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About this property



Westmead is a recently constructed detached "Arts and Crafts style" chalet bungalow with lovely countryside views, situated in a quiet country lane in the village of Sidbury just a short walk away from the village pub, shop and bus stop with excellent services to Sidmouth and Honiton. The bright and airy accommodation, suitable for the less able,  is beautifully furnished, using the latest technology for lighting and heating The busy market town of Honiton is 10 minutes drive, the coastal resort of Sidmouth is just 3 miles away. Sidbury is a lovely village with green and pond, cricket club and pub, the perfect Devon village, with rows of thatched cottages and rolling countryside.


Easy, level access to the property through pretty garden and logia. A spacious living room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and minstrels gallery and French doors opening onto covered loggia with terrace and garden. An open plan kitchen with integrated appliances. Two ground floor bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds, both with delightful views. A ground floor shower room with hand basin, large walk in shower and WC. Stairs to open plan galleried landing leading to a further double bedroom with a king size bed, (please note this room has sloping ceilings) and superb views over the surrounding countryside. En-suite bathroom with a shower over the bath and W.C. The property is set in the grounds of the Old Vicarage with shared driveway access and has its own private front garden with lawn area, patio and garden furniture.


Changeover day: Saturday

Wifi: Yes

Pets: Sorry not accepted

Parking: Private parking for one car ONLY adjacent to the property and parking for further car/s in recess on quiet lane.

Towels: Available to hire at £5 per set

Appliances: TV x 2. DVD and hair dryer

Kitchen utilities: Gas hob and electric oven. Fridge/freezer. Microwave. Dishwasher. Washing machine. Tumble dryer.

Child amenities: Cot and high chair available on request

 OFFERS: 5% Loyalty discount for returning customers


2nd October 2018- 'Such a charming clean cottage. Everything is thought of. We had a wonderful few days with perfect weather to discover this incredible beautiful area and friendly people. Hope to return again soon.'

22nd September 2018- 'Very nice clean house. Nice to have peace and quiet, thanks again.'

10th August 2018- 'The house was super clean and we loved the welcome gifts. Marvellous week enjoying the buzz of the festival and the silence of the house.'

4th August 2018- 'A huge thank you to the house keeper- the house was so clean. We really enjoyed our holiday. We found the house to be a very comfortable base, thank you.'

At a glance

Price per week, from:

£510 to £920

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  • Propert Ref: 063
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bed format: 1 king, 1 double, 2 single
  • Bathrooms: 2


  • Parking
  • Garden
  • Village
  • Rural Loc.
  • Short Walk Pub
  • Detached
  • High Chair
  • OK for Less Able
  • Cot
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Linen Inc
  • Double beds
  • Single Beds
  • King size Beds
  • Toilets

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Price Breaks from 2019 Week Price Short Break Price*
01 Jan to 05 Apr £510 £306
06 Apr to 26 Apr £670 £402
27 Apr to 24 May £570 £399
25 May to 31 May £820 £574
01 Jun to 14 Jun £770 £539
15 Jun to 12 Jul £770 £539
13 Jul to 26 Jul £810 £567
27 Jul to 23 Aug £920 £644
24 Aug to 30 Aug £920 £644
31 Aug to 13 Sep £720 £504
14 Sep to 27 Sep £540 £378
28 Sep to 18 Oct £510 £357
19 Oct to 25 Oct £610 £427
26 Oct to 20 Dec £510 £306
Christmas £895 £627
New Year £895 £627
Price Breaks from 2020 Week Price Short Break Price*
01 Jan to 18 Dec £ £
Christmas £ £
New Year £ £
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*Short Break prices shown are for 3 nights only, please call for 4 or 5 night prices if required. Short Breaks are available from the end of October half term to the start of the Easter school holidays, or at the owners' discretion for a last minute booking at other times of the year. Unfortunately it would be most unusual for us to be in a position to consider a short break at peak holiday times, such as the October and February half terms or over the Christmas, New Year and Easter breaks.