Berwick Guest House
The Regency town of Sidmouth is nestled between the red cliff which are part of the World Heritage Coastline.
Berwick House is an attractive 19th Century house (formally a farm house) ideally situated for all amenities, very close to the National Trust Riverside Park and within a five minute level walk of the unspoilt sea front and charming town centre.
A good selection of restaurants, pubs and hotels (open to non-residents) are in or close to the centre. The Heritage Coastal Path runs along the impressive red cliffs with magnificent sea views for walkers.
Beautiful relaxing gardens are a feature of Sidmouth - the Connaught Gardens on the west side and the Blackmore Gardens close to the town centre. Sidmouth has much to offer in or out of season and is a good location for visiting a variety of local attractions.
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Berwick House by your host, Sue.
En-suite facilities in all rooms.
Flat Screen Television with radio, tea/coffee facilities, clock and hairdryer provided in all rooms.
Spotlessly clean rooms.
Off road parking for all our guests at either the front or back of the premises.
A comfortable guest lounge with TV and video.
A varied breakfast menu is offered. Special diets catered for if prior notice is given.
Open all year except Christmas.
Ideal centre for touring the World Heritage Coast
Free use of Sidmouth's indoor swimming pool
No Smoking or Pets
Comments from my visitors book
Thank you for your very friendly welcome! A pleasant stay and delicious breakfast. We'll return.... Cornwall.
Absolutely lovely house - my favourite Guest House in Sidmouth! ...Isle of Wight.
A Fabulous week with great company and breakfast - thank you so much Sue .. New Zealand
As before - we've had a wonderful time in Devon with personable guests and our favourite friend/hostess. you always make us feel so welcome. Thank you!! ...Minnesota, USA.
Many thanks for a very pleasant, friendly stay. A haven from home. Somerset.
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This page was last updated: 19 August 2011