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Royal York & Faulkner Hotel - Sidmouth


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This magnificent regency building, dating back to 1810, enjoys an unrivaled position at the centre of Sidmouth’s elegant Esplanade. The picturesque town centre is home to a wide range of individual shops and is
adjacent to the three-star Royal York & Faulkner Hotel.

The well-appointed rooms are en-suite and have flat-screen television, radio, telephone, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Each of the individual bedrooms differs in decor - some are aptly decorated in a traditional style as befitting this fine regency building, others are more contemporary and modern.

A lift serves all floors. Overlooking the sea and Esplanade, the restaurant retains traditional high standards of
silver service with menus combining the best of both classic and modern cuisine. Relax and take in the beautiful view in one of the three tastefully furnished lounges, all on the ground floor. Entertainment is offered after dinner on some evenings.

Price includes:
Dinner | Bed & breakfast | Door-to-door transport | Excursions | Entertainment

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Included Excursions

Plymouth & Plymouth Gin Distillery – Discover the history of the Hallowed Black Friars Distillery and get an introduction to the centuries old Plymouth Gin distillation process. Your tour includes a short-tutored tasting of Plymouth Gin Original & Plymouth Sloe Gin. It’s the perfect introduction to the unique blend of exotic botanicals and their colourful partner in the craft; the Sloe Berry. You will also get the chance to explore the Ocean City of Plymouth. Located in one of the most beautiful locations, Plymouth is sandwiched between the incredible South West Coastline and the wild beauty of Dartmoor National Park. (admission to distillery included)

Dorchester – We visit the vibrant market town of Dorchester, perfect for sightseeing and shopping. Visit Dorchester’s museums, shops, cafes and restaurants. While some of the country’s best-preserved Roman Ruins are just moments away from the towns thriving high street.