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Regency Sidmouth

Sidmouth is nestled between majestic sandstone cliffs, on the Jurassic Coastline. Surrounded by the beautifully stunning countryside in East Devon. The charming gardens that surround the town and Regency era buildings will transport you back in time. A truly traditional seaside resort which is both pleasing on the eye and the heart. The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO world Heritage Site.

The Bedford Hotel

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The Bedford Hotel -Sidmouth

The Bedford Hotel has a wonderful seafront location. The welcome that you receive is warm and friendly, it has a superb location and the food and services are outstanding. The hotel boasts of being one of the first regency building to be built on the sea front in this fine resort.

Tour Highlights

Monday – We travel to Sidmouth, stopping at Weston Super Mare for a relaxing lunch break. We then continue onto our hotel.
Tuesday – Today we visit the Fleet Air Arm Museum, which houses the largest collection of Royal Navy Air memorabilia. With over 30 historic aircraft, and well over 30,000 artefacts showcasing the history of both the service and personal records of those who have served this country. From here we visit Yeovil, a roman town in south Somerset, it has a varied history from Saxon times, being a market town and nowadays is where most military helicopters are created. Our final stop is the pretty town of Sherborne, with a superb Abbey, stunning medieval buildings and two castles to explore.
Wednesday – A Day of Leisure. You could maybe visit Sidmouth Museum, the Park Hill Lamas or book tickets for the Manor Pavilion Theatre.
Thursday – The city of Exeter lies on the River Exe, dating back to Roman England, the town’s city walls surround the impressive Gothic Exeter Cathedral. Underneath the city runs a maze of passages, originally built for easy access to the water pipes and springs under the city. Then onto Exmouth after a lunch break. Exmouth developed as a resort in Georgian times and was once probably the most select seaside resort in Britain, home to such famous people as Lady Nelson and Lady Byron. Nowadays it offers a rich mixture of immaculate sands, lovely gardens and a busy marina. We will take a cruise on the River Exe so you can admire the wonderful Jurassic Coastline.
Friday - We travel back stopping at Burnham on Sea enroute

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