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Highlights in Sidmouth
- Beautiful beaches
- Fishing village
- Heavenly shores
- Seaside town
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Sidmouth is a picturesque UK seaside town, surrounded by beautiful beaches and elegant accommodation and recreation options. Holiday rentals in this area are privileged as they have wonderful views of the sea, as well as having quick and easy access to the beaches. In this city, you can find accommodation in the most spectacular areas of all: the coast. From the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to Devon, you will have the possibility to stay surrounded by nature.Holiday rentals next to picturesque coasts
This majestic city was born as a fishing village and during the 18th and 19th centuries it had important popularity for its spas and coastal constructions; many lettings today maintain the infrastructure of that time, preserving their colonial and fishing essence combined with the elegance and sophistication of modernity. The holiday rentals provide a charming and timeless feeling, ideal for enjoying a family holiday, surrounded by the sea, nature and fun. You will find rental options for the whole family, with capacity for 4, 6 or 8 people, private pools, extensive gardens and terraces and balconies with beautiful views.
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The area and getting around
Without a doubt, Sidmouth's main attraction is its clean beach waters, suitable for practicing numerous water sports such as swimming, sailing and windsurfing. Jacob's Ladder Beach is particularly famous for family activities, this beach has a long wooden staircase that leads Jacob to the top of the cliffs at Connaught Gardens. From there you can enjoy an astonishing panoramic view of the coast.A city with a lot of variety of landscapes
Sidmoth is not all beaches. It is such a picturesque city that it offers variety in its landscapes. On the southwest coast of the Jurassic Coast, you will find an exhibition of colours produced by beautiful flower gardens, buildings with picturesque facades, statuary, ship ports and secret alleys.
Travellers and activities
Sidmouth has it all! Many of the attractions that can be found are perfect for families of all ages to enjoy. Sidmouth proudly remembers the history of the Regency, so the city is brimming with places to spend the day learning about the region, whether you're in your ten or seventy years! You can visit the city museum, explore the places that Queen Victoria visited when she was, or dig on the beach in search of lost treasures and dinosaurs. You can spend the day exploring the parks, gardens and rural areas, having picnics, enjoying the sun or playing outside.Sidmouth for all types of travellers
Whether you go to the coast to spend as much time as possible near the water, or if you are more inclined to art and want to enjoy arts and crafts events; or if you want to relax in the middle of paradisiacal areas, everything can be done in Sidmouth. From the Port Royal Marina in Sidmouth, you can explore the coast, set sail on tourist boats, sailing or fishing; kayaking, bodyboarding or rowing; or if you prefer, you can go to the Sidmouth Folk Festival or the Sidmouth Walking Festival; or you can also
The city has two coastlines, two national parks, a UNESCO biosphere reserve, a UNESCO geopark and a UNESCO world heritage site.
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Enjoy a pleasant guided hike through extensive and beautiful fields on the Sidmouth coast alongside the fabulous llamas as you delight in an astonishing panoramic view. Suitable for all ages, at Peak Hill Llamas you can tour the countryside while learning all about the life of these animals, with the opportunity to interact with them while walking comfortably up the hill. At the end of the tour, you can enjoy cakes and cold drinks, facing the sea.2. Tour the caves of the beer quarry
Beer Quarry Caves has a history that dates back 2,000 years. Since then, it worked for the extraction of beer stone using traditional methods that have been preserved over the years in a practically intact way. You will have the opportunity to tour these caves for an hour, admiring the impressive vaulted ceilings and beer stone pillars so majestic that they look like underground cathedrals.3. Enjoy art at Kennaway House
If you are an art lover, Kennaway House is an ideal destination for you. It is famous among tourists for its art exhibitions, craft fairs, and parties. It is a beautiful mansion built in 1805. The historical environment that it contains gives it an important cultural wealth, being that it is currently a mansion directed for the benefit of the community. Kennaway House is a wonderful event venue, offering a variety of rooms with a wide range of uses.4. Have fun at Donkey Sanctuary
No trip to Devon is complete without visiting The Donkey Sanctuary. It is located near Sidmouth and is an organization that provides protection against the mistreatment of donkeys and mules throughout the world. In the sanctuary you can carry out multiple activities such as walks and talks, there is much to explore with your own herd. You will be able to acquire thematic gifts for the activity, such as stuffed animals, cards, games, donkey covers, and a myriad of items that for each purchase you make a contribution to the foundation.5.Get to know the Nilorman Lockyer observatory
The Norman Lockyer Observatory is a classic vintage observatory where you can enjoy a wonderful guided tour to learn about its facilities and operation. You can also enjoy the view of the city that offers the height of the location of the observatory and as if that were not enough, the main dish, you can see the stars through its incredible telescope.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Sidmouth
How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Sidmouth last year?
Sidmouth has an average price of £179 per night, which is a relatively high one among the neighbourhoods in the United Kingdom.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Sidmouth?
Those who want to save as much as possible should visit Sidmouth in April, May, and June the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £139, £147, and £151 per night, respectively, based on prices from the previous year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sidmouth?
Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Sidmouth was January, with an average price of £227 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of £218, and February, with £208.
Is it necessary to plan a trip to Sidmouth well in advance?
It is recommended that you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Sidmouth, as only 19% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
January, November, and February are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 36%, 34% and 30%. However, even during the months when availability is the highest, the average is 33%. It would be a good idea to always book a little in advance to be sure to find the rental of your dreams.
When are fewer lettings available?
The month with the highest average number of booked rentals is June (only 4% of properties were available on average in the previous year). Followed by July (5%), and August (6%). During these three months, availability is really low (5%). Due to this, it is a good idea to reserve as soon as possible.
How many lettings are available in Sidmouth?
Holidu collaborates with 9 different partners to give you an inventory to choose between 200 properties we have in Sidmouth.