A charming cottage located in the heart of Sidmouth town centre within a short level walk of the lovely individual shops, restaurants, pubs and of course the beach with its long esplanade. The cottage has been completely refurbished to a very high standard with quality furnishings and tasteful colour schemes throughout. The owner has given much time and care to provide a top quality holiday cottage which is a real delight to spend time in.
ACCOMMODATION: Comfortably furnished living room with feature fireplace and gas wood burner effect fire. Very well equipped kitchen with quality appliances and equipment. Back door to really pretty enclosed rear courtyard with patio furniture, a real suntrap for the afternoon and evening sun. From the kitchen, stairs lead to the first floor. Beautiful and spacious double bedroom with some fitted bedroom furniture. Tiled white bathroom suite with shower over bath, wc and hand basin. On the second floor there is another spacious twin bedroom, with lovely views over the roof tops, this room does have sloping ceilings!
The cottage does not have its own private parking space but there are some roads nearby where there is unrestricted roadside parking. You can however pull up to unload in front of the cottage. There is a large long stay car park about a 10 minute walk along the seafront, where you can purchase a weekly ticket for £23.00
27 - Sept -13 - It's been such a pleasure staying at this delightful cottage. The welcome goodies so appreciated after a long drive! The location of Seagull Cottage is perfect for exploring Sidmouth and for the coastal path walk. It's so comfortable and well-equipped. Really looking forward to a return visit. Christine, Oxford.
20 - Sept - 13 - A lovely cottage. We had an enjoyable time as usual in beautiful Sidmouth. Jane & John, Eastbourne.
30 - Aug - 13 - Thank you for a wonderful week. The cottage is lovely, the attention to detail in the finish made a huge difference. The location close to town and beach is perfect and the sunny weather was a blessing for our 25th Wedding Anniversary. Parking tip - for free parking go over the Ford, turn right then take 2nd right into Salcombe Hill Road. This is about a 4 minutes walk away. Taylor Family, Hartley Wintney.
09 - Aug - 13 - We loved staying here thank you. We appreciated the welcome supplies, the helpful instructions and we loved the decor - it's beautifully done. We had a great week - brilliantly convenient for the festival. Sue and Andy, Portsmouth.
20 - July - 13 - We had a wonderful week in warm and sunny Sidmouth! We enjoyed the narrow roads and lazy days on the beach. Fredriksson family, Sweden.
18 - July - 13 - Lovely house! We enjoyed staying here. We hope to come back in the future! Viola and Kristina, Switzerland.
28 - June - 13 - We were very happy with this lovely cottage and hope to come back. Anna, Italy.
16 - June - 13 - I liked this house very much, it's very pretty! I love the colours and the rooms. Gioia, Italy.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Exeter 15 km, Nearest railway: Exeter or Honiton 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
By seeking your ideal self catering holiday cottage in Sidmouth for your holiday or just an short break escape, you have arguably chosen the jewel in East Devon's crown. Sidmouth is a fine, unspoilt Regency coastal resort, with many splendid period buildings, combined with a peaceful and tranquil air.
Nestled beneath the majestic red cliffs and the fertile hills of the Sid Valley, Regency Sidmouth boasts over 500 listed buildings dispersed along meandering streets. An award-winning floral town, Sidmouth has its own, highly respected theatre, a cinema, and a bustling esplanade and hosts a number of open-air summer concerts.
The heart of the town is busy and attractive and it is well worth browsing amongst the range of quality shops and listed buildings. The esplanade overlooks a pebble beach and tranquil seaside activities. To the western end a jutting sandstone promontory, surmounted by Jacob's Ladder and the impressive floral display of Connaught Garrdens, separates the Esplanade from the mile log beach of sea-washed sand at Western Beach.
With sports facilities - including a indoor swimming pool, sailing, windsurfing, tennis, bowls, croquet, cricket and golf - in the quiet serenity of the town's well maintained parks and gardens, Sidmouth offers a variety of interests to all visitor - young and old.
August sees the charming Sidmouth Folk Week in full swing with local bands and amateur performers taking over hotel lounges, pubs and pavements. Participation is welcomed - in fact it is actively encouraged!
The resort was very fashionable in the 1800s ad was visited by Queen Victoria in her youth as well as the Grand Duchess of Russia in 1831. Today it is a sheltered suntrap, ideal for visitors of all ages, with great shopping, beautiful beaches and a charm of its own.
By choosing Sidmouth, you're on the doorstep of Britain's longest and most popular National Trail - The South West Coast Path. The Path is well signed and easy to follow and passes picturesque harbours, dramatic headlands, tranquil estuaries and secret coves.