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Popular Places

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"The Donkey Sanctuary in Sidmouth, Devon is open 365 days a year. There are hundreds of donkeys waiting to meet you here so take a glimpse of what our little corner of Devon has to offer."

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

"Spanning nearly 300 years of horticultural history, these magnificent grade 1 listed gardens are set in Devon picturesque Otter Valley,[...] including historic glasshouses, a countryside museum, the Bicton Woodland Railway train ride, nature trail, maze, mini golf, indoor and outdoor children’s play complexes, restaurant and shop."

Sidmouth Museum

"Sidmouth Museum has something for everyone. Jurassic Coast exhibits, relics from Sidmouth's early history, memorabilia of famous past residents, lace display, prints, paintings and photographs, costumes, literary connections, & much more. "

Norman Lockyer Observatory

"The Norman Lockyer Observatory is both a historical observatory and home to an active amateur astronomical society. It is a centre for amateur astronomy, meteorology, radio astronomy, and the promotion of science education.

Ladram Bay Holiday Park

"Tucked away in the picturesque countryside overlooking the historic Jurassic Coast, Ladram Bay is the Devon seaside holiday park with something for everyone. Previously voted by customers as the WINNER of Best Holiday Park in Britain, we are one of the largest, privately owned holiday parks in Devon.

The Victoria Hotel

"With outstanding views of Lyme Bay, The Victoria Hotel is a gem - a luxury hotel which sets new standards in 4 star hotel accommodation."

The Belmont Hotel

"A peaceful haven from the bustle of everyday life, the Belmont Hotel stands at the western end of Sidmouth's sunny esplanade."

Royal York & Faulkner Hotel

"The Royal York and Faulkner Hotel is a magnificent Regency Hotel with an unrivalled position on Sidmouth’s elegant Esplanade. Guests can enjoy glorious sea-views from balconies offering uninterrupted views of Sidmouth beach, Lyme Bay and the red rock Jurassic cliffs of East Devon’s coastline."


"Located at the heart of Sidmouth’s Regency Esplanade, the Elizabeth is in a stunning location looking out over the red sandstone cliffs of the World Heritage Coast."

The Kingswood & Devoran Hotel

"A hotel with bags of Victorian character, modern comforts and stunning sea views, the Kingswood has been under the same family ownership for over 60 years."


"One of Sidmouth seafront oldest and most historic buildings yet with contemporary touches and modern amenities. Dukes is open all day every day to eat, drink or stay."

Sidmouth Hotels

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