Summer Holiday 2018

Friends 1st Singles Summer Holiday Sunday 8th-Friday 13th July 2018 (5 nights)

Come and join us at Sidholme Hotel for our Summer Holiday and have a wonderful break. You’ll be meeting fellow guests and will enjoy three excursions and fellowship with delicious evening meals and entertainment.

Prices from just £275 for 5 nights

Shared Non Ensuite £295 per person
Shared Ensuite Room £325 Per Person
Non-ensuite £329
Standard Ensuite Room £397
Superior Ensuite Room £475

Incudes: Half board, Evening Entertainment, Excursions with transport and admissions

Sidmouth
Sidmouth has been a popular seaside resort since Regency times and it’s very easy to see why. Nestling between majestic red cliffs at the ends of the beautiful Sid Valley, the town boasts delightful gardens, leisurely walks and wonderful beaches.

Transport
Sidmouth is only 12 miles from the M5 at Exeter from Junction 30, Sidmouth is then accessed by the coast road A3052. A regular bus service is run to the town from Exeter up to every half-hour by Stagecoach, the bus then carries on to Honiton or Seaton on an hourly basis.  Nearest railway stations are Honiton and Exeter; regular bus services are available from each station.

Places to Visit
Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Exeter, Budleigh Salterton, Seaton, Branscombe, Beer & Exmouth

Local Attractions
Donkey Sanctuary, Norman Lockyer Observatory, Bicton Park, Exeter Cathedral, Exeter Underground Passages, Pecorama Gardens, Powderham Castle and Forde Abbey.

Limited places so book early: To Book, Call Sidholme Hotel on 01395 515 104

The Majestic Georgian mansion of Sidholme Hotel, built in 1826, sits in idyllic ground in the Regency seaside town of Sidmouth. Inside the resplendent building is the jewel in the crown- a stunning Victorian music room added in 1848, with fine chandeliers and recently restored Gothic-style organ.

As well as welcoming bedrooms and lounges, there is a lot to do for the more active guest. There is a heated indoor swimming pool, a snooker room, table tennis and spacious landscaped grounds, containing many rare species of tropical plants and trees.
The hotel is situated only a few minutes’ walk from the centre of town of Sidmouth with its splendid coastline, appointed as part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

  • Licensed restaurant
  • Reception serving light meals and refreshments
  • Lounge and TV Lounge
  • Music Room
  • Snooker Room
  • Table Tennis
  • Coach Park
  • Wireless internet
  • TV’s in main hotel bedrooms
  • Hairdryers in every room
  • Tea & coffee making facilities in each room
  • 15m heated indoor swimming pool

Excursion 1 – Forde Abbey and Gardens:

The House
Home to the stunning Mortlake tapestries, woven from the internationally famous Raphael cartoons, now housed in the V&A, the Abbey has a rich and varied history spanning 900 years. Walk in the actual footsteps of the monks, and explore the exquisite interior featured in the latest Hollywood adaptation of ‘Far From the Madding Crowd.’
The Gardens
Described by Rachel De Thame in September’s edition of The Sunday Times: “Even the green-fingered are not immune to fads: as with Dahlia ‘Cafe au Lait’ or ‘Labyrinth,’ suddenly it seems everyone is talking about a particular thing. And this year it’s a garden – Forde Abbey, near Chard in Dorset.” Thirty acres of award-winning gardens and the highest powered fountain in the country.

Excursion 2 – Stuartline Cruise Boat trip followed by free time in Exmouth:

Nearly 50 years of award-winning boat trips
Since 1968 Stuart Line Cruises has been one of Exmouth’s top attractions. With boat trips sailing the coast around Exeter, Torquay, Sidmouth and Exmouth, they offer hundreds of thousands of happy passengers a chance to see the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, the River Exe or a visit to a South Devon town.

Stuart Line Cruises has remained a family business with three boats operating in their distinctive bright colours. We have literally become part of the stunning scenery along on the water and are always on the list of “family attractions in Devon”!

Exmouth
Situated at the mouth of the beautiful Exe estuary and at the very beginning of the Jurassic Coast, Exmouth is one of the most picturesque holiday resorts on the south coast.

Surrounded by the beautiful Devon countryside, Exmouth is a bustling little town with a vibrant shopping centre that also hosts a wide range of leisure and entertainment facilities, including a cinema, theatre, sports amenities and a range of excellent restaurants.

Excursion 3 – Seaton Tramway followed by free time in Seaton:

Seaton Tramway followed by free time in Seaton:
Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon’s glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of the abundant wading bird life.
The coastal resort of Seaton is now a gateway town to the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, whilst the historic town of Colyton is described as “Devon’s Most Rebellious Town” for its part in the Monmouth Rebellion of 1685

Evening Entertainment will include a Quiz night, Speaker on the history of the hotel, A concert evening, games night, getting to know you evening.

Limited places so book early: To Book, Call Sidholme Hotel on 01395 515 104