Chandler’s cottage makes a comfortable base for exploring Sidmouth and South East Devon. Leave your car in the private parking space and savour a more relaxed pace of life.

Take a leisurely 10 to 15 minute stroll along the tree-lined riverside byes into Sidmouth town centre where you’ll find a mix of independant local shops, cafes and restaurants. Then on to the esplanade for a breath of fresh sea air and views along the distinctive red cliffs of the Jurassic Coast.

Sample the catch of the day in one of our local restaurants and then walk back to put your feet up in comfort.

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Places to explore within easy reach of Chandler’s Cottage

Photo: Sidmouth, South Devon

The seaside resort of Sidmouth

Chandler’s holiday cottage is just a 15 minute walk from the heart of Sidmouth where you’ll find plenty of places to shop, eat and drink. Take a stroll along the esplanade with views along the distinctive red Devon coastline.
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Photo: The South West Coast Path

The coast and countryside of South Devon and Dorset

Sidmouth is in the heart of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local attractions include the Donkey Sanctuary; the fishing village of Beer; the Axe Valley tram line and bird reserves; Lyme Regis and Exeter.
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Photo: Haytor on Dartmoor, Devon

Dartmoor, the English Riviera and Somerset

Use Sidmouth as a base for day trips to explore the wild natural beauty of Dartmoor or the popular English Riviera and Paignton Zoo. You’ll find steam trains, model villages and stately homes all within easy reach.
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We have had a wonderful relaxing stay… a quiet location yet within 10 minute walking distance from seafront.

Julia P from Reading

September 2014

The cottage was beautifully appointed and it was a real home from home. We could tell that a lot of thought had gone into every room and aspect of the house. We would definitely stay again and would highly recommend it. 5 stars!

Louisa H from Kent

June 2017

The Byes and village outstanding. Would move to Sidmouth tomorrow!

Angela P from the Isle of Wight

October 2016

…a very comfortable stay in a tastefully decorated cottage.

Ann D from Stoke on Trent

November 2015

Unspoilt town, excellent local scenery, good amenities, a good choice for a relaxed holiday.

Rob K from Burton-on-Trent

October 2013

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