Go self-catering at Chandler’s Cottage and discover Sidmouth and the East Devon Area of Natural Beauty
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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Chandler’s cottage is available to book direct
You can book direct with me, Jo Cunningham, the cottage owner. I’m easy to contact and happy to answer all your questions about holidays in Sidmouth and Chandler’s Cottage. We’ve owned the cottage since 2012 and I grew up nearby so I know this part of the world very well. When you book direct, I promise to give you the best price for your stay – no added booking fees or card processing fees and no hidden extras.
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A couple of ideas for your Sidmouth holiday
This fascinating 16 sided house belongs to the National Trust so you can explore its collections of Grand Tour curiosities and enjoy the views across the Exe estuary.
The charming Devon fishing village of Beer has local pubs, cafes and galleries and is home to the Pecorama model railway centre and gardens as well as 2,000 year old quarry caves.
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Where could a holiday at Chandler’s Cottage take you?
Holidays in the seaside resort of Sidmouth
Chandler’s Cottage is just a 15 minute walk from the heart of Sidmouth where you’ll find plenty of places to shop, eat and drink. Relax on the beach or stroll along the esplanade and take in the views along the distinctive red Devon coastline. You can follow walks from the door to explore the Devon countryside and South West Coast path in our designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Or pay a visit to the friendly donkeys at the Donkey Santuary on the outskirts of the town.
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Day trips from Sidmouth
From Sidmouth you can drive or use our local bus network to explore nearby towns and villages like the fishing village of Beer; Seaton with its Jurassic centre; the Axe Valley tram line and bird reserves; Lyme Regis and Exeter. 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, beautiful gardens and stately homes all within easy reach.
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Reviews and comments from previous guests on their holidays at Chandler’s Cottage:
“There is much to commend at Chandler’s Cottage, not least of which being the attention to detail and quality which pervades. Reassuring to see such a thoughtful approach with a host of extras provided, ranging from an extensive reading library to fishing nets! The open-plan configuration is ideally suited for holiday letting.”
Absolutely beautiful cottage. So much care, attention and thought has gone into every aspect of it – giving your guests the “ultimate stay”. It is a pleasure to stay here. The welcome hamper was very much appreciated… our stay was over far too quickly leaving me with one regret – that we couldn’t stay longer!
We had a lovely time enjoying Sidmouth and the surrounding area… watching the fireworks, eating hot donuts during the regatta, sitting outside Dukes pub wrapped in blankets eating a lovely meal