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Hunters Moon Hotel

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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 browse amongst fine regency architecture and many interesting shops. Relax in the award-winning public gardens, or perhaps stroll along the elegant esplanade.

Sidmouth enjoys two beaches, separated by low water rock pools. Both children and adults will appreciate the golden sands and safe bathing. Above all Sidmouth will welcome you with its unique charm and timeless quality.

Hunters Moon is a family-run, early Georgian residence set in two acres of wooded lawns. It is positioned approximately ten minutes level walk from the sea front and shops. The hotel lies alongside a beautiful National Trust walk following the River Sid. The grounds offer seclusion in which to sit and relax with refreshments available throughout the day.

Hunters Moon is a friendly, informal hotel where you can unwind and enjoy your holiday. All twenty-one bedrooms are tastefully decorated and enjoy private facilities, telephone, television and tea making. Three ground-floor rooms have facilities for the less mobile with garden balconies.

The Hunters Moon makes an ideal base for exploring the picturesque Devon countryside and numerous historic towns and villages. One can travel from the wild beauty of Dartmoor and Exmoor to the landscaped splendour of Bicton Gardens.

A holiday at Hunters Moon will leave you relaxed and refreshed by the charm and tranquillity of Devon.

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