Number Three is an attractive period property which has been modernised throughout with a well presented light and co-ordinated look. The property is located in a quiet area close to the river and park and has a path close by leading to the town.
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
Number Three is a charming, semi-detached cottage in a lovely quiet area of Sidmouth on the edge of The Byes. A 10-15 minute walk down through the picturesque Byes National Trust riverside park leads to the town and seafront or walk from the door to join the South West Coast Path via beautiful woodland. Enjoy a wealth of independent shops, cafes and restaurants right from your doorstep, and explore the nearby towns along the Jurassic Coast such as Exmouth, Budleigh & Lyme Regis.
The private entrance leads into the open plan comfortably furnished sitting room with views over the front pretty cottage garden. A wall separates the well equipped kitchen with itegrated appliances and dining area to the rear.
Stairs lead from the dining area to two light airy bedrooms.
Bedroom 1: The master bedroom has a king size bed and an outlook over the front garden and down The Byes.
Bedroom 2: The second bedroom has twin beds and an outlook over the River Sid below.
There is a bathroom with a walk-in shower, separate bath, washbasin, WC and a heated towel rail.
At the back of the cottage there is a pretty courtyard with seating for four guests and plenty of space for a BBQ or drying beach towels.
Parking: There is off road private parking for 1 car at the front of the property.
EV charging: There is an EV charging point available as an extra for £25/week, please request this when booking.
Nearby attractions include the Norman Lockyer observatory, River Cottage HQ, The Donkey Sanctuary, Otterton Mill, Stuart Line Cruises, Seaton Tramway and RSPB Nature reserves. There are also delicious restaurants to taste the best of the South West Produce such as The Pea Green Boat, The Pig at Combe, The River Exe Cafe and Lympstone Manor.
Facts & Features
- Cooker & Hob
- Fridge/ freezer
- Smart TV
- Washing Machine
- Central Heating
- Car Parking
- Bathroom Towels
- Iron & ironing board
- Hair Dryer
- Bed Linen
- Tumble Dryer
- King Size Bed Available
- Walk In Shower
- Electric Car Charging Point Option
- Welcome Hamper
- Walking Distance to Beach
- Walking Distance to Supermarket
- Walking Distance to Town Centre
- Walking Distance to Pub
No. of Pets
- High Chair
- Travel Cot
- Stair Gate
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