Around Beer

Beer is a perfect choice if you are looking for a Devon seaside holiday in an unspoilt location.  Once home to smugglers and the Queens Lace Makers it is now a traditional fishing village which is part of the World Heritage Site “Jurassic Coast” and East Devon`s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The heart of the village is the beach, a natural sun trap protected by magnificent white chalk cliffs and home to a small fleet of fishing boats.

The village itself has a strong local community and visitors are made very welcome.  There is a good selection of pubs and restaurants (including a pub garden overlooking the sea) together with a deli, bakery, post office, gift shops and art galleries.  We have two great attractions in the village, Beer Quarry Caves and Pecorama whilst nearby Seaton has the Tramway and The Jurassic Centre. The Donkey Sanctuary is a popular attraction and there is plenty to see and do in nearby Lyme Regis, Sidmouth, Branscombe and Seaton.  Dartmoor, Exeter, Plymouth and Weymouth are all an easy day trip away.


Wonderful coastal walks with breathtaking views. The South West Coastal Path is easy to follow, just look for the acorn symbols.


Go mackerel fishing in a self drive motorboat and we will cook your catch for breakfast!


What better way to spend a day than in a deck chair on Beer Beach.