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All reviews low tide rock pools jacobs ladder connaught gardens lovely beach clock tower red cliffs wooden steps main promenade year round cake jurassic coast dog walking sandy beach nice sunny day steep steps worth the climb
the contrast between the green grass of the fields aboce the ancient red cliffs is really somthing to see, there are displays explaining the geological history of the jurassic coat
which put it all in context,
Visit if in the area
For us Jacobs Ladder was the start of a leisurely walk to Ladram Bay. It's a coastal walk with climbs and descends which may not be suitable for everyone. But take your time and you can walk the 4 1/2 km in less than 2...More
Make sure you take the cliffside walkway from the town to the beach - level and smooth so ideal for all ages - the able and less able. Then when you get to the beach you can stay at sea/beach level, or if you are...More
Some things are closed from the end of September but we had a nice walk around Sidmouth, then along to Jacob's Ladder. Our dogs wouldn't climb any of the steps so that's worth considering. We walked back and along the road to the Connaught Gardens...More
If you're in Sidmouth and wandering along the seafront then this is to the Western end.
Heading down either Jacobs Ladder steps or the stone steps which descend from behind the eatery there then if you parked nearby you're on the beach in minutes.
Climb the steps for a lovely view and a walk around the lovely gardens . There is a cafe everyone raves over , apparently they sell fab cakes. I never needed to visit when there. Also you can then carry on your walk along the...More
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Yes, please see my post. As you walk onto the beach from the East (Sidmouth) dogs are not allowed on the first third. Look straight ahead, you can see in the distance a post with a sign attached half way up the beach, from... More
Yes, please see my post. As you walk onto the beach from the East (Sidmouth) dogs are not allowed on the first third. Look straight ahead, you can see in the distance a post with a sign attached half way up the beach, from this point on it is all dog friendly,. Go at low tide for the best stretch of beach with more sand visible.