Located in Beer, Devon
Gulls rest near the village of Beer, is able to sleep 7 thanks to two ground floor double beds, one super-sized king double bed and a ground floor single.
- Sleeps: 7
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 4
- Pet Friendly: No
A superb detached house situated on the hillside in the charming fishing village of Beer, on the south Devon coast. Offering stunning views of the harbour and the Jurassic Coast, this spacious house is perfect for a family or group of friends looking for a superb getaway.
A superb detached house situated on the hillside in the charming fishing village of Beer, on the south Devon coast. Offering stunning views of the harbour and the Jurassic Coast, this spacious house is perfect for a family or group of friends looking for a superb getaway. Upon entering Gull’s Rest be immediately greeted by the vast space this accommodation has to offer with a considerable hallway leading you to the exceptionally large living/ dining room featuring floor to ceiling windows showcasing the breathtaking views. There is a bright, well-appointed kitchen finished with spotless granite worktops and a breakfast area where you can sip a morning coffee and plan your day ahead. In addition, the ground floor also offers three immaculate bedrooms, a double with an en-suite, and a single bedroom which shares a bathroom with another double bedroom. On the first floor, there is an extensive master suite with generous en-suite, a glass front and balcony overlooking Beer and the beautiful sea views beyond. Next to this is an additional family bathroom complete with a sauna. Outside, you can sit and enjoy the sunset in the terraced gardens with a refreshing glass of wine. The small village of Beer has a sheltered shingle beach and a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy. Situated on the Jurassic Coast, there are plenty of stunning coastal walks to try. The seaside town of Seaton is just over a mile from Beer with a shingle beach and small harbour, and the nearby Seaton Wetlands Nature Reserve. The city of Exeter is just a 45-minute drive away. An excellent retreat for the whole family.
Lying on the eastern edge of the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the small coastal fishing village of Beer. Located perfectly for exploring the World Heritage Jurassic Coast the village has a shingle beach surrounded by white chalk cliffs creating a natural sun trap. There are plenty of places to eat out in the village with further options in the surrounding villages. Lots to do and see including Pecorama, a 9-acre site overlooking the sea with the Beer Heights Light Railway travelling through impressive gardens. The Beer Quarry Caves is a series of stunning underground caves filled with exhibits and stone carvings. The Beer Village Heritage Centre will tell you all about the rich history of the area while Marine House shows work by over 100 artists both local and national.