Getting to the Council Offices
Opening Hours: Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 5pm.
How to find us:
- How to find us by Car
- How to find us by Train
- How to find us by Bus
- How to find us by Community Transport
- How to find us by Taxi
- Hpw to find us by Bike
- How to find us by Foot
From the A3052 (Exeter to Lyme Regis)
- Travel to Sidford.
- Take the turning to Sidmouth.
- After 1 1/4 miles take the Peaslands Road turning (on right) opposite The Volunteer pub.
- At the end of this road cross Station Road into the access road of the Council Offices.
From Sidmouth Town Centre
- Find the Esplanade and turn up station road (by the Bedford Hotel).
- The Council Offices are 1/2 a mile on the left.
There is a substantial amount of free car parking on site but spaces are not always available. Visitors are encouraged not to park in surrounding residential roads but to walk from the town. Please visit our local car parks page to find nearby parking.
Trains operate to Axminster, Honiton, Feniton, Whimple, and Exmouth. For more information, visit the Traveline website.
The following bus service stops outside the council offices on Station Road.
From Exmouth, Budleigh, Otterton and Newton Poppleford - 157
The following buses all terminate at the Triangle in Sidmouth. From, the Triangle, walk up Station Road until you reach the Council Offices (approximately 1/2 a mile).
From Exeter - 52A, 52B
From Honiton - 340 (Railway Station), 387 (Town Centre)
From Seaton - Mini Travel 899
From Ottery St. Mary - 382, 387
For details see the Traveline website.
Please contact Exmouth Community Transport Association.
Local Taxi companies can be found on the Yellow Pages website.
Cycle parking is available on site, please ask at reception. There are no cycleways to the Council Offices, however, please view a general cycle map.
A map of walking routes to the Council Offices in Sidmouth (697KB Portable Document Format - 29 November 2006 - PDF Help) is available. Before you set out, you should know that the offices are on a hill but they are set in beautiful grounds.
All of our offices and other council run buildings open to the public have been assessed to ensure they are accessible to people with disabilities. We will make further reasonable adjustments for particular needs of staff and members who work here if our facilities are found not to meet their needs. We have a clear disability equality statement.
Page last updated on 9 January 2015