Manor Road Car Park Sidmouth
- This East Devon Council run car park is just out of town to the west and up at the top of a small hill
- The post code is EX10 8RR
- There are public toilets in the nearby Connaught Gardens.
- There are around 280 spaces.
- Charges apply 24 hours a day 7 days a week, all year and every day including Sundays.
- No overnight sleeping.
- You may park and park here for a maximum of 24 hours.
- This car park is part of the "Winter Shopper" scheme from November to March
- Coaches and motorhomes allowed, motor homes must leave by 10 pm.
- The car park has a RingGo code of 42936
- Free motorcycle parking
- No height restrictions
Winter Shopper Special 2023/2024
Running from the 1st November 2023 to the 31st March 2024 residents and visitors will be able to purchase a £2 ticket from a ticket machine and it will be valid in any East Devon car park until midnight on the day of purchase.
Pay just £2 and park for the rest of the day (till midnight) and the same ticket can be used in any East Devon District Council Pay & Display car park. The ticket will show the "normal" expiry time but as long as you have paid £2 it will be valid all day.
Excludes Parkmobile payments and Permit Holders.
Finding Manor Road Car Park
If coming in from Sidford follow the road to the top of the High Street and then, at the roundabout, turn right. After 500 yards at the next roundabout turn left.
After 200 yards, by the theatre, turn right up Manor Road, following it for around half a mile and the car park will be right at the end on the right.
Make sure you go in the entrance (second access point) and not the exit as there are "Alligator Teeth" in the exit to stop people going in that way!
How much does it cost to park At Manor Road Sidmouth
If staying up to 1 hour the charge is £2, then for 2 hours £4 etc.
The charge goes on at £2 per hour until you have paid £8 and then you can stay for 24 hours.
See signs locally
Being one of only two long stay car parks in Sidmouth (the other being the dearer Bedford Lawn car park) anyone visiting for longer than four hours will probably first seek out a space here.
If you arrive and it is full your only option is to drive round and round looking for a space to be vacated or head in to town and look for a space there. To get to town and look for other options leave the car park and turn right, then at the end of the road turn left and drop down the hill to the Esplanade and the town centre car parks and stay for four hours maximum (unless you move car parks after 4 hours).
Getting to Sidmouth town centre from here
If you elect to go via the park once there you head to your right and you will come to the steep ramp down to the beach or go more or less straight on and then turn right past the café to "Jacobs Ladder" (It is a flight of steps) and make your way down to the beach there.
Next to the café are some very old steps cut in to the walls which lead down to the front for those feeling very brave.
Pictures of the car park
You can have a look around the car park here