Places to Stay in Beer
With a rich maritime history and a quaint, old world charm, Beer is a lovely location to stay when visiting the East Devon area.
The village is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast and this, combined with the beautiful surrounds of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty make it one of the most picturesque places in Devon to use as your base.
Whether you’re planning a short break or want to stay a little longer, this charming seaside resort is full of galleries, shops, cafes, pubs, family-friendly attractions and easy access to the Jurassic Coast, so you’re never short of things to see and do.
Historically, Beer is famous for being a fishing village and these days, you can live out the nostalgia of a simpler time by hiring one of the former fisherman cottages that line the front. These cute, cosy cottages are perfect for a coastal getaway.
Whether you choose to stay in a B&B, a cottage or a hotel, you’ll probably notice that the buildings are all similar in style – that’s because the majority of the buildings in Beer are built with stone quarried from the famous caves. This stone was also used to construct Exeter Cathedral as well as parts of Westminster Cathedral and St Paul’s Cathedral in London.
Where to stay
Beer is a small village with plenty of accommodation options. With hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses and cottages offering a variety of self catering and full board stays, you can easily choose a property that best suits you. Whether you’re visiting with the family or are booking a romantic get away for two or even a business trip, there are options for everyone.
Rooms with a view
Wherever you stay in Beer there is always something lovely to look at. Whether you choose a caravan park or a hotel, you can be sure of cute thatched rooves and stunning views over the Lyme Bay.