Our summer tour to Sidmouth this year features something for everyone. Colourful gardens, a fabulous miniature railway, a boat trip and a visit to an historic woollen mill are all included.
Travel Insurance £27.50 pp
Day 1 - Monday
Our lunch stop en-route to the West Country will be at Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens, with its exotic plants from all over the world, walled garden and colonial-style teahouse.D
Day 2 - Tuesday
We drive through the Blackdown Hills to Taunton, where there will be time for lunch. This afternoon we visit Coldharbour Mill, recognised by Historic England as one of the best preserved textile mills in the country. We explore the working Victorian factory to discover how wool is turned into yarn and fabrics.B, D
Day 3 - Wednesday
Pecorama is one of Devon's top attractions and stands on a hillside overlooking the fishing village of Beer. Admire the model railway layouts and take a ride on the mile-long Beer Heights Miniature Railway. The pretty gardens are laid out in a series of themed 'rooms'. This afternoon we visit Burrow Farm Gardens, East Devon's secret garden. After exploring the 13 acre site, situated in idyllic countryside near Axminster, we include a Devon Cream Tea before returning to the Hotel.B, D
Day 4 - Thursday
A holiday highlight today, as we join Stuart Line for a cruise along the stunning South Devon coastline from Exmouth. We will sail past exclusive bays and coves only visible from the water, along a stretch of shoreline renowned for its ancient rock formations. Crossing Babbacombe Bay and Torbay we arrive in the fishing port of Brixham, where there will be time to explore before returning to Sidmouth by coach.B, D
Day 5 - Friday
Today is at leisure in Sidmouth. Visit the local Museum, explore the small independent shops and take a gentle stroll through the narrow streets and alleyways alongside the River Sid.B, D
Day 6 - Saturday
We travel home, with a lunchtime stop in the hilltop town of Shaftesbury.
THE ROYAL YORK & FAULKNER HOTEL
This family-owned and managed traditional seaside hotel will need no introduction to regular Roadmark clients. We are always pleased to return to this East Devon resort with its Regency history, friendly shops and pretty gardens, all nestling between the majestic red cliffs and green hills of the Sid Valley. The Hotels well-appointed bedrooms vary in size and are reached by a lift. The comfortable lounge is the perfect place in which to enjoy a Devonshire Cream Tea.
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