In Beer, 500 yards up from the centre of the village, a smart terraced house. At the back, a sheltered enclosed courtyard (table/chairs) with steep steps up to two terraces with summer house (toys), enclosed decking (table/chairs) and views of village rooftops. Inside, a modern seaside feel with stripped wood, seagrass flooring and cool coastal colours. At the front, steps up from parking space to hall (for coats/boots). Comfortable living room (TV/DVD) with wood floor (rugs). Neat kitchen/dining room (slimline dishwasher, microwave, electric oven/gas hob) with tiled floor and table/chairs in the middle, cupboard with washer-drier. Utility room with fridge-freezer. Shower-room (suite). Door to courtyard. Stairs (stairgates) up to three stylish bedrooms - a double (5' bed, TV/DVD) looking over the courtyard, a twin (zip-linkable to 6' double), and another twin (truckle bed 2'6", limited clothes-hanging space); compact bathroom (suite, shower over bath). Best for maximum of 5 adults. Modern, stylish and comfortable and handy for harbour, beach, pub and coastal walks.
Beer: pretty fishing village (shops, restaurants, galleries) with cove harbour and sloping pebble beach. Chalk cliffs on either side hide caves (tours). Sea fishing trips. Golf nearby. Coastal walks (‘Jurassic Coast’) to lovely harbour towns: Seaton, 2 miles; Lyme Regis, 8 (10 road miles). Honiton, 10 miles; Exeter, 22.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x twin (can convert to super king size double), 1 x twin (one bed 2’6”). Bathroom with bath, shower over, WC, basin. Ground floor hall. Sitting room. Kitchen with dining area. Utility room. Ground floor shower room with shower, WC, basin.
BEER Seaton 1.5 miles; Lyme Regis 9 miles; Sidmouth 9.5 miles; Exeter 25 miles. Beer is a small picturesque fishing village on the south Devon coast near Seaton. The shingle beach is very sheltered, backed by limestone cliffs and was once fertile smuggling territory, plus contraband was hidden in nearby caves, which are now a popular tourist attraction. Beer is situated on the stretch of Devon coastline, known as the Jurassic Coast, a designated World Heritage Site, and the village offers sloping streets lined with picturesque stone houses and cottages built on many different levels of the steep valley sides. There are a good range of shops, friendly cafes, restaurants and pubs in Beer, plus just outside the village is the popular Pecorama Gardens, which are perched on the hill overlooking Lyme Bay. Pecorama boasts the Beer Heights Light Railway and indoor model railway exhibition, along with a childrens' play area. Beer is a unique Devon fishing village and a great place to stay.