A Traditional Bed and Breakfast
We are a local village pub set just a few miles away from the Regency town of Sidmouth.
With home cooked food served in the evenings at week-ends, as well as light lunches.
We have four bedrooms and offer both bed and breakfast facilities with evening meals.
You can also enjoy our great selection of draught and traditional real ales.
Please call 01395 597313 to find out more.
And it has been voted one of the top pubs in the area:
Last chance to pick your favourite pub | This is Exeter
Claire Wright - Your Independent East Devon District Councillor for Ottery Rural
Indeed, it is "the highest placed pub in the Competition in the Sid Valley area!":
The Pub In The Village : Red Lion in Top 10 of Exeter Express & Echo's Pub of the Year Competition
But it is now under threat:
The campaign has featured regularly in the Sidmouth Herald:
Villagers back Sidbury pub - Features - Sidmouth Herald
Campaigners organised to save Sidbury pub - Features - Sidmouth Herald
Saving our pub - Letters - Sidmouth Herald
And in the wider press:
Residents fight to save Red Lion pub in Sidbury
View From Online - News from West Dorset, East Devon & South Somerset
Villagers fight to save their 'centrepiece of community' | Western Morning News
Campaign launched to save Sidbury village pub | The Exeter Daily
Sidbury Villagers fight to save historic pub The Red Lion from closure | Exeter Express and Echo
Save the Red Lion in Sidbury | Sidmouth Independent News
Although the current owners have no mention of the Red Lion, Sidbury:
Pub Business | Punch Taverns
The Red Lion, however, is the 'centrepiece of the community':
The PubInTheVillage website is regularly updated:
The Pub In The Village : More local & not so local Campaign press coverage
From this week:
The Pub In The Village : Listen to today's Radio Devon Campaign interview
There are some very helpful links to websites offering advice on community finance and business...
Co-operative Mutual Solutions
Community Matters - Home
And the campaign has taken a further serious step:
Friday, 19 July 2013