Beer is a picturesque, historic, fishing village on the coast of East Devon, located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that offers an array of coastal and inland activities and attractions.
Kephalo is near the heart of the village, a marvellous cottage for a group of friends or family.
Sleeping 7, plus a cot, with a garden and parking for two cars, a real bonus in the tight knit village.
No matter the time of year, this cottage makes an ideal base for exploring Devon and Dorset or with its 5 generous comfy sofas, it’s a great place to just relax.
A bright kitchen-dining area, adjoining lounge and cosy conservatory make the ground floor a great social space.
In the summer there is the addition of the attractive terraced garden with furnished summer house (unheated) and bbq terrace.
In the winter months you can head to the lounge, snuggle by the wood burning stove and set up a board game.
The dining room sits 7 plus a high chair comfortably.
There are four bedrooms: a ground floor double bedroom next to a shower room & WC, upstairs are two double rooms, one which may be set up with twin beds or a super king bed, and a single bedroom.
The village of Beer is delightful; it was a finalist in the "Village of the Year” competition in 2018.
The sheltered pebble beach is the village’s highlight.
From Easter to October Half Term three beach cafes operate; beach huts, deck chairs and self-drive motor boats equipped with fishing lines can be hired.
Fishing trips can be booked and there is a traditional wet fish shop just off the beach.
There are great rock pools to explore and the beach is a fun place to take a dip on a warm day.
In the winter, storm watching and bracing cliff walks can be followed by a retreat to one of the village’s three cosy pubs, two restaurants or its wine bar.
The village is a brilliant base for walkers.
Whether you enjoy a peaceful amble or a more challenging hike, the coastal walking routes offers splendid views.
Kephalo has the bonus of being opposite a footpath link to the South West Coast Path.
For those seeking a more educational attraction: the ancient man-made limestone caves of Beer Quarry offer the opportunity to learn more about the old working conditions of quarry miners going back to Roman times.
Pecorama in the village is a great day out, with a miniature steam railway, landscaped gardens, indoor and outdoor play areas, children’s entertainment in the summer and much, much more – a must do for any family holiday.
Kephalo is a fabulous cottage for a gathering of family or friends, with plenty of space for everyone, perfect for celebrations, adventure or simply for relaxation on the East Devon coast.