Amidst a conservation area of outstanding natural beauty located on the South West coast of Devon, the timeless Regency resort of Sidmouth with its fine esplanade; is a gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, offering fantastic treats and holiday cottages for the eye. Between fiery red cliffs are attractive beaches such as Jacobs Ladder, a total magnet for families as they wait and watch the pulsating tide expose the shores and rock pools of this beautiful beach. As well as sheer natural beauty, Sidmouth has also been voted Britain’s top floral seaside town for many years now, while further inland, the scenery is just as deliciously aesthetic as the ocean view.
Shippen Cottage was built in the mid c19th as a purpose built shippen, or cowshed, where the cows would have all been milked by hand. Now a pretty holiday cottage that sleeps up to 4 guests, with enclosed private garden, which adjoins pasture and beyond with stunning views, so is very peaceful.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
- Countryside Cottages
One of five luxurious cottages with Wi-Fi at Littlecourt Cottages, Magnolia sleeps up to 6 people in a charming property only a short distance from the town centre and beaches of Sidmouth on the South Devon coast.
Courthaye is an East Devon luxury holiday cottage with Wi-Fi in Sidmouth within an easy walk of the beach and set alongside 4 other luxurious cottages which once formed a Regency house for the Duke and Duchess of St.Albans. Grade II listed. Sleeps 4.
Oak Cottage is a stylish and beautifully furnished countryside cottage with superb rural views near Sidmouth. It lies close to the Jurassic Coast in the East Devon village of Sidford. Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 2
Cherry Tree is an attractive one bedroomed Grade II listed holiday cottage for couples with Wi-Fi, which sits alongside the other luxurious coastal cottages at Littlecourt Cottages. Sleeping 2 it is only a short distance from the beaches of Sidmouth on the South Devon coast.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
- Luxury Holiday Cottages
A charming 17th Century self-catering luxury Devon coastal cottage with Wi-Fi for up to 6 people located only a short walk from the beach and the town centre of Sidmouth. PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM JANUARY 2020 THIS COTTAGE WILL ONLY SLEEP UP TO 4 GUESTS IN 2 BEDROOMS
The Linhay in Sidmouth, East Devon sleeps 6. One of seven spacious and comfortable East Devon holiday cottages at Boswell Farm. This child-friendly coastal cottage near Sidmouth is set amidst secluded and delightfully rural Sweetcombe valley. Pets welcome.
One of five luxury Devon holiday cottages only a short walk from the Sidmouth sea front, and part of a history Regency house built in 1802 for the Duke and Duchess of St. Albans. Grade II listed.
- Bratton Fleming
- Bucks Mills
- Combe Martin
- East Allington
- Great Torrington
- Hope Cove
- Lynton and Lynmouth
- Newton Ferrers
- North Molton
- South Molton
- Westward Ho!
Sidmouth’s striking red cliffs indicate a history dating back to dinosaur times which can be discovered and studied in the heritage centre along the esplanade. Delve deep into this incredulous historical treat, all the while marvelling at the amazing cliff formations to the east and west of the town’s beaches. As well as being a scientifically important stretch of English land, it is also an extremely desirable holiday destination and many stunning holiday cottages can be located in this beautiful area – perfect for your self-catered Devon holiday.
You can also find a wealth of culture and entertainment in Sidmouth with its festivals, regattas and year-round theatre productions and shows for you and the family to feast on. Take a trip to the Manor Pavilion, or plan your trip in time for the International Folk Festival or the Summer Play Festival. Or perhaps get more active and involved in the sports surrounding the area from golf to surfing; whether your interest is inland or out on the water – you can be sure to rely on Sidmouth to deliver. Within the bustling streets in the heart of the town lie a range of independent shops and restaurants in which to spend a pleasant hour or two browsing followed by a delicious Devon cream tea in one of the genteel hotels or cafes on the sea front.