Best self-catering stays in SidmouthA round-up of self-catering accommodation in the East Devon resort
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The Regency seaside town of Sidmouth nestles beneath the iconic red sandstone cliffs at the gateway to the Jurassic Coast. With its stunning Channel views and beautiful coastal walks, it’s an ideal base for a staycation. All these establishments are rated by VisitEngland and the AA.
A short walk from the seafront and town centre, Littlecourt Cottages form part of a Regency property built in 1798 for the Duke and Duchess of St Albans. The five luxurious cottages range in size from one to three bedrooms.
Close to a thatched farmhouse dating back to the 16th-century, the self-catering holiday cottages at Dunscombe Manor have been created from converted barns and farm buildings, and furnished to the highest standard.
The three luxury self-catering suites at Bulverton House offer a range of flexible accommodation for couples or families. Located a short walk from the beach, each suite also benefits from a private courtyard garden.
Within a 1930s building opposite the cricket ground, Torbay View is a second-floor apartment with sea views and a private balcony. A few minutes’ walk from the town centre, it offers spacious accommodation for up to six people.
Core House Cottages
A stylish barn conversion only five minutes’ drive from Sidmouth town centre, Core House Cottages offer stunning views of the Sid Valley. Furnished to a high standard with an open-plan living/dining area, the properties are contemporary and comfortable.
A five-minute level walk to the seafront, town centre, shops and restaurants, Mulberry Cottage is a stylish townhouse in a quiet residential area. A lovely rear garden with a large lawn and shaded patio makes for a restful retreat.
These charming one- and two-bedroom cottages are located on the outskirts of Sidmouth. Ground level properties boasting open-plan designs and peaceful gardens with patios, Leigh Cottages are close to the coastal path and the famous donkey sanctuary.