Sidmouth Town Website

Your local directory of services, businesses, shops and attractions

Places of interest in Sidmouth.

Sidmouth has huge offerings and is a regular winner of the Britain In Bloom awards. Recently, the Town Website produced the magnificent Blue Plaque Walk around the town incorporating all of Sidmouth's places, parks and views.

The Beautiful Esplanade

Sidmouth's magnificent Esplanade

For both locals and tourists to the town, there are many places to visit including

  • The Byes
  • Esplanade and Sea Front
  • Blackmore Gardens
  • The Glen Goyle
  • Connaught Gardens
  • The Putting Green and Tennis Courts
  • Sidmouth Golf Club
  • Bowls and Croquet Lawns
  • Sidmouth Cricket Club
  • The Knowle Park
  • Jacobs Ladder and Beach
  • Knapp Copse Local Nature Reserve
  • The Norman Lockyer Observatory
  • The South West Coast Path and Jurassic Coast
  • Salcombe and Peak Hill for outstanding Views

These are only a small selection of some of the most beautiful and insightful locations in and around the town. Gardens and parks that produce wonderful displays of flowers, plants and decorative pieces. Climb up the Hills for breathtaking views if the Valley.

Connaught Gardens

Award winning Connaught Gardens

The Esplanade, complete with deck chairs and ice creams sets the stage for the impeccably clean beach to roll off into the sea. When the tide retreats the pebbles give way to glorious sands on both the main and Jacobs Ladder beach.

Sidmouth's Main Beach and Esplanade

Sidmouth's Main Beach and Esplanade

Jacobs Ladder Beach

Jacobs Ladder Beach

Sidmouth is full of great locations and sights, views that you can soak up for hours and entertainment throughout the year.

View from Hight Peak

The stunning view from Higher Peak

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Historic Sidmouth - Blue Plaque walk of the town.

Sidmouth prides itself on it's rich and interesting historical past and there is certainly no shortage of history around the town. There are buildings, places, people and locations of varying historical importance and interest all over Sidmouth.

Royal Glen Formerly Woolbrook Cottage The Belmont Hotel

Some of these have been commemorated with Blue Plaques presented by the Sid Vale Association. Here at the Town Website we have walked the town to discover as many as we could, 32 in all with Kennaway House's plaque awaiting to be produced and two others yet undiscovered. This is the beauty of Sidmouth, there are so many places you don't realise are hiding away.

This walk has been put together by us and is not officially a recognised walk but feel that these plaques can sometimes go unnoticed as you're walking around the town. It takes in all that Sidmouth has to offer and takes you through some places you may not have realised were there.

The Clock Tower Tudor Cottage

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Feel free to give us some feedback on the walk and if there is anything we can do to improve it or add anything to it.

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Sidmouth has lots of places to eat in and around this beautiful East Devon Town

If you are visiting Sidmouth on a day trip, an overnight stay, a long break or just wanting to pop out for breakfast, lunch or dinner then you have plenty of places to choose from.

The Clock Tower Restaurant

The Clock Tower Restaurant is an ideal place for food located in the beautiful award wining Connaught Gardens.

Dukes

Another great place to dine is Dukes on the Esplanade. It has a large terrace so in the summer months you can enjoy your food in the sun. It's also an ideal location for the World famous Folk Festival.

There are also many Cafes, Bistros and Bakery's located around the town so there is no shortage of places to grab some food!

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