Sidmouth 3 miles.
A cosy semi-detached holiday cottage in a quiet park, three miles from Sidmouth on the South Devon coast.
The interior of this Sidmouth cottage is bright and colourful providing lovely comfy accommodation suitable for groups of four.
All on the ground floor there is an open plan living area with dining area and small fitted kitchen, a wet room and two welcoming bedrooms.
There is a lawn at the rear of this Sidmouth cottage, plus a wooden table and bench at the front, providing a relaxing spot for alfresco dining.
A steep path through scenic National Trust land leads to the secluded Weston Mouth Beach and the famous Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary is just a few minutes' walk away, where there is an excellent cafe serving good food.
Sidmouth has a beautiful esplanade, safe beach, dramatic cliff-top walks and lots of interesting shops.
The area has a plentiful supply of welcoming pubs serving good food and local ales and there are a number of family attractions in the area, including Pecorama miniature railway park, the Otter Estuary Nature Reserve and further along the Jurassic Coast are a number of sandy beaches and fossil-filled cliffs.
Sidmouth provides the holidaymaker with a beach holiday, and the mild climate ensures a comfy stay all year round.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Wet room with walk-in shower with handrail and seat, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner-effect electric fire.
About the location
Exeter 16 miles.
Sidmouth is an elegant seaside resort on the south Devon stretch of Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site of great natural beauty. Here is where the River Sid cuts through the Devon hills to meet the sea at Lyme Bay, creating a clean pebbly beach, giving way to golden sands at low tide backed by dramatic red cliffs creating a safe family beach with rockpools and safe bathing. Sidmouth is lined with stylish Regency cream-and-white architecture, creating an elegant Esplanade which makes for a relaxing stroll whilst looking out towards Beer Head. Sidmouth boasts one of the few public access observatories, the Norman Lockyer Observatory, complete with planetarium. There are a variety of attractions around Sidmouth including Pecorama with award-winning miniature railway and gardens, the Seaton tramway and the Otter Estuary Nature Reserve. Families will love the beaches, walkers will enjoy the South West coastal path and at the end of the day there are plenty of tea rooms, cafes and welcoming country inns to relax and refresh you.
Note: There is building work taking place on-site behind the property. Some building work noise may be experienced as they prepare the new clubhouse and pool.