Cottage / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 3

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Our pretty cob cottage is centrally located amongst other character properties in the picturesque village Sidbury, just 2.5 miles from Sidmouth Town. The cottage offers the discerning holidaymaker high quality accommodation that includes a cosy lounge/dining room and well equipped kitchen. Great care has been taken to retain character features and furnish and decorate the property in a characterful style.

* Two Bedrooms (1double, 1 single)

* New fitted Kitchen

* New fitted Bathroom with shower (no bath)

* Garden with far reaching views

* GasCentral Heating and gas-effect wood burning stove

* Characterful lounge furnished in traditional cottage style

* WiFi internet access

* Flat screen TV with Freeview digital channels

* Bright kitchen equipped with everything you will need for a comfortable stay

* A small sunny garden where you can relax and enjoy the distant views

Size Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 shower room
Check in time: 14:00
Check out time: 10:00
Nearest beach Sidmouth 2.5 km
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Exeter Airport 12 km, Nearest railway: Honiton 9 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Furniture Double Beds (1), Single Beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair available
Outdoors Private garden
Access Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details outdoors

Our cottage has a small sun-trap garden with decked and shingled seating areas where you can sit and enjoy the far reaching views of the Valley at breakfast or and a glass or two in the evening.The garden is planted with shurbs, perenials and pretty hanging baskets. There are also various herbs which you are welcome to use in your cooking.

Further details


Payment to be made by cheque - 30% deposit upon booking, balance payable 4 weeks prior to rental. If booking is less than 6 weeks before rental period full payment will be required on confirmation of booking.

The keys to the cottage will be posted to you once full payment has been received.


The cottage will be ready from 2.30 p.m. on your day of arrival. Departure by 10 a.m. please.


As with many village properties street parking is available outside the property on a first come, first served basis. There is free parking always available in the village car park (less than 2 minutes walk away).

The England region

If you enjoy walking, you will love this area - the East Devon Way passes our front door inviting you to enjoy some of England's finest coastal, field and woodland paths, a walker's paradise! You're on the doorstep of Britain's longest and most popuar National Trail - The South West Coast Path.

Whether you take a short stroll, or stride out on the cliff tops, you can find your own piece of this special coastline. High cliffs and pebble-strewn shores, rolling hills cut by sparkling rivers and flower-filled, wooded valleys - East Devon is endlessly enjoyable.

The lush green rolling hills are a feast for the eyes. The fields are divided by high hedgerows full of wild flowers. The deep lanes with hedgerows high on either side are an experience in themselves. No fast cars here because it's often single file - but oh so pretty!

Visit Devon in May when wild flowers are at their best. You will find a host of wild flowers in the fields, wild hyacinth and bluebells in the more shaded areas and woods.

This part of Devon enjoys its own mild mirco climate, and has record sunshine hours during the summer months.


Cherry Tree Cottage is ideally situated for enjoying both coast and countryside. Sidbury is a picturesque floral village with many listed and character cottages. It has beautiful little church with one of the few remaining Saxon crypts. The village has a butcher/general store, public house, and soon to open restaurant. You will find a large Tesco on the outskirts of Honiton and Waitrose is just over a mile away in Sidford.

The Blue Ball at Sidford, a beautiful thatched public house and the Hare and Hounds at Potts Corner, Sidbury are two of the finest local pubs. The carvery at the Hare and Hounds is superb!

Sidmouth's attraction lies not only in the unspoilt town but also in the natural beauty of the coastline, countryside and the gardens which more than once have earned it the 'Britain in Bloom' award.
The area is one of Britain's loveliest, for just relaxing, or touring the local area. Sidmouth is just 2.5 miles drive from Sidbury and with its character buildings and imposing red cliffs it is a quintessentially traditional seaside town retaining much of its old world charm. You will find an abundance of individual shops, eateries and coffee shops to enjoy. In fact, the town has every amenity you could require including, cinema, theatre, indoor swimming pool, cricket club, nearby golf, horse-riding and much more.

Sidmouth Folk Weeks begins on the first Saturday in August, and attracts visitors from around the world. Events take place all around the town and seafront and has an amazing atmosphere.

Just few miles east is the lovely resort of Lyme Regis with its beautiful beaches, individual shops, galleries and fossil shops. Now designated 'A World Heritage Site' the Jurassic coast stretches along Lyme Bay. Join an organised fossil hunt along the beach. Full details from the Tourist Information office in Lyme.

Excellent public transport networks serve the entire area - from Exeter, right along the coast to Poole in Dorset. There is a bus stop a stone's throw from the cottage.

The picturesque fishing village of Beer is close by with its Quarry Caves well worth visiting. Branscombe, one of England's longest villages, has a Norman Church and a footpath leading through fields to the sea.

Honiton, in the other direction is 'heaven' for antique and curiosity hunters. If you are interested in antiques, Honiton offers hours of browsing, a wide range of individual shops, tea rooms, and cosy pubs and of course the twice weekly street market. You will also find a Leisure Centre with tennis courts and swimming pool and an 18 hole golf course is just on the edge of the town. Locally there are excellent pubs and restaurants offering good value lunches and evening meals.

A 20 minute drive or by a short train ride from Honiton brings you to the City of Exeter - a must for visitors and shoppers. From the stunning Cathedral surrounding by coffee shops and eateries, to its Historic Quayside, all the best bits are within walking distance. Exeter has an excellent range of shops including the Princess Hay Shopping Centre and a brand spanking new John Lewis store.