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A really pretty beach on a gorgeous spring day. Grab a drink, a meal or an icecream from Duckys to watch the world go by. You can walk the coastal path in either direction to Seaton or Branscombe - a bit steep in places but...More
A nice small beach to walk on, stony but the views and the boats are interesting. We picked up flotsam and jetsam from the beach and put in the rubbish bin. There were a lot of old BMW car parts from the shipwreck of the...More
This is a charming beach to sit and people watch! Lots of activity with boats sailing in and out. Not a sandcastle building beach as pebbles. Rocks in the corner for crab hunting. Several little beach cafes. Public toilets above the beach and parking is...More
Spectacular stoney beach with a few fishing boats. Lovely little village leading up from the beach with a few restaurant pubs. Fish and chip takeaway to get something to take to the beach. Couple of nice galleries to browse in.
Beer regatta is brill, the week is packed with different events to suit all ages and interests (including the famous 'barrel rolling') the events take place in the main Street, the beach,the gardens and even in the sea! The... More
Beer regatta is brill, the week is packed with different events to suit all ages and interests (including the famous 'barrel rolling') the events take place in the main Street, the beach,the gardens and even in the sea! The best day is 'regatta day'(Thursday) with a firework display at 9:45. There are too many things going on during the week to mention so I suggest that you buy a regatta program available from local shops.
Mackerel fishing boats runs from Beer with equipment available, the fishing trips can last from one to three hours. You can also hire small self-drive boats from the beach. Bass fishing is good at Branscombe or Beer Head.
I don't know anything about dog day care companys but there are some including pawficient pet care, pumpkins pet care & Drum kennels.
There are lots of coastal walks on the south west coast path in the area such as Hoken Cliffs (Beer to Branscombe) which is a nice walk with dogs.
I recommend the AVMT Buses service 899 it runs from Seaton to Sidmouth via Beer & Branscombe, it's a good way of exploring the area (the ride is particularly scenic between Beer, Branscombe & Sidmouth as it runs through narrow country lanes).
enjoy your stay in Beer.