Pay a visit to this charming maritime town on the river Exe where you’ll find traditional inns, elegant architecture and a historic waterfront.
Not far from Sidmouth, on a Devon ridge-way, there’s a beautiful spot for a woodland stroll, made all the more interesting by its links with our Iron Age ancestors.
On a hot August Bank Holiday we discovered East Devon’s ‘Secret Garden’ – a perfect place to unwind and escape from bustling seaside resorts.
It’s worth seeking out this revitalised café which has one of the best seaside locations on the South Devon coast.
The Cobb is Lyme Regis’ most famous sea wall, but there’s another, less well known one, that’s worth seeking out.
The bluebells were out in full force when we were in Devon for the early May bank holiday weekend. Their splashes of colour confirm that warm weather is finally on its way.
You can’t miss the arrival of spring in the Sid Valley when hundreds of thousands of bulbs burst into flower. And there’s an unusual story behind the cheerful displays.
Which of Sidmouth’s many cafés and coffee shops are we most likely to head for when it’s time for elevensies or afternoon tea?
Half the fun of a holiday is in the anticipation and we often use Pinterest to help us picture our next trip. Maybe some of the pins on our West Country boards will inspire your next holiday too.
Chandler’s Cottage is the new name for Sundowner Cottage, and, apart from its brand new web site, everything else stays the same.