Red Rose Cottage is situated in the very heart of the delightful Regency town centre of Sidmouth, within a minute’s walk of the high street and a few minutes to the esplanade, it is a delightful property that provides a perfect seaside haven for all.
Built around the turn of the 19th century, Red Rose Cottage has been fully restored and renovated to an enviable standard, creating a stylish and comfortable family cottage. It provides spacious accommodation over three floors for five guests, a patio area and driveway parking for one car.
The through lounge and dining room provides comfortable seating for five and is fitted with TV, DVD, and Music player. The Kitchen is well equipped with everything you will need during your stay, and more.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is situated at the front of the property and enjoys glorious sunshine in the morning, although the heavy blackout curtains allow for a lazy lie in if you prefer!
Outside there is a secure paved patio area complete with seating to enjoy the evening sunshine.
Red Rose Cottage is well equipped with board games, books and DVD’s and has an excellent Wi-Fi connection that extends to all three floors and the owners visit the property on a regular basis to ensure that their high standards of cleanliness and maintenance are always achieved.
They are extremely proud of their guest comments, and one kindly lady wrote ‘This is the best holiday accommodation we have ever stayed in’ – high praise indeed, and whilst the owners are clearly biased, they wholeheartedly agree!
From the moment you arrive, Red Rose and Sidmouth will provide you with a most relaxed experience, with everything that this outstanding area of natural beauty and the Jurassic coast has to offer right on your doorstep.
Even when Mother Nature has different plans for the weather, and the sea is literally turning red with rage and the force of nature goes about its business with gay abandon, this gorgeous town and its folk provide a plethora of interesting things to do.
The town itself hosts The Sidmouth museum, the cinema, the indoor swimming pool, the theatre, and lots of independent shops, cafes and the hostelries to name but a few.
The high season tariff is set for minimum stays of seven days, but throughout the rest of the year the owners welcome guests for three and four day breaks – please do take a look at the website for further information.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Holiday Home||from £150.00 to £175.00 per unit per night|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
If you are travelling on the M5 from the north, the owners suggest that you use junction 30 (Exeter) and follow the A3052 to Sidmouth.
On the approach to Sidmouth, please ignore the first right turn (opposite the 'Bowd Pub') and take the second or third right turn instead. Simply follow the road direct into Sidmouth town. At the mini roundabout continue straight across and down the high street. Holmdale is a left turn off the High Street immediately after the Coop food store. Number 15 is situated up a small driveway 100 yards or so on the left.
East Devon is served by an excellent local bus service between Exeter and Lyme Regis and beyond. There are many bus stops strategically placed around the town, including ‘The Triangle’ where you can choose your destination from a selection of routes.
The nearest railway station is at Honiton or Exeter.
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