Sidmouth Conservative Club
Beautiful gardens and leisurely walks, Regency
history and fine hotels, clean beaches and friendly shops.... it's
all here in this lovely seaside town that nestles beneath majestic
red cliffs and the green hills of the glorious Sid Valley.
Sidmouth’s record as a premier floral town was
confirmed last year, when it again won first place for a small town
in the prestigious ‘Britain in Bloom’ national finals.
It was a just reward for the endeavour of so many across the
community to enhance
the town in a way that befits its enviable reputation as a resort of
Fine buildings, gentle walks, stunning views –
with so much to nurture, conservation is Sidmouth’s watchword.
Its time warp ambience is the perfect prescription to relax and
browse, be it a seafront deckchair for a quiet read or a bracing
walk on Peak Hill to wonder at the
magnificent panorama of sea and coast with Sidmouth spread below.
For the less energetic there is many a gentle stroll around town,
park and garden and along the seafront linked by a walkway to the
western beach at Jacob’s Ladder.
The ford takes traffic across the River Sid and this you will find
on the popular guided walks from the Heritage Centre that feature
the historic landmarks of the town.
As for the greenery of Sidmouth’s famous park,
The Byes, it is a delightful riverside walk and yet another
sanctuary for peace and quiet.