|Beaumont Seaton Beaumont, Castle Hill, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2QW|
"An attractive and spacious sea front guest house in a quiet town position offering comfort and personal attention"
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Beaumont Guest HouseCastle Hill, Seaton, Devon EX12 2QW
Telephone: 01297 20832
Enjoy England 4 Stars
Proprietors: Gill and Dave Fitzgerald
|Bed and Breakfast overlooking Lyme Bay. |
An elegant Victorian guest house in an unrivalled location.
|All bedrooms are shower en suite. |
They have digial TV, clock radio, tea and coffee making with biscuits, hairdryers and toiletries.
There is a ground floor room available.
All rooms are spacious, airy and tastefully decorated.
All first floor rooms have outstanding views over Lyme Bay and the cliffs of Beer.
Children are welcome.
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Beaumont enjoys an unrivalled location in the seaside town of Seaton. It is on the sea front, at the edge of the town, close to shops, restaurants and to all of the leisure and sporting facilities offered by the town.
We are within eight miles of both the East Dorset and South Somerset borders, thereby enjoying the tourist benefits of three counties. All three county towns are within easy reach. . . . Dorchester, Taunton and Exeter.
We are at the heart of the only coastal world Heritage Site in England . . . . the 'Jurassic Coast', bordered by a large Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a site of special scientific interest.
The long and winding river Axe and its estuary wetlands open out into Seaton Bay, beneath the limestone Haven Cliffs. A wetland wildlife reserve with a recently established lagoon and several bird hides lies between Seaton and Colyton. Otters are beginning to establish themselves there.
For walking we can offer everything from the three quarter mile esplanade opposite, through rural rambles, town walks, circular walks, the 'Devon Way' and a spectaular section of the 400 mile South Coast Walk, for those with time on their hands and energy to spare. Our riverside tramline from Seaton to Colyton is a historical Legend.
There are many and varied attractions within easy reach, from National Trust estates, zoos and parklands, to theme parks and private gardens and the famous Pecorama in the adjacent fishing village of Beer. Further afield are the great wild moorlands of Exmoor and Dartmoor.
There are seven restaurants, five takeaways and three cafes within a few minutes walk.
There are four pubs, three with restaurant facilities, just a few minutes walk away.
In the next village of Beer there are further cafes, pubs, takeaways, wine bars and restaurants.
We can advise you on specialised restaurants and pubs in the locality.
Local bus services operate from Marine Parade just 50 yards away. These include a regular jurrasic coast service operating between Exeter and Poole in Dorset.
South west trains from London stop at Axminster just 4 miles away, from which there is a regular bus service.
There are taxi firms operating in the town.
Coach tours to Plymouth and many other parts of Devon and Cornwall start from Marine Parade.
...or you may just want to relax in our comfortable, well appointed Victorian guest house, where you will enjoy.
A warm welcome awaits you.
|Booking In and out.|
Rooms are available from 2pm and we ask guests to vacate them by 10.30am on morning of departure.
We have space to park seven cars off road, but this requires some car owners to leave their keys with us. There is ample parking space in town and overnight free parking nearby.