Sidling Field B&B Sidmouth - Sidmouth is a perfect place to relax
Sidling Field is a three bedroomed bungalow on the outskirts of Sidmouth, about 12 minutes walk from the seafront. There is a large garden at the back of the bungalow and plenty of parking at the front.
Four guests are catered for in one twin and one double-bedded room. They are small but well furnished, with divan beds, bedside lights and tea/coffee making facilities. Guests have exclusive use of a bathroom and a sitting room with colour TV.
The owners retired to "Sidling Field" in late 1984 after having sold their 15 bedroom hotel near Ottery St. Mary which they had been running for twelve years.
Sidmouth is a charming unspoilt seaside town with Regency buildings along the Esplanade.
Sidmouth is a perfect place to relax - with spectacular views from the cliffs
either side of the town, and the adjacent beaches. It is also renowned for its floral beauty with gardens such as Connaught Gardens providing a spectacular setting with the sea as a backdrop.
Sidmouth is also famous for it's annual International Festival of Folk Arts, a week of song and dance from entertainers around the world.
Sidmouth is an excellent base for exploring the Jurassic Coastline and the many picturesque Devon villages, as well as the cathedral City of Exeter which is only 14 miles away.
How To Find Us
From The M5 - Turn off at Junction 30 and take the first exit which is signposted to Exmouth & Sidmouth. This will take you onto a short dual carriage way. You will come to another roundabout. Take the 2nd exit to Sidmouth and Westpoint. This Road is the A3052. Stay on the A3052 until you come to the Bowd Inn, (about a mile after the village of Newton Poppleford).
Turn right opposite the Bowd Inn, (signposted "Sidmouth 2 miles"). After passing the old railway station on the left, (now "Station Garage"), Peaslands Road is the second turning on the left, opposite the entrance gate of Knowle, East Devon District Council Offices. "Sidling Field" is the first bungalow on the right.
From the A30 Honiton - Take the turning to Ottery St. Mary, then the sign post to Sidmouth, travel until you come to the Bowd Inn which will be on your left. At the junction turn left onto the A3052, and then immediately turn right onto the Sidmouth Road, (signposted "Sidmouth 2 miles"). After passing the old railway station on the left, (now "Station Garage"), Peaslands Road is the second turning on the left, opposite the entrance gate of Knowle, East Devon District Council Offices. "Sidling Field" is the first bungalow on the right.
Dogs by prior arrangement only
All enquiries to:
Mrs J. A. Shenfield, "Sidling Field", 105 Peaslands Road, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 8XE