Sidmouth Harbour Hotel & Spa is located at Manor Rd, Sidmouth EX10 8RU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Sidmouth Harbour Hotel & Spa and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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With views over Lyme Bay and the Jurassic Coast, this Victorian seaside hotel is a 4-minute walk from the South West Coast Path and 9 minutes from Sidmouth beach.

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Julie Shanks

4 Google Rating

Lovely hotel only problem was the bar was a rip off

4/ 5

Lovely hotel only problem was the bar was a rip off

Ben Spear

5 Google Rating

We had a really nice stay here for two nights. We made the most of the pool which was really nice, i

5/ 5

We had a really nice stay here for two nights. We made the most of the pool which was really nice, if a little hot in the room! Indoor and outdoor heated pools were lovely however. The rooms we had (needed two due to them being so full when I booked!) were both neat and well presented. We had a lovely couple of nights. The view from both rooms was excellent. We were moved up one floor on the second night which made it even better. The restaurant was excellent and we made the most of it moving to comfy chairs to enjoy cocktails and cheeses.

Adrian Milner

4 Google Rating

Lovely hotel very friendly staff. Our room was a superior one and was very comfortable and clean. My

4/ 5

Lovely hotel very friendly staff. Our room was a superior one and was very comfortable and clean. My only issue was breakfast was poorly organised all the waiters were running around serving random tables and on our second day took over one hour to get our food even though we asked several times for it. I think if the waiters were given so many tables each to wait on it would run a lot smoother. The spa area and gym were very nice and clean and had some lovely beds to relax on.

D Kelley

5 Google Rating

Our three day stay in your hotel was great. We enjoyed the beautiful ocean view from our room. Our e

5/ 5

Our three day stay in your hotel was great. We enjoyed the beautiful ocean view from our room. Our evening dinners in your restaurant were fabulous. Finally, your front desk, room cleaning service and restaurant/bar staff were very nice as well.

Diane Evans

4 Google Rating

Nice hotel in a lovely location.The staff must have worked hard to get all the covid rules in place

4/ 5

Nice hotel in a lovely location.The staff must have worked hard to get all the covid rules in place ,though they seemed short handed,.Food was good but perhaps could be more varied in style and a change of menu in 24 hours might be considered. Small,but annoying things like the non arrival of newspapers and lack of biscuits in the rooms on arrival could easily be remedied. We hope to visit again in the future.

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