Beer, Devon

Beer is a picturesque fishing village tucked away in a little cove on the World Heritage Site Jurassic Coast in East Devon. It's a lovely place for a potter around, with local shops and galleries, and at the bottom of the main street, a shingle beach where the boats bring in their daily catch. In the summer there are beach huts to rent for the day, and the red parasols signal the opening of Ducky's Beach Cafe where you can tuck into fresh crab sandwiches. When the tide's out, explore the rockpools, if you've got the right kind of footwear, go for a stroll up over the cliffs on the South West Coast Path; walk to Branscombe via Hooken Undercliff and when you get back you can have lunch or a pint in the clifftop beer garden of The Anchor Inn

At the top of the village you can visit Pecorama to see the the model railways and ride the miniature steam train around the gardens, or go to the fascinating underground caverns at Beer Quarry Caves. It all makes for a happy day out on your large group holidays in Devon

Large Holiday Homes in Devon