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Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, The Westcliff
Manor Road
Sidmouth
Devon

EX10 8RU | View map
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Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, The Westcliff has a unique position in the truly beautiful and charming coastal town of Sidmouth. We enjoy magnificent views over the esplanade and the ‘Heritage’ coastline. Sidmouth is unspoilt, pretty and a well tended Regency town, where views and values have changed little within the passage of time. The town seems full of privately owned shops determined to stock the unusual. Beautiful public and private gardens abound, for which Sidmouth has won international honours in the Britain in Bloom competitions. Directly opposite the Westcliff is the superb Connaught Gardens, Sidmouth's floral centrepiece.

At Sidmouth Harbour Hotel, The Westcliff we take pride in all our rooms, unique and decorated in a simple yet elegant way with tasteful soft furnishings to ensure a comfortable stay. All of our 40 bedrooms have en suite facilities.

Perhaps the most important feature, apart from the excellent cuisine, is the warm welcome and the caring personal attention. Hope to see you soon.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 79%
AA Courtesy & Care Award 2004/05
Number of Rooms: 40
Number Ensuite: 40
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Name: Westcliff Restaurant
Cuisine: English & Continental
Chef: Robert Dodd
Awards: RAC Dining Award

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