|Adult Twin occupancy room with double bed and en-suite shower room.||£70.00|
|Childrens rates are dependent on age range||P.O.A.|
Please enquire for room rates during Christmas & New Year, Bank Holidays and special event weekends.
A small deposit secures your booking.
Payment is cash only – sorry no credit cards or cheques are accepted.
Offers of accommodation are made according to the availability at the time of booking.
Reservations are accepted and confirmed on receipt of a non-refundable deposit of your first night’s stay. This will be deducted from the final account.
It is regretted that no allowances can be made for¦– temporary absence, early departure or late arrivals.
Children are welcome in either of our two family rooms.
We are sorry we cannot accommodate pets.
If you have any queries please just get in touch – we are here to help you make the most of your holiday.
The picturesque fishing village of Beer is one of Devons hidden gems.
Beer is a pretty coastal village that grew up around a smugglers' cove and caves which were once used to store contraband goods.
Now Beer is a traditional Devon fishing village with the cottages and houses built from the local Beer stone on either side of Fore Street which leads up from the beach and into the village.
Beer brook runs down the main street with its fast flow fed by 3 springs. Originally, the water ran slowly down all over the cobbles of the main street where it was used as a drain by the fishermen who tossed the gutted remains of their catch into the water whilst sitting outside their doorways.
Protected by the chalk cliffs of Beer Head which shelters the beach from the prevailing westerly winds, the cove is a sun trap with a micro climate of its own.
Long rubber mats are laid over the pebbles to make walking easier to one of the three beach cafés or to a deckchair of your choice from amongst the many which are set out for visitors to sit on.
Located about a mile west of the village are Beer Quarry Caves, a man-made underground complex of tunnels resulting from 2,000 years of quarrying beer limestone.
Guided tours of the caves are now run from spring to autumn and they provide a haven for hibernating bats in winter.
A short walk away from Ashdale House B&B is the tourist attraction of Pecorama with its beautiful gardens overlooking the sea, model railway displays, a modellers shop, and the Beer Heights Light Railway where a ride on the railway along the 1 mile long track offers wonderful views over Lyme Bay to distant Portland Bill.
River Cottage H.Q. at Park Farm near to Musbury and the River Cottage Canteen in Axminster a converted old Inn which is now an organic produce shop/market and canteen are both less than 30 minutes drive away.
There is a selection of restaurants nearby to Ashdale House B&B with a choice of cuisine styles.
The Barrel O' Beer offers fine food and real ales.
At Steamers Restaurant you'll find a range of flavours and styles from simple Mediterranean food to classic British dishes. The menu offers a selection of fish, meat and vegetarian choices which are prepared to order using fresh, local ingredients.
The Dolphin Hotel is renowned for its good home–cooked meals which prepared daily using only the best local produce available.
Close to the beach is the Anchor Inn which serves tasty bar snacks, light bites and daily “specials” and in their restaurant you can choose from their lunchtime and an evening menu ranging from light snacks to a full three-course dinner.
The Spice Merchant Indian Restaurant and Gina's Italian Restaurant provide an alternative choice.
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