Things to do

Sidmouth Village

Sidmouth is a picturesque coastal village nestled along the stunning Jurassic Coast in Devon.

Sidmouth Village

Known for its timeless elegance and captivating natural beauty, Sidmouth offers a quintessential British seaside experience. The village is characterised by its charming Regency and Victorian architecture, beautifully landscaped gardens, and a tranquil esplanade overlooking the sea. Sidmouth’s pebble beach and dramatic cliffs provide a scenic backdrop for leisurely walks and relaxation by the water. The town’s rich history is evident in its quaint streets, historic buildings, and cultural attractions, such as the Sidmouth Museum. Visitors can indulge in cream teas, explore independent boutiques, and enjoy panoramic vistas from the iconic Connaught Gardens. With its old-world charm, coastal allure, and access to the fascinating geological wonders of the Jurassic Coast, Sidmouth offers a delightful blend of heritage and natural splendour for those seeking a serene escape along the English coastline.

Getting there

Opting for a car journey is advisable when heading to Sidmouth, as the village is conveniently located just a brief drive away. Follow Houndbeare lane and Oak road to Aylesbeare. Continue on Aylesbeare. Take Brookvale and B3176 to New street in Sidmouth. Continue on New street drive to Dove lane.

What to pack

When visiting Sidmouth Village, it’s a good idea to pack a few essentials to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience.

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