Location   Sidmouth is a beautiful & historic coastal town with many excellent facilities, restaurants, gardens and lovely countryside walks and it is great for a relaxing holiday. SEASCAPE is only 200m from the seafront and a 2 minutes walk into the  town centre…

Travel

 

By Car:
Sidmouth is 165 miles from London and 13 miles from the M5, exit 30 (then follow A3052). The average journey time is approximately 3½ hours from London .

By Rail:
Fast trains from the North, Midlands and London (Paddington) to Exeter St. Davids. Journey time from London is 2 hours 30 minutes. There is also a service from London ( Waterloo ) to Honiton. Journey time is 3 hours.  (Honiton 15km away)

By Air:
Direct flights to Exeter from Dublin (1¼ hours) and Belfast (1¼ hours). Exeter Airport is located approx. 20 minutes from Sidmouth. (15km)

Distances

We are in the heart of Sidmouth a 5 minute walk to the shops & restaurants and 6 miles from the charming fishing village of Beer , where you can eat breakfast on the beach during the summer months. Sidmouth is 17 miles from Lyme Regis and approximately 15 miles from the cathedral city of Exeter

How to get there

The nearest airport to Sidmouth is Exeter International Airport , approximately 15 minutes drive or taxi journey away.

Easily found by road (please ask us for details), or 10 miles from nearest rail station.

Activities near Sidmouth  
Sports:
Tennis
Golf
Fishing
Great for:
Walking holidays
Rural / countryside pursuits
Beach or riverside relaxation
Cycling holidays
Coast/Beach
There are some beautiful beaches in the area, including Sidmouth, Branscombe, Budleigh Salterton and Lyme Regis.
Further details
We are a 30 minute drive from Axminster where Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall has a local produce store and canteen, there are also many other great pubs and restaurants in the area.
   

 
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Sidmouth Area

The floral coastal resort town of Sidmouth nestles between Peak Hill to the West and Salcombe Hill to the East, and has retained its timeless elegance and charm.

It is a delightful holiday location with spectacular views from the cliffs either side of the town. It’s two beaches are safe for bathing, sailing or fishing.

Sidmouth is a perfect place to relax, and offers a variety of activities including tennis, golf, bowls and swimming.

It is renowned for its floral beauty with gardens such as Connaught Gardens providing a spectacular setting with the sea as a backdrop.

Sidmouth is also famous for its annual International Festival of Folk Arts - a week of song and dance from entertainers around the world.  

There is plenty to see and do in the vicinity, explore Exmoor, Dartmoor, Lyme Regis, Torquay, Salcombe, Dartmouth , Dawlish and Exmouth are a short drive away. Seaton Tramway, Bicton Park and Gardens, Escot Gardens Park & Maze, The Donkey Sanctuary.  

   

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