Sidmouth has a thriving shopping area with a diverse selection of shops to browse. There are numerous exciting places to eat, with cafes, restaurants and pubs to satisfy everyone's tastes.
The grand Regency architecture around the town, complements the beautiful parks and gardens. A visit to the splendid Connaught Gardens situated high above the west side of the beach is a must. Here you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the majestic red cliffs of the Devon and Dorset coast line whilst eating a cream tea.
Looking inland you can see that the town is nestled amongst the wooded hillsides and pastures of the Sid Valley. Climbing west out of the town, visitors will discover Peak Hill and Mutters Moor heathland, which are popular areas for walkers.
From the town itself there is a beautiful, easily accessed walk along The Byes - a footpath through the water meadows of the River Sid.
Traditional single storey cottage on a small farm with calves, sheep, chickens, ducks, geese and ponies. The 2 bedroom cottage boasts a wonderful inglenook fireplace complete with logburner. A Gem!
Peace, comfort and a warm welcome where we offer the little extras that attract guests back time and time again. 2 miles from Sidmouth seafront. Lovely coastal walks and views from the farm.
The warmest of welcomes awaits you in our relaxing home a 19th century built farmhouse on world heritage Jurassic coast 2 miles west Sidmouth.
A relaxed but luxurious place to stay, right on the beautiful East Devon Way and close to the glorious Jurassic Coast.
Delightful cottages on working Dairy farm, explore the area for fantastic coastline, wonderful moorland, visitor attractions, local foods and many family events. Children love the calf feeding.