A return visit to a firm favourite - The Royal York & Faulkner Hotel in Sidmouth
Roadmark is a regular visitor to Sidmouth in East Devon, where the attractive promenade, public gardens, quaint streets, and specialist independent shops are a delight to explore. Sidmouth has a fascinating history, and many of the buildings have Blue Plaques commemorating notable former residents and events.
Your Holiday includes
Five nights with table dhôtel dinner, bed, and breakfast
Allhallows Museum of Lace, to see one of the most comprehensive collections of Honiton Lace in the world
The famous Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, established by Dr. Elisabeth Svendsen in 1969 and home to hundreds of donkeys
A stroll down Memory Lane at the World of Country Life in Exmouth
A River Exe or Jurassic Coast cruise with award-winning Stuart Line
All the fun of the fair at Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre
Killerton, a handsome 18th-century house and garden, owned by The National Trust, with views of Dartmoor
Reduction of £14.00pp for National Trust members
Travel Insurance £29.50pp
Your Holiday Hotel
The Royal York & Faulkner
One of Roadmarks most popular hotels, the Royal York was Sidmouths first purpose-built hotel and opened in 1810. It is situated on the Esplanade close to the town centre and has been owned by the Hook family for three generations. We are assured of a warm welcome, delicious food and courteous service. The traditionally furnished bedrooms have tea & coffee tray and a hairdryer. There is a lift, although you may encounter some stairs in the corridors.
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