
                                        house
                                        3br house
                                          This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                                          Bed & Breakfast
                                          1br Bed & Breakfast
                                          • Wifi
                                          • Breakfast
                                          • Parking
                                          This room has a 5 foot double bed with memory foam mattress. The en-suite has a shower cubicle but no bath. Full tea/coffee facilities. Close to Pub, restaurants and bus. Price includes breakfast, parking, WiFi and Devon Cream Tea on arrival