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Weston Bay Resort, Sidmouth, Devon

Weston Bay Resort
Weston
Sidmouth
Devon

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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 valleys, history, tales of smuggling days, fossils on the beach, old-fashioned villages, seaside towns, modern cities and so much more.
Weston Bay is an ideal touring base for the whole of the southwest. Dorset is just a twenty five minute drive, Somerset is about half an hour and Cornwall about an hour and a quarter away and of course you are already in Devon.
We are close to road, rail and air links to the rest of Great Britain and Europe.
Why not try us for a short break, a week, or a longer holiday. Like others you may come to love the area so much that you will want to buy one of our newly refurbished holiday bungalows to enjoy anytime you wish.
Renting our luxury 4 and 5 star bungalows at Weston Bay Resort is an experiance to cherish. Weston Bay, a world away close to home

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