Sidmouth, South Devon
On the east Devon coast in south west England about 15 miles south east of Exeter. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and is on the Jurassic Coast world heritage site and the South West coast path, a long distance footpath that skirts almost all of the coast in the West Country of England. Sidmouth has many independent retailers, including a surprisingly big department store. There are several pubs, restaurants, coffee houses and tea rooms. The town also boasts an indoor swimming pool, a college, sports hall, cinema, and golf course. Of particular note is the museum. A very carefully selected accumulation of local memorabilia, artefacts, and geological samples provides a comprehensive and fascinating picture of the area's geology and history.
Once a relatively small fishing village and failed port, Sidmouth became a fashionable resort for the gentry in the early 19th century. The town's numerous fine Georgian and Regency villas and mansions are now mostly hotels, but have lost none of their charm in the conversion.
Offers an enormous variety in its 500 and more events. You can sit in the concerts letting some of the top names in folk entertain you, or get up and dance to some of the best bands around. If you want to learn more about folk songs, dances, music and stories, Whether you prefer Irish fiddle or Northumbrian pipes, hurdy-gurdy or electric guitar, beautiful traditional ballad singing or passionate Morris or North-West Clog, Sidmouth has it all and more.
Arrive Sidmouth 12.15 approx. Arriving and dropping at the sea front
Depart Sidmouth -17.00
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.