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Tel code: 01395 | code search
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Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
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Salty Monk
"Although some may think it a bias review, being from Sidmouth, however I had to reply to the review by sheila sillick. I can only think she was confused and ..." More

Blue Ball
"I have not visited this restaurant yet, but, I have spoken to the management including Sarah who was more than helpful. I have made a provisional booking for 40 ..." More

Salty Monk
"In view of its two AA rosettes, I expected a rather special meal when I visited The Salty Monk; however, this expectation was sadly misplaced. Ostentation, pretension and ..." More

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Sidford is an attractive village on the River Sid in Devon, home to over two thousand people. There are interesting buildings and a fabulous Norman Pack Horse bridge which spans the River. Artists and photographers have a choice of delightful scenery close by, or just a couple of miles will find the charming seaside town of Sidmouth. Sid Vale Heritage Centre has an interesting story waiting to be shared, or for lovers of the great outdoors whether itís cycling through the picturesque Sid Valley, walking on Mutters Moor, or strolling around the Pecorama Pleasure Gardens where kaleidoscopic flowers dazzle, poses a difficult choice. If more is wished for thereís the model railway, crazy golf and Beer Heights Light Railway which will grant most wishes. Why not take the South West Coastal Path to Branscombe and discover the Old Bakery and Manor Mill, or perhaps the last thatched Forge of itís kind will tempt, itís all here. Or there is always 500 furry reasons to visit the Donkey Sanctuary, for an unforgettable experience and a link back in time thereís the enthralling Beer Quarry Caves, where a tour of the underground labyrinth and a visit to the museum unravels the mysteries of times long past.

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Morag Chacksfield

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Salty Monk

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Blue Ball
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Lavenders Blue (0.15 miles)

Lavenders Blue
Lavenders Blue offers 4 Ground Floor Luxury En -Suite Bedrooms, created for Your comfort and relaxation,furnished in classical English style,equipped with digital TV's Hospitality trays,double size 120cm showers, heated towel rails, white towels etc.

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Salty Monk (0.17 miles)

Salty Monk
This delightful 16C Restaurant with Rooms was originally a Salt House used by the Benedictine Monks who traded Salt at Exeter Cathedral. Set in the unspoilt natural beauty of Devon this area has lots of ... More | visit website
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Bramble House (0.53 miles)

Bramble House

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WALKING DISTANCE TO SIDMOUTH ENCLOSED LAWNED GARDEN IDEAL FOR FAMILY GET TOGETHERS Ė Stunning Sea & countryside views This brand new home sleeping 8/10 persons is situated in Sidmouth with ... More

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Hunters Moon Hotel (1.30 miles)

Hunters Moon Hotel
Sidmouth lies at the heart of the Heritage Coast, nestling between sandstone cliffs on a softly curving bay. Walkers will discover the many coastal and inland paths.

The town itself offers a pleasant place to ... More
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The Groveside Guest House (1.31 miles)

Just 5 minutesí walk from Sidmouth town centre, The Groveside Guest House offers well-appointed rooms and a range of breakfast options. This award-winning Devon guest house provides free parking and WiFi, and includes a garden ... More | visit website
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Woodlands Hotel (1.62 miles)

Woodlands Hotel

A much-loved historic hotel in Sidmouth, gateway to Devonís stunning Jurassic Coast. Youíll find spacious rooms and a tranquil private garden, locally sourced food and delicious craft beers - all just a light stroll from the ... More | visit website

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Dukes (1.79 miles)

Dukes
A lively stylish, yet informal freehouse Inn offering comfortable en-suite rooms many with great sea views. Situated at the heart of Sidmouth town centre and a stone throw away from the beach, we offer great ... More | visit website
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Hotel Riviera (1.83 miles)

Hotel Riviera

The Wharton family has been welcoming guests for over forty years, and the success of the Hotel Riviera is due to our striving for impeccable standards in both accommodation and service. Our policy of continual ... More | visit website

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The Bedford Hotel (1.84 miles)

The Bedford Hotel
The hotel also has comfortable lounges and offers a wide selection of good food and wine in a choice of relaxing surroundings. With rates and terms to suit everyone, the Bedford really is ... More | visit website
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Weston Bay Resort (1.91 miles)

Weston Bay Resort
Weston Bay Resort lies in the Devon countryside overlooking "The Jurassic Coast", England's only natural World Heritage Site right next to the world famous Donkey Sanctuary. In an area surrounded by animals, wooded hills, lush ... More | visit website

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