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Dramatic landscapes, stunning walks and fishing boats

Beer cottages

Visit Beer

There aren’t many places prettier than Beer - a picturesque ancient fishing village in East Devon. Part of England’s first World Heritage Site, the Jurassic Coast, the village is nestled in a narrow valley, and in one of the most sheltered locations along the Devon coast. The shingle beach is lined with fishing boats and surrounded by beautiful white chalk cliffs - the perfect backdrop for a peaceful Devon holiday.

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Beer Cottages

Looking to visit the area this year, but not sure where to stay? Take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in Beer; with everything from family-friendly cottages to cosy idylls for two.

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South Devon Cottages

Take a look at our selection of South Devon holiday cottages, offering up everything from converted farmhouses for families, to romantic boltholes for two, via sea view apartments. Our choice of accommodation will ensure you have a memorable South Devon holiday.

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A Local's Guide to Beer

Beer is a charming fishing village located on the south coast of Devon. With a potted history that’s traceable back as far as the Anglo-Saxon era when the settlement was known as Bearu (translated as The Groves), Beer is also known for smugglers, remarkably well-preserved quarry caves, an annual regatta and some lovely pubs and restaurants that have been plying their fine trade for decades.

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A dramatic backdrop

If you’re thinking of heading to Beer for a Devon holiday, there are lots of things to do and sights to see. With dramatic chalk white cliffs above hidden underground caves, the village has gorgeous landscape to admire and is right on the South West Coast Path. As such, some of the UK’s most stunning coastal walks can be found here, with dramatic views across the Jurassic Coastline.

A stroll through the pretty streets will uncover independent shops, pubs, fish and chip restaurants, and local delicatessens, where you can sample some fine local produce. Local attractions to keep the kids amused include Beer beach, while Crealy Adventure Park is just a 30-minute drive away. The theme park caters for all ages with rides, animal shows, and undercover attractions for those not so sunny days.

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