Branscombe

Branscombe between Beer and Sidmouth claims to be the longest village in England, right on the East Devon coast with a good beach complete with rock pools, renowned bakery, and delightfully for some of us its own brewery... Read More

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Masons Arms (The)

Masons Arms (The)

A warm welcome awaits at this enchanting ancient inn and its thatched cottage rooms which have nestled at the heart of the picturesque coastal village of Branscombe for nearly 700 years. Four poster beds, ... More | Double Room: 80 - 170 | visit website

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Keystone Lodge Hotel at Bulstone

Keystone Lodge Hotel at Bulstone

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Keystone Lodge Hotel at Bulstone, Branscombe is set in 3 acres of grounds with on site private parking. A maximum of 7 suites ensures that guests receive individual attention at ... More | visit website

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Belmont House B&B (1.94 miles)

Belmont House B&B
Belmont House Bed and Breakfast is set in the heart of the delightful Devon fishing village of Beer, a narrow cove between gleaming white headlands, with a gurgling stream running through its centre. Just two ... More | visit website
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Jean Bartlett Cottage Holidays (1.97 miles)

Jean Bartlett Cottage Holidays
The Visitors' choice for self catering holidays in the West Country since 1980.

We currently offer some of the finest self catering cottages in the UK. With over 120 properties covering coastal and inland areas within the East Devon ... More | visit website
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Anchor Inn (2.01 miles)

Anchor Inn

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A traditional Inn over looking the sea on the East Devon coast. good menu choice specialising in fresh fish. Cosy open fires in the winter and a cliff top garden ... More

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Bay View Guest House (2.02 miles)

Bay View Guest House

Wonderfully positioned right on the seafront in the picturesque fishing village of Beer, Bay View Guest House offers high quality accommodation in an idyllic location just a stone's throw from the beach. The South West Coast Path ... More | visit website

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Weston Bay Resort (2.14 miles)

Weston Bay Resort
Weston Bay Resort lies in the Devon countryside overlooking "The Jurassic Coast", England's only natural World Heritage Site right next to the world famous Donkey Sanctuary. In an area surrounded by animals, wooded hills, lush ... More | visit website
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The Eyre Court (3.01 miles)

The Eyre Court
Welcome to the Eyre Court Hotel which is under new management and new attitude. Seaton's Eyre Court Hotel is ideally positioned only 150 metres from the famous Jurassic coast seaside and conveniently placed in the middle ... More | visit website
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Glebe House (3.17 miles)

Glebe House

Glebe House is set on a hillside, overlooking the lovely Coly Valley, just inland from the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. With stunning views and an idyllic rural situation, Glebe House offers comfortable and relaxing Bed ... More | visit website

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Harepath Holidays Limited (3.32 miles)

Harepath Holidays Limited

Harepath Holidays at Peacehaven is a family run holiday business situated in the lovely East Devon Countryside near Seaton. We enjoy lovely views over the Axe Estuary and beyond to the sea.

Our facilities include an ... More | visit website

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Salty Monk (3.85 miles)

Salty Monk
This delightful 16C Restaurant with Rooms was originally a Salt House used by the Benedictine Monks who traded Salt at Exeter Cathedral. Set in the unspoilt natural beauty of Devon this area has lots of ... More | visit website
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Swallows Eaves Hotel (3.96 miles)

Swallows Eaves Hotel

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Set in the glorious countryside of East Devon, Swallows Eaves is a small, privately owned, wisteria-clad hotel set in the pretty village of Colyford, close to Lyme Regis, Sidmouth and ... More

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