Timeless Sidmouth is a jewel in Devonshire’s crown.Rugged shoreline meets Regency history, and rolling green countryside beckons beyond. Cream teas, botanical gardens, heritage trams and retail therapy,this tour has it all.
Delightful Sidmouth is a town caught still in a timeless charm, according to Poet Laureate John Betjeman.
Set between rolling Devonshire countryside and rugged Jurassic red rock coastline, it promises fine beaches, lovingly-tended gardens, coastal walks, friendly shops even one of the few remaining family owned department stores in the country with service as it used to be.
Its the perfect spot for unwinding, recharging, and exploring. Enjoy all the delights Sidmouth has to offer whilst relaxing at the wonderful hotel.
A visit to the perfectly landscaped Bicton Park Botanical Gardens, will simply clear the mind and recharge the soul.
The Seaton Tramway offers a fascinating three-mile ride back in time on narrow gauge heritage trams from the World Heritage site of Seaton to Colyton, dubbed Devons most rebellious town for its part in the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685.
A visit to Honiton, historically famous for its lace, finds us embarking on a journey into the Allhallows Museum of Lace and Local Antiquities, rounding off our delightful Devonian adventure.
Entrance to the Bicton Park Botanical Gardens.
A ride on the Seaton Tram.
Visit to Honiton and the Allhallows Museum of Lace and Local Antiquities.
4 nights hotel stay on half board. Dinner will be 5 courses including coffee.
This hotel has panoramic views, luxurious décor and an excellent reputation.
First class service, hospitality and a fabulous selection of leisure facilities including a putting green and a swimming pool are all at your disposal.
The hotel has a lift.
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