Carole, Sandays: absolutely spot on. Very clean & tidy and attentive. Will come again.
Your B&B was the best I have stayed in, and I’d like to thank you for making me so welcome.
Fantastic place to stay! Made to feel really welcome. Would definitely stay again.
Devon Open Studios is now underway with opportunities to visit studios and meet artists across the county.
There are many venues that house several artists and a variety of work, and also clusters in towns and villages that enable visitors to do a trail and experience a lot without too much travelling around.
There are a lot of options around Teignbridge and Exeter, so Sandays is well placed!
Really enjoyable stay. Hospitality really good – so nice to be able to use the house as your own*. Thank you so much, see you again!
( Carole’s note: *refers to having a front door key and unrestricted access to own room, lounge & breakfast area)
Check out lots of Heritage Open Days coming up within easy reach of Sandays over the next couple of weeks. Some of these are special events / places not usually open to the public, and others (such as many National Trust venues) are offering free entry.
See website: https://heritageopendays.org.uk
Lovely welcome. Great food, plenty of it. Very comfortable.
A very enjoyable stay. Very friendly. Lovely breakfasts too!! Thank you.
It is Shaldon Regatta all this week with lots of events every day, and not all on the water! Caught some of the beach volleyball today, entertaining the crowds out enjoying the sun.
Among all the holiday fun the life of Teignmouth port carries on and boats of every description could be seen in just a few minutes from my vantage point on the Ness beach.
Easy to get to Shaldon from Sandays, various different options.
The local History Society of Babbacombe & St.Marychurch offer guided walks during July, August and September on Tuesday mornings. Meet near the Cliff Railway Cafe at 10.30am and they alternate between the 2 places each week.
I went along to the Babbacombe walk today and really enjoyed it; learnt a great deal, went into All Saints church and other areas I hadn’t seen before. I drove to Babbacombe from Sandays (took about half an hour today) and parked in the large public car park in St.Marychurch; the No.22 bus is another option.
The walk lasted 2 hours with 2 very knowledgeable friendly guides; more talking than walking! Once back at the wonderful Cliff Railway it would have seemed silly not to take a trip down to Oddicombe beach on such a lovely summer’s day! The Cliff Railway is also quite historic of course, having been originally built in 1926 and had various different phases during that time. Spare a few minutes for the information centre at Oddicombe beach which provides lots of background detail and photographs.
Very pleasant B&B. Clean & tidy room, food lovely every day and Carole was very friendly.