Grade II listed delightful & historic cottage set in the heart of Sidbury yet close to the Jurassic coast. Comfortable cottage but modern style finish and newly refurbished throughout. WiFi with smart TV & freeview in the sitting room and main bedroom. Lovely home to make a short break or longer holiday truly enjoyable
“Very well appointed cottage in a charming village location. A good base from which to explore the South Devon coast and within easy reach of Exeter. We found the property comfortable and spacious. It was a cosy retreat and almost everything had been provided for. The pub was friendly and barely 30m from the door. Buses stopped at the end of the road and semed very reliable. Parking was on-street and we parked nearby without any problem. The addition of TVs in all bedrooms was a useful extra. The instructions were pretty comprehensive and there was good local knowledge available too. Despite the storm we remained nicely cocooned inside. We will certainly keep the cottage in mind in future and would definitely recommend it.”
A comfy space for one person, with a full size single day bed, private use of shower room. Welcome to use our kitchen/dining room. We also have 1 adult, 1 puppy cocker spaniels. 20 min walk to the sea/shops/restaurants etc or 5 min drive. You can walk along paths by the River Sid through the National Trust area of The Byes, only suitable in daylight as the area is not lit. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16yrs or pets ALSO LISTED ON AIR BNB “DOUBLE ROOM IN SIDMOUTH IN QUIET RESIDENTIAL ROAD”
“I received a lovely warm welcome from Carla and Martin and the two dogs. The location was ideal for my visit to Sidmouth and it was handy to be able to walk into Sidmouth or catch the bus. The same bus will also take you one to Exeter, or certain ones will go to Honiton in the other direction. Carla provided a good range of cereals, fruit, yoghurt for breakfast which set me up for the day.”
Sidmouth lies on the Jurassic coast in East Devon. It is surrounded by wonderful countryside giving access to glorious shingle/sandy beaches, red sandstone cliffs, the River Sid valley, coastal woodland and open heathland. The small town is delightful with a variety of independent shops, many cafes and restaurants, a museum, theatre and cinema (showing all live transmissions) and an indoor swimming pool . We are a town of Festivals and love to welcome people with a wide diversity of interests.
“We had a relaxing stay at oak cottage enjoying the lovely views over Sidmouth and soaking in the very comfortable bath. Jill was very friendly and met us on arrival to welcome us to the annexe and was on hand if needed without being intrusive. The annexe is peaceful and comfortable and with its own entrance feels like a private country cottage. The location is great as it’s short scenic walk into the town passing a pretty park and river. We would stay again at Oak cottage and recommend to others.”