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Situated near the beach in Sidmouth, this bed & breakfast is close to Sidmouth Beach and The Donkey Sanctuary. Area attractions also include Bicton Park Botanical ...
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Situated in Exeter, this spa hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Crealy Great Adventure Park, A La Ronde and Bicton Park Botanical Gardens. Exmouth Beach and ...
Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club£59Woodbury Park Hotel and Golf Club£59
Situated in Sidmouth, this guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Sidmouth Beach and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from The Donkey Sanctuary. Bicton Park Botanical Gardens and ...
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Sidmouth is a fantastic little seaside resort town that still holds all of the grandeur of the classic Victorian British beach holiday. In fact, it’s a town so well loved that many choose to retire here to enjoy their twilight years looking out over the sea and enjoying its golden beaches.
”A town caught still in timeless charm” was how Poet Laureate, John Betjeman, described Sidmouth – and how apt. Sidmouth still has all the splendour it had when it first started pulling in the summer crowds back in the 19th Century. The town of Sidmouth still displays its fantastic Regency architecture – and unlike some sleepy seaside towns its characteristic white and pastel coloured buildings still maintain their sheen. No doubt a reflection of the pride held for the town by its inhabitants. And the same can be said for the guesthouses, bed & breakfasts and hotels in Sidmouth. Sidmouth definitely hasn’t lost its knack for making its guests feel welcome.
You can explore the entire length of the mostly pebble Sidmouth Beach walking along the Esplanade; a seafront road that leads from the majestic red cliffs in the east to Jacob’s Ladder in the west. It’s just under Jacob’s Ladder that you’ll find the only sandy part of Sidmouth’s seafront – a favourite with families in the summer. At the top of Jacob’s Ladder (really a set of stairs) you’ll find Connaught Gardens, which dates from the 1820’s and were named after the Duke of Connaught, the third son of Queen Victoria.
You’ll also find plenty of cafes and shops running alongside Esplanade too, meaning you’ll have everything you need close at hand when you spend the day beside the sea in Sidmouth. And because there’s accommodation running along the front, you can find the sort of sea views that only a Sidmouth hotel can offer. Yes, you’re certain to feel spoilt with a hotel in Sidmouth.
Sidmouth may be a favourite with retirees, but you don’t have to be retired to enjoy Sidmouth. There are plenty of family-friendly attractions close at hand when you book a hotel in Sidmouth. There’s the JCB-themed Diggerland, which has over 18 rides to enjoy and gives you the chance to drive a real-life digger. There’s also The Donkey Sanctuary where you can meet, feed and pet the farm’s over 500 donkeys, whinnies and mules.
The Jurassic Coast stretches for 95 miles along the coastline between East Devon and Dorset, and is rich with fossils and rock formations recording a whopping 185 million years of Earth’s history. You can discover this incredible part of the country with ease from your hotel in Sidmouth.
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