We want to make life easier for you so that you have a stress free visit to Beer. To ensure your journey is as easy as can be, we have added some travel information to this page. Please use the information to the right to plan your visit, and don’t forget to check the other sections on this website to find out about accommodation, attractions, events and activities.
Travel by Rail
The nearest train station is Axminster and it is approximately 20 minutes away by car or by bus from Seaton. Exeter is about 50 mins away from Beer via a bus service.
A London Waterloo to Axminster timetable can be obtained from National Rail Enquiries. Alternatively, you can call ‘traveline’, the public transport information service, or refer to the Traveline website.
Traveline – Telephone Number: 0871 2002233
Travel by Coach or Bus
Timetables can be obtained from the Jurassic Coast website, and from the Beer Village Store and also from the Seaton Tourist Information Centre. For the latest bus information, route details, and bus pass enquiries, please refer to the Devon County Council website.
Travel by Taxi
The nearest taxi firm and they are based in Seaton, Devon. They cover the local surrounding area including: Lyme Regis, Axminster, Honiton, Sidmouth, Dorset and Somerset. Petes Taxis also cover all airports and train stations and they are open 7 days a week, you can visit their website for further information.
Petes Taxis – Telephone Number: 01297 20999
Based at 21 Roman Way, Seaton, EX12 2NT and they are available for long & short journeys. Seaton Taxis are day & night, EDDC licensed, they also have a female driver available, and you can call them for further information.
Seaton Taxis – Telephone Number: 01297 24666
Beer beach is a natural suntrap and the waters in the bay are very sheltered with the imposing limestone cliffs giving protection from the wind. Because it is a ‘working beach’ the picturesque paraphernalia of the fishing industry with its brightly coloured wooden boats, nets, winches and neon-coloured floats add to its charm with the […]... Read More
Norman Lockyer Observatory
Stargazers will love a visit to the Norman Lockyer Observatory. Founded in 1912 by Sir Norman Lockyer, the observatory was a centre for... Read More
For all lovers of nature and the great outdoors, Escot is a unique experience and offers a great family day out. Set in... Read More
Dolphin Antiques and Collectables
An Aladdin’s cave of affordable antique, vintage and collectable items can be found at the Dolphin Antiques and Collectables Centre, situated behind the... Read More
Situated in the centre of Beer village, just 150 yards from the beach. The three en-suite rooms have a TV, local information guide... Read More
Beer Albion hosts FA Cup Match
Beer Albion was recently given the honour of hosting a cup match in England’s newest football competition. The first round contest between Plymouth... Read More
BBC One Looking for Homes in Beer
BBC One are looking for people who live in interesting homes in Beer and the surrounding areas and would be happy to try... Read More
How it all Started
The origins of the original www.beer-devon.co.uk began with a local man called Phil Curtis and just so his sterling work is not forgotten... Read More
A Big Thank You
www.beer-devon.co.uk would like to thank the generous local contributors that donated resources and time, helping to make this new website possible. Adrian Oakes... Read More