There are plenty of rooms (with no supplement) for single travellers on this tour, which is based at one of our most popular hotels in the Devon town of Sidmouth. Couples are also very welcome, as we have twin or double rooms available too.
Reduction of £8 for RHS members and £12 for National Trust members
Travel Insurance £24.50 pp
Day 1 - Thursday
A taxi will collect you from home and bring you to the Roadmark coach. We pay a lunchtime visit to COMPTON ACRES. This 10-acre garden, designed in the 1920s and overlooking Poole Harbour, is a hidden gem, with a huge variety of plants and trees. This afternoon we continue along Dorset's Jurassic Coast to reach Sidmouth and a warm welcome from the team at the Royal York & Faulkner. We include a voucher for a complimentary drink, which can be enjoyed before dinner.D
Day 2 - Friday
To enable you to find out more about the historic town we will visit the SIDMOUTH MUSEUM with its historical and geological displays. And with a guide from the Sid Vale Association we will take a gently-paced walk to discover the stories of some of the buildings, gardens and spaces.B, D
Day 3 - Saturday
Today we will drive through the heart of Devon and pretty Taw Valley to BARNSTAPLE. Largely unchanged over 150 years, the Town's historic Pannier Market offers fresh local produce, flowers and crafts, books and clothing. There will be time to find lunch and browse the stalls before returning to Sidmouth.B, D
Day 4 - Sunday
KNIGHTSHAYES (National Trust) is a spectacular Gothic Revival House surrounded by glorious gardens and parkland. Full of quirks and curiosities, the House is a rare example of the work of William Burges, while the gardens feature extensive topiary, rare trees and shrubs, and a walled kitchen garden.B, D
Day 5 - Monday
We make our way home along the south coast, calling at Lyme Regis and Wimborne, and reaching the local area for late afternoon taxis.B
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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