Cheap Hotels in Beer
Property Location Located in Bideford (Hartland), The Anchor Inn is close to Hartland Abbey and Hartland Point. This inn is within the region of Clovelly Harbour and The Gnome Reserve and Wildflower Garden. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 11 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Dining Breakfast is available daily for a fee. Business, Other Amenities The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
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Hotels in Beer
A beautiful, picture-postcard Devon fishing village, Beer is the perfect destination for day trippers visiting the Devonshire area.
Nestling snugly in Lyme Bay along 95 miles of Jurassic Coast, Beer features a wonderful little shingle beach, a natural suntrap beneath the picturesque white cliffs above.
The sheltered waters of Beer beach are bathed in sun during the summer months, thanks largely to the huge limestone cliffs that offer protection from the wind. A working beach, the brightly coloured wooden fishing boats and their winches, nets and floats only add to the beach's charm and beauty. A soothing and calm afternoon can easily be spent on the shingles watching the fishermen landing their daily catches of lobster, crab, scallops and fresh fish.
During May and October, fishing trips are offered from the beach to catch some of the many mackerel that are abundant in the waters around Beer. Boats are also available for hire and the majestic Beer Luggers can often be seen sailing in the bay on a summer's evening.
Like many West Country coastal hamlets, Beer has a historic past cemented in smuggling. Devon's most notorious smuggler, Jack Rattenbury, was born in Beer in 1778. He became a fisherman and was captured by the French, which allowed him to have numerous adventures on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
From Beer hotels, adventurers should take the time to visit the Beer Quarry caves while in the town, a vast man-made complex of underground caverns. They were created by centuries of quarrying the famous Beer Stone, which went towards building 24 cathedrals, including St. Pauls. It also contributed to the construction of grand royal buildings such as Buckingham Palace.
Visitors can take a tour through the impressive cave system and see the awe-inspiring halls of vaulted roofs and pillars, which have been likened to a vast underground cathedral.
Around 30 miles from Beer, visitors to the area can find Crealy Great Adventure Park, an award-winning family attraction. Open all year, the park has over 60 rides and attractions set in over 100 acres of beautiful Devon countryside. With over 100 animals to see, 30 outdoor attractions and a variety of other activities there really is something for every member of the family.
Come to Beer – you won't be disappointed!
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Beer
What are the most booked hotels in Beer?One of the best hotels to stay in Beer is The Anchor Inn.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Beer?The Anchor Inn in Beer offers one night in a double room at the price of £67.
If I want to stay in the center of Beer, which hotels shall I consider?The Anchor Inn is located in the central neighborhood of Beer.
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