The house is ideally located to visit all the local shopping amenities and the beaches. The property also benefits from a well-maintained and thoughtful garden and patio area for the guest’s enjoyment
Exceeds guests minimum requirements
A good level of quality & facilities
Consistently high levels of quality & facilities
Exceptional quality throughout
Orange - Standard level of quality within their star rating
Silver - Superior level of quality within their star rating
Gold - Supreme level of quality within their star rating
The house has been lovingly prepared with great thought and care by the owners who have spent many holidays in self-catering cottages in Sidmouth. The property has been beautifully furnished with quality oak furniture, comfortable sofas and luxury pocket sprung beds. The Byes National Trust park is close by and gives a lovely riverside walk into the town.
On entry there is a hall with exposed timber flooring which leads into a sitting room with a bay window and feature fireplace.
There is a dining room, again with a feature fireplace and exposed timber flooring leading through to the spacious kitchen/breakfast room with French doors leading to a lovely enclosed south facing patio style garden with a rear access gate.
There is a utility room with drying area.
On the first floor there are two spacious bedrooms.
Bedroom 1: The first bedroom with a double bed and superb views over Sidmouth and an en-suite bathroom with electric a shower over the bath, WC and hand basin.
Bedroom 2: A further large bedroom with a bay window and a king size bed.
Family Bathroom: A luxurious family bathroom with fine fitted bespoke furniture, a large bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Bedroom 3: The stairs to second floor lead to a lovely spacious twin bedroom with sloping ceiling and Velux window with a black out blind.
Outside the rear garden has a raised patio area with countryside views towards Salcombe Hill.
Parking is unrestricted roadside parking adjacent to the property and in the nearby residential roads.
Guests can explore the Jurassic Coast whilst enjoying stunning walks in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and The South West Coast Path. The Donkey Sanctuary, Crealy and Seaton Tramway are all nearby for fun filled days with the kids. There are a wide range of activities nearby, from Paddleboarding and water skiing to Golf at Sidmouth Golf Club. Sidmouth and the nearby local towns have a wealth of independent boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, including Otterton Mill and The Pig at Combe.
Facts & Features
- Cooker & Hob
- Fridge/ freezer
- DVD Player
- iPod Dock
- Washing Machine
- Central Heating
- Bathroom Towels
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen
- Tumble Dryer
- King Size Bed Available
- Walk In Shower
- Welcome Hamper
- Walking Distance to Beach
- Walking Distance to Supermarket
- Walking Distance to Town Centre
- Walking Distance to Pub
Quality In Tourism Grading
- 4 Star Orange
Clean, Safe & Legal
- Clean, Safe & Legal
Travel information to Devon
By car: From the A3052 Exeter to Lyme Regis road at the Bowd Inn take the B3175 turning towards Sidmouth.
By bus: From Exeter bus station take number 9 bus to Sidmouth Triangle. Approximately 50 minutes.
By train: The closest train station is Honiton. Approximately 15 minutes away.
By plane: The closest airport is Exeter International. Approximately 30 minutes
Local taxi company: Peak Taxis Sidmouth