Cycling around Beer
There are several different day trips for cyclists starting from Beer.
Other things to do nearby
Set within beautiful gardens with the famous Beer Heights Light Railway and fascinating exhibition of model railways.
Courses and events inspired by the philosophy of River Cottage, from a night's dining through foraging and breadmaking courses.
Tour this vast man-made complex of underground caverns created by centuries of quarrying the famous Beer Stone.
There are no commercial attractions here - just gently rolling countryside with fields where you can meet the donkeys.
The famous River Cottage Canteen showcases the very best of South West produce, with menus changing daily.
Enjoy a fun day out for all the family at one of Devon's most popular attractions!
Take a walk down to Beer's beautiful beach and hire a traditional wooden boat for the day.
Seaton Jurassic is the south west's newest and most exciting day out. Take a journey through time to worlds familiar and alien.
There are a few different types of walks available around Beer.
Hire a traditional wooden motor boat off Beer beach for mackerel fishing, angling or just a trip around the bay.
630 miles of superb coastline, the South West Coastal Path makes up the longest National Trail in the UK. On the way take in the heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery to truly inspire you.
Hop on a narrow gauge heritage tram between Seaton, Colyford and Colton and get an unrivalled view of the River Axe estuary and two nature reserves.
Just five minutes away from the South West Coastal Path, literally behind the hostel, Litton Cheney is the perfect stop over on your journey to Land's End.
If you're looking for a more adventurous break, mountain biking around the Lulworth area of Dorset will get the legs and adrenaline pumping.
Once you leave the village of West Lulworth, you'll discover flatter areas, perfect for a relaxed bike ride.
17th century working watermill and Museum of Rural Bygones. Tea room, local crafts and trout fishing in a peaceful, rural setting. Visit the Dorset Guide website