Early Summer Saver

Saturday 23rd June to Sunday 1st July 2018 (inc)

The Belmont Hotel is only yards from the beach and the Esplanade and is perfectly situated for exploring Sidmouth and the surrounding area.

We have everything you could want for your stay: Luxury accommodation, wonderful hotel facilities and fine dining, so take the opportunity to beat the summer crowds and book your early summer break at The Belmont

Per person, per night (2 night minimum):

Per person, per night (3 night minimum):

Use code "EARLY SUMMER” when booking online below or quote when calling us on 01395 512555.

Stay Tip: As our guest you have free use of the extensive leisure facilities, including indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, which are based at our sister hotel The Victoria, right next door.

(Prices shown are per person, per night, based on two people sharing a double or twin room, and include full English breakfast, six course table d'hote dinner and VAT at 20%.

This offer applies to bookings made after 23rd May, and is on a number of selected rooms. Two night minimum stay required. We regret that room numbers and special requests cannot be guaranteed.)

Some places to visit during your stay...

Sidmouth Donkey Santuary

Sidmouth Donkey Santuary

You will love Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, which is a sanctuary for donkeys and mules from around the world. A registered charity, their Sidmouth site is open from 9a.m. to dusk every day. There is free admission and free parking.

© Logo copyright of The Donkey Sanctuary

Click here to find out more

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

With plants from around the globe, these colourful gardens are to be found in East Devon's Otter Valley. The gardens are open all year and always make a lovely day out for people of every age.

Click here to find out more

Visit Exeter Cathedral

Visit Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral is one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere. Its visual beauty is a story in stone and glass, embroidery and wood of the faith that built it.

Click here to find out more.