The cliff-top walk between Branscombe Mouth and Beer (photo: John Goodman).The small, historic fishing port of Beer is built on the hillside behind a natural harbour with a shingle beach.  To the east and west are cliff-top walks, with wonderful views out over Branscombe Bay.  The town includes several pubs and restaurants, including a beach cafe from about Easter through to early autumn.  Plenty of small shops.  Don't miss the "Steam Gallery" with its displays of the work of local artists.

A couple of miles outside the main town, Beer Quarry Caves are well worth a visit.

The beach at Beer harbour (photo: John Goodman).Beer is only some 3 miles from “Baldash Cottage” by road - and there is an excellent walk along the cliff-top between Branscombe Mouth and Beer.


★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Bed & Breakfast at "Baldash Cottage" in Branscombe
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