Places to visit

Below we have put together a small list of places you may wish to visit there are a few different national trusy property well worth a visit plus may more things to do while you enjoy your stay here at Sherway Farm Holiday Cottages.

  • Sidmouth

    Sidmouth

    15 miles away

    Sidmouth lies at the mouth of The River Sid in a valley between Peak Hill to the west and Salcombe Hill to the east. 15 miles southeast of Exeter. It is surrounded by the East Devon area of outstanding natural beauty and is on the Jurassic coast. It boasts plenty of shops and cafes and during August hosts a folk festival attracting musicians and lots of visitors. During the summer months Sidmouth town brass band play a series of concerts in the Connaught gardens each Sunday at 8pm, this runs from late may until early September.

     


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    Dartmoor National Park

    33 miles away

    Dartmoor national park is a vast moorland of outstanding natural beauty. Most famous for its many granite capped moorlands known as tors and its native wild ponies that roam free. 

    Dartmoor is perfect for those of you who fancy a bit of walking, biking or just to experience the unadulterated freedom. 

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    City of Exeter

    12 miles away

    The City of Exeter has a lot to offer, it is full of character and ancient history but is also a very modern city. It is the capital of Devon and boasts its magnificent cathedral which dates back to the Roman times.

    Exeters historic quayside is one of the most attractive areas of the city, very popular with locals and visitors alike for its fascinating history. 

    Exeter is full of shops, cafes and restaurants, a perfect place for a bit or retail therapy or dining out.