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We stopped here for a picnic after visiting Pecorama. It has a nice little play park with public toilets just next to it. Essential for family!
We then walked the 2 or so miles along the coast path to Seaton. I would really recommend this...More
Wednesday afternoon 2nd of January and we visited this picturesque beach which is flanked on both sides by white cliffs.
This is a working beach, there were a number of fishing trawlers landed on the pebbled beach. There were signs about the place advertising fishing...More
after the "debacle" of yesterday in Dunster. Today, the peace, quiet and tranquillity of this beautiful village and beach in Devon. Winter parking is usually quite easy and we had no problem. Finding the WCs was quite easy and most of the shops were open...More
As a family we've been visiting Beer Beach for over 50 years and it always retains its olde worlde charm. There are plenty of stories about smuggler's using this beach in days gone by and when you visit its easy to see why. The café...More
Stopped here on the basis that we'd seen some reviews about the chalk cliffs and thought it would be a nice place to stop between devon and southampton. It was a beautiful little town, with some lovely shops and the beach was just delightful. As...More
Really interesting beach, great nick nack shops, small pubs and cafes. Cafe on the beach has great icecream and hot drinks. Also small information kiosk which has info about surrounding sea life and wildlife. Great place to visit
Wanted, (because I Could) a beer in Beer, but it was early, (too early for a beer) so we went down on the beach and had a brilliant cooked breakfast, super coffee, it was great. Went back the next day ( Later in day )...More
Beer regatta is brill, the week is packed with different events to suit all ages and interests (including the famous 'barrel rolling') the events take place in the main Street, the beach,the gardens and even in the sea! The... More
Beer regatta is brill, the week is packed with different events to suit all ages and interests (including the famous 'barrel rolling') the events take place in the main Street, the beach,the gardens and even in the sea! The best day is 'regatta day'(Thursday) with a firework display at 9:45. There are too many things going on during the week to mention so I suggest that you buy a regatta program available from local shops.
Mackerel fishing boats runs from Beer with equipment available, the fishing trips can last from one to three hours. You can also hire small self-drive boats from the beach. Bass fishing is good at Branscombe or Beer Head.
I don't know anything about dog day care companys but there are some including pawficient pet care, pumpkins pet care & Drum kennels.
There are lots of coastal walks on the south west coast path in the area such as Hoken Cliffs (Beer to Branscombe) which is a nice walk with dogs.
I recommend the AVMT Buses service 899 it runs from Seaton to Sidmouth via Beer & Branscombe, it's a good way of exploring the area (the ride is particularly scenic between Beer, Branscombe & Sidmouth as it runs through narrow country lanes).
enjoy your stay in Beer.