Spacious modern townhouse with countryside views, 5 minutes drive from seafront
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
No smoking - Please do not smoke too close to the house outsidePlease do not smoke too close to the house outside
Max guests: 7 (sleeps up to 6 adults) - Caters for 6 adults (or 5 /2 children or 4 /3)Caters for 6 adults (or 5 /2 children or 4 /3)
Minimum age of primary renter: 28
- Please dont smoke in the street or carpark.. You may use the back garden, but please dispose of your ash/butts considerately.
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Lovely home from home
We really enjoyed our stay at Little Laureate. It was perfect for our family. Welcoming, clean, comfortable, bright and airy.
Pleasant and easy stay at a clean modern house
Lovely clean well kept property with everything we needed.
Nice lightweight summer quilts were appreciated in this hot weather.
Well equipped kitchen.
Little touches like shower gel, hand soap, teabags, etc made things nice and welcoming.
Useful having a toilet in each level.
The living room is quite small but with a lovely little balcony, and didn’t matter as we spent most of our time in the kitchen diner with sofa and doors out to the garden seating area.
Quiet peaceful area and super easy to find just on the outskirts of Sidmouth.
Plenty of parking, pleasant helpful neighbours.
Would be happy to stay again.
Our current Sidmouth favourite.
We’ve stayed in Little Laureate several times and find it excellent value for our family of four adults.It is a modern town house with gorgeous views over the Devon countryside.We love the light and airy decor ,really comfy beds, fluffy towels and powerful showers.The WiFi and two televisions complete the package
A family weekend.
We had a lovely stay at Little Laureate - thank you. Very well appointed kitchen and good dining room space. Conveniently close to supermarket but definitely on the outskirts of Sidmouth.
Beautifully clean and tidy.. lots of really nice touches to make our stay perfect
If you are in any doubt as to whether to book a stay here.... have none it is perfect
World renowned Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary
SW Coastal Path
Honiton Antiques and Lacemaking industry
I've been privileged to live and work in this beautiful place since 1992, when we first relocated to the area from London. We wanted somewhere safe, close to nature, a place still “caught in a timeless charm” - and we found it in Sidmouth. Our three children enjoyed an idyllic childhood here and have loads of happy memories of being part of a close knit community, with the red cliffs of the Jurassic coast and the local woodlands, rivers and countryside as their playground. Since those innocent days, Sidmouth has evolved into something more sophisticated, but has retained its unique and unspoilt character, with many independent shops and businesses selling their wares alongside familiar high street names such as Coffee One, Joules and Sea Salt. There are two fishmongers in the town, Sidmouth Trawlers (owned by one of the town's oldest fishing families) and Sidmouth Market - both offering fresh daily caught fish In July/August every year, Sidmouth hosts the International Music Festival and our sleepy little town takes on a whole new vibrant character, with visiting musicians, artists and crafts people descending upon it from all over the world. There is also the annual Red Arrows spectacular air display over the valley and seafront, that is visible from miles around. Apart from the great outdoors, there is a huge range of things to do in this hidden jewel on the Jurassic coast - countryside walks include the SW Coastal Path, the Devon Way and the Sid Valley Circular Walk. Sidmouth has its own independent theatre the Manor Pavilion, a cinema and museum. There is a variety of good restaurants, including the Pea Green Boat situated on the seafront. For water sports enthusiasts, there is kayaking, windsurfing and paddle boarding and also Sidmouth Swimming Pool, conveniently situated nearby.
Theresa purchased this House in 2012
Why Theresa chose Sidmouth
I fell in love with the gorgeous south westerly hillside views as well as the light and warmth of this house. It's perfect for large family gatherings, with conveniently arranged living areas on 3 floors, allowing for togetherness, but also personal space. Its the perfect getaway for business people too, with a separate study area on the ground floor.
What makes this House unique
This is a truly 'home from home' holiday experience, with plentiful off-street parking, including additional guest parking near the town centre (at my own home, also in Sidmouth). The nearby local bus stop offers a frequent service to the shops and sea front and further afield to the Cathedral City of Exeter and other seaside towns along the Jurassic Coast. For convenient food shopping, Waitrose and Lidl supermarkets are close to hand.