Heathercliffe - A Classic, Family & Dog Friendly Cottage, In The Heart Of Beer
At a glance
- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- ✓ Dog Friendly
- ✓ Unique Interior
- ✓ Close to Beach
From £110 per night
* Prices may vary between low and high season.
This is a classic Beer cottage, with a twist! Sleeping six and dog friendly this property is enchanting, blending traditional features with fun and tasteful interiors. It is functional with everything you need, including bbq, fantastic living space inside and out, and all within easy reach of all Beer and East Devon has on offer. Add a Hot Tub to your stay !
Heathercliffe is a fantastic Devon stay, within walking distance of pubs, delicatessens and of course, the crystal clear waters lapping against Beer Beach.
Heathercliffe is a gorgeous, home from home period Victorian cottage, in the centre of the East Devon fishing village of Beer. It's superb location make it popular with walkers exploring the south west coast path, as well as families spending their holidays in this picture perfect village. With nearby attractions, galleries, local arts and crafts, annual events and fantastic pubs, Heathercliffe is ideally located for all your holiday stays.
Great house in an idilic seaside town...
Great house in an idilic seaside town. Perfect for a family of 5. Sea was a few mins walk away and the views from the walks along the coastal path were like being in the Caribbean. Beer is a lovely little town with a great fish and chips shop and everything you will need. The house was great, very well fitted out and perfect for a few lazy days with 3 kids (10, 5 & 3). Definitely take an hours boat ride with local fisherman Kim Aplin (Boat E515), he was great. Wholeheartedly recommend this place.
The location was amazing...
Our stay in Beer was lovely. The location was amazing and the house and garden were great. Pretty well equipped - we cooked a few meals (recommend getting some fresh fish from Beer beach) and would recommend The Pig in Coombe for a special meal out as well as the lovely walk over to Branscombe. The Mason's Arms there is a great pub. We found the house a little difficult to find - didn't immediately come up on sat nav and was a little further up the road than the postcode suggests. Thank you so much!