Marine House at Beer Fore Street Beer Nr Seaton Devon, EX 12 3EF Phone +44 (0) 1297 625257 Email:[email protected] Open all year including Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 – 5:30pm (5 pm Sundays and Nov to Mar) Opening time on Private View days: 11 am. Closed Mondays mid Nov to 1 April (Tuesday for SG). Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Open New Year’s Day 12-4 pm. Take a look around the gallery on Google Maps.
Steam Gallery at Beer Fore Street Beer Nr Seaton Devon, EX 12 3JB Phone +44 (0) 1297 625144 Email: [email protected] Open all year including Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 – 5:30pm (5 pm Sundays and Nov to Mar) Opening time on Private View days: 11 am. Closed Tuesdays mid-Nov to 1 April. Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Open New Year’s Day 12-4 pm. Take a look around the gallery on Google Maps.
ACCOMMODATION There’s a wide range of accommodation in Beer and its environs including self catering cottages and apartments, guest houses and hotels. Some of our favourites are detailed below:
www.jeanbartlettholidaycottages.co.uk which includes our own 4 and 5 star facilities in Marine House. We have 2 x 2 bedroom apartments with parking and gardens. Only 200 yards from the beach and all Beer’s shops, restaurants and pubs.
CHARACTER HOTELS WITH GOOD ACCOMMODATION
www.masonsarms.co.uk in neighbouring Branscombe, a famous and characterful inn with 20 luxurious rooms.
www.anchorinn-beer.com Overlooking the beach – a popular inn with 8 rooms.
www.thepighotel.com/at-combe/ Elizabethan hotel nestled in the Otter Valley near Honiton
BED AND BREAKFAST
www.baldashcottage.co.uk Rural Branscombe, 3 bed and breakfast rooms plus self catering lodge. Outstanding place to stay. www.colebrookehouse.com Centre of Beer 6 Rooms. Comfortable and convenient.
www.durhamhouse.org Centre of Beer 8 rooms. Comfortable and convenient.
Beer and the surrounding area has a wide selection of places to eat. Amongst the most notable are:
www.steamersrestaurant.co.uk In the heart of Beer, an informal restaurant blending modern design in an old converted chandlery. Very good food especially local fish and sea food. Best eating in the area in our view.
Also, Osborne’s Coffee and Wine Bar, opposite Steam Gallery – opened in spring 2014, informal comfortable setting for coffee, drinks, light food, an excellent addition to the village.
Beach cafes In season there are four open air beach cafes selling snacks, refreshments and light meals. Beer beach is south facing and backed by white cliffs. It is a wonderful heat trap.
www.masonsarms.co.uk in Branscombe, Beer’s neighbouring seaside village. Good food with local ingredients in this famous character inn.
www.fountainheadinn.com Also in Branscombe, but at the top of the valley in the Sidmouth direction, this is a splendid unspoilt country local selling the excellent Branscombe Vale Beer and a range of good pub food. Registered in England and Wales no 4230772. Registered office at Marine House at Beer address (see above)