Great Seaside B&B is a 16th century thatched farmhouse. Occupying an enviable position along the Jurassic Coast, Great Seaside overlooks the sea and is surrounded by over 400 acres of National Trust land. The property is beautifully furnished, with all rooms being fitted to a very high standard.
What makes a stay at Great Seaside B & B unique?
One of main things that makes Great Seaside B&B unique is its setting, being located just 200 yards from the beach, but also surrounded by stunning countryside. Branscombe is a wonderful village, where coast meets country. Great Seaside B&B is a National Trust property and is considered to be one of the most important vernacular properties belonging to the National Trust in Devon. Being a small bed & breakfast also makes Great Seaside B&B special, as guests will experience a warm welcome and enjoy delicious breakfasts cooked to order.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Great Seaside B & B?
Great Seaside B&B offers flexible accommodation, with a choice of rooms including double rooms, a family room (sleeps 3) and a family suite (sleeps a maximum of 5). The rooms offer tea/coffee making facilities, digital TV and hairdryers, and all come with a private bathroom or shower room. There is a guest lounge/dining room and a private car park for guests. Free WiFi is available to guests.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Branscombe area?
Branscombe village offers the best of both worlds, with glorious countryside in one direction, and a stunning beach in the other. Local attractions in Branscombe include a working forge, the Manor Mill, and the Old Bakery tearooms, all of which are owned by the National Trust.
Other local attractions include Seaton Tramway, the Donkey Sanctuary, Beer Quarry caves, Pecorama, and the Beer Heights light railway. The charming seaside towns of Sidmouth and Lyme Regis are just a short drive away.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Branscome has two pubs, The Mason's Arms and The Fountain Head. The Old Bakery is delightful tea room, owned by the National Trust, and the Sea Shanty is a great beach cafe, for lunch or afternoon tea.