Located in Beer, Devon
This smart terraced house is located in the Devon seaside village of Beer and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 1
The Margarets is a smart terraced house in the pretty coastal Devon village of Beer. The house sleeps six people in three bedrooms, a double and two twin (one can convert to a double) with a bathroom and downstairs shower room. On the ground floor is a sitting room and a kitchen with dining area. Outside is a sheltered enclosed courtyard with furniture and steep steps up to two elevated terraces with more outdoor furniture and toys in a summer house. Just 50 yards from the village centre, The Margarets is a modern and stylish base for a memorable break in Devon.
This smart house is situated in a terrace 500 yards from the heart of Beer. With a modern seaside feel, it is a comfortable base for families or friends to enjoy walking, the beach and the lovely scenery. Take the steps up to the hall and through to your comfortable welcoming sitting room. The kitchen is neat and efficient with a dining table and chairs in the centre. Head on up for a good night’s rest in the three smart bedrooms. Lovely for relaxing on sunny days is the sheltered enclosed courtyard at the rear with outdoor furniture, leading on up to a couple of elevated terraces with toys in a summer house, enclosed decking with table and chairs. Stroll into the heart of the village to enjoy the shops, restaurants and galleries or to sit by the harbour and watch waves break on the pebbly beach. You can take tours of the amazing chalk caves or go on fishing trips to catch your supper. Golf and coastal walks are relaxing activities, or head to Exeter for cathedral city attractions. The Margarets is a comfortable and convenient base for enjoying this lovely area.
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.