Fore Street at dusk

Fore Street at dusk

Great views

Beer Beach

Beer Beach

Fantastic views

Beer Beach

Beer Beach

Calm seas

Fishing Boats

Fishing Boats

Go Mackeral Fishing

Welcome to Beer, East Devon

Beer, East Devon       Beer, East Devon Road Sign

If you are looking for an ideallic village for your cottage holidays then Beer in East Devon ticks all the boxes.

The village of Beer is in south-east Devon, England, on Lyme Bay

The village of Beer is situated on the 95-mile long Jurassic Coast, England's first natural World Heritage Site and its picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head, form part of the South West Coast Path and is an ideal location as a base and gateway to the Jurassic Coastal Walk.

Beer lies about two kilometres west of Seaton, about 35 kilometres east of the city centre of Exeter and 13 kilometres east of Sidmouth.

A pretty seaside village built around a small cove on the south coast of East Devon once famous for smuggling, and once reliant on fishing, and quarrying. The harbour is a natural cove, a suntrap sheltered from the prevailing coastal winds.
We have selected some of the finest eating establishments in this east devon coastal hamlet to recommend to you.

Beer is home to a cave complex, the Beer Quarry Caves, resulting from the quarrying of Beer stone. This stone has been prized since Roman times, because of its workability for carving and for its gentle yellow colour on exposure to air. Beer stone was used in the construction of 24 cathedrals around the UK, including Exeter Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's Cathedral, and was also used in the building of Christchurch Cathedral, St.Louis. Missouri, USA. Bovey House, an Elizabethan manor house, is a mile inland.

Starre House, the oldest house in Beer is built using the local Beer stone.

All our properties benefit from having a special facility at Axe Cliff Golf Course, so if you are a golfer staying with us allows you to go and enjoy the beautiful views to either play or eat at this venue.