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Was taken here for a carvery Sunday lunch. On first impressions I could categorically say If this was a proper restaurant I would never of eaten there. There were dead flies on the window ledges, paint peeling off the window pelmets and our table cloth...More
Date of experience: July 2018
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Tour50737961067, General Manager at Sidmouth Golf Club, responded to this reviewResponded November 30, 2018
Hi. First of all apologies for the delay in responding. Thank you for your feedback. I'm sorry you had an unfortunate experience on your visit to the Club. There was refurbishment work going on in the Clubhouse at the time of your visit, and if...More
The pro and the steward could not have been more helpful. At the start you have the superb views over the bay and then you have wonderful woodland views. The fairways and the greens were in excellent condition.
The course is unusual and you need...More
Played the course today and enjoyed the great views and condition for this time of year. Food and service was excellent with a really nice vibe. Take plenty of golf balls with you if you play soon as Autumns leaves are hiding the balls! Thanks...More
This is a love it or hate it course, it also helps if you have one leg longer than the other, I personally love it, if you can play here then I think you can play anywhere, a flat lie is like a gift from...More
We popped here to see the golf course with a view to playing here next year. Course looked well kept. Terrific views across the sea. The bar staff were very welcoming as were the kitchen staff. Food was excellent.
Wanted to have a look in...More
Tucked away in the hills high over Sidmouth, we played here twice during our holiday and loved it.
Unless you're a mountain goat or a mad mountaineer, book a battery cart or bring your own.
Views to die for - if you can make it...More
It was clear from the drive up to the club from the seafront that the course was going to be hilly, and so it proved. The green fee at £22 was good value, given the views over the town and the coast. However, it's a...More