Sea views, 3 bedrooms of a period home in Sidmouth

Sea views, 3 bedrooms of a period home in Sidmouth

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Little Anchorage is a Wing of a Large Period home. Anchorage has six bedrooms so it is now just too big for Dave and I on our own so we have decided to let a wing of it out.
We are offering three bedrooms - a double bedroom with jack and jill shower, a bunk bed room also linked to the jack and jill shower room and a third double bedroom which is accessed through the bunk bedded room. There is separate toilet. The whole wing has its own separate entrance, a utility with washing machine, a fully fitted kitchen which just a large fridge freezer, a smaller fridge, a microwave, six ring hob with double oven and a dishwasher. All of the rooms are locked off from the west wing so you are totally private.
One of the best things staying at Little Anchorage, apart from the views of course, is it’s location. Not only are you right beside the sea, but you feel as though you have a countryside retreat whilst still being just a few minutes walk to the esplanade and Sidmouth town centre.
The open plan kitchen, lounge diner is bright and leads straight out onto the patio with sea views.
Please note there is a £75 charge for cleaning.


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  1. I love to travel and experience new places. I often travel alone but my husband Dave and our three grown up daughters sometimes try to come too if they can find the time.

  2. Dave works in tv and adventure travel . We also rent out the properties on this website- Little Anchor and Little Anchorage. Both on air bnb

  3. We love the outdoors - Dave loves the mountains and I love the beach so all destinations offer us something

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Where is it?


Sidmouth sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is famous for many things, including its royal connections and for being a major winner in Britain in Bloom, but this seaside town has so much more to offer than flowers and fossils.
Life in this town never stops, there is a folk festival, a literary festival, a sea festival, a walking festival and a science festival. If you are sporty then you are spoilt for choice too, so many activities to choose from. August is regatta time and the prestigious Red Arrows help add to the celebrations. There are wonderful gardens to explore in the town and a thriving theatre and museum. Even an observatory. There are Sunday evening concerts and even a Boxing Day swim for the brave.
If you have children or grandchildren, the beach is a must, and the sand is great for building sandcastles, (when the tide is out). Or take them sailing or shing, or even simply walk along the promenade and enjoy an ice cream.
The town is within easy reach of splendid Exeter, with its main line connections with London Paddington and just half an hour from the regional airport with its domestic and international flights.
With links to royalty including Queen Victoria, Sidmouth has long enjoyed a special reputation. The nobility of London built houses here and John Betjeman raved about the place. Sidmouth sits at one end of England’s first natural Heritage Site, the Jurassic coast, and you can step out of your front door from this house and enjoy the coastal path in moments.

Buzzy restaurants
so many - Dukes, pYnes, Blinis, Neils
Cool bars
Dukes, Pynes, Blinis,
Cozy cafés
Coffee number one, clock tower cafe, mocha, selleys and more
Retail therapy
lots of local independent shops as well as chain stores such as joules, sea salt, crew,
Bit of culture
Sidmouth museum, Manor Theatre, Radway cinema
Walks in the park
Coastal walks and walks along the River Sid, the Byes Walk
Spot of exercise
Plenty of great walks, swimming pool, gym, tennis courts, and so much more, golf, rugby, football , etc
Day tripping
Lots of fabulous town along the coast to visit such as Lyme Regis, Beer, Branscombe, boat trips along the River Exe or to Dawlish Warren, Exmouth, Torquay, walking on Dartmoor, visit Exeter and see the beautiful Cathedral and lovely Quayside area

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