Sidmouth - The Sunshine Coast
- Duration: 5 days
- Board Basis: Half Board
- Tour Ref: D2TANG3206
- Travel Type: Coach
- Excursions: 4
5 Day - Tour number AB9057
Enjoy a break in the seaside town of Sidmouth with striking red cliffs dominating the town and a Regency style esplanade overlooking the beach.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 Morning departure to Sidmouth and to the hotel for a four night stay.
Day 2 Coast drive to the picturesque village of Beer for a visit before continuing onto Seaton for lunch. Then join the famous Seaton Electric Tramway for a return journey to the village of Colyton through the scenic Axe Valley. On returning to Seaton, you will then make your way back to Sidmouth.
Day 3 A visit to the Donkey Sanctuary, the largest in the world for a coffee stop before travelling to the Bicton Botanical Gardens, featuring grade 1 listed woodland gardens, historic formal gardens, the Palm House, restaurant, museum and shop. Also we have included a ride on the Bicton Woodland Railway which takes you round 1.5 miles of the park.
Day 4 After breakfast depart for a memorable day out at the World of Country Life, Exmouth. You can hand feed a Deer or a Llama, watch an exhilarating birds of prey flying display, take a walk down a Victorian Street, wonder at all the memorabilia from the war and times gone by, see the vehicles used in the filming of Downton Abbey & Mr Selfridge and watch a hilarious ferret racing event - World of Country Life Exmouth a truly memorable day out!
Day 5 Breakfast, then commence the homeward journey.
Included in costIncluded in Cost
● Coach travel ● porterage ● 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast ● return journey on the Seaton Tramway ● entrance to Bicton Botanical Gardens and ride on railway ● entrance to the World of Country Life Exmouth ● complimentary morning coffee and biscuits ● complimentary tea and cake in afternoons
Courtesy of Seaton TramwayCourtesy of Seaton Tramway
Courtesy of Bicton Botanical GardensCourtesy of Bicton Botanical Gardens
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