: Eyre Court Hotel
: The Anchor, Beer
Wellfield Lodge is a modern apartment close to the Victorian town of Seaton/Beer. The perfect place to start exploring the famous, stunning Jurassic coastline of East Devon. The Lodge is situated in quiet and peaceful surroundings with sea views.The victorian town of Seaton is located within a 15/20 minute walk, along with the beach and coastal path. There is an esplanade which stretches along the beach to the quaint Axmouth Harbour. Seaton has a variety of restaurants, pubs and cafes to suit all tastes.Take a ride on the old traditional tramline along the Estuary of the river Axe through the Nature Reserve and Bird Sanctuary. The picturesque fishing village of Beer, is a 25 minute walk along the coast path, with its traditional deck chairs & beach huts where you can sit & have a hearty Traditional English Breakfast after a walk along the cliff top or an afternoon Devon cream Tea.Enjoy freshly caught fish displayed on all the menus at the good choice of restaurants/pubs. Visit Pecorama,a haven for train enthusiastics with lovely gardens & fantastic sea views or Beer Caves, the Old Smugglers Haunts.
The town of Sidmouth with its Victorian seafront is just 10 miles to the west where people come from all over the world to visit the famous week long folk festival in August, along with The Donkey Sanctuary.
The beautiful City of Exeter where a day can be spent exploring the old Underground Passages,Cathedral,
Quayside or just the shops is about 40 minutes drive by car, bus or train. The Lovely Moors & villages of Dartmoor.
Just 7 miles to the East of Seaton is the quaint Dorset town of Lyme Regis with the Old Cobb Harbour.Enjoy a fresh fish lunch at Hix's Oyster and Fish House or a short drive to the market town of Axminster where Hugh Fearnley-Whittenstals River Cottage Canteen can be sampled or book in at River Cottage Headquarters just 15 minutes away.
Weymouth is just 45 minutes drive away from Seaton. The X53 Bus travels along the Jurrassic Coast passing through Seaton to Weymouth & then as far as Poole in Dorset.