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Tranquil summer mornings start on the sunny terrace at this charming property that boasts boutique rooms, converted cottages, a cosy beamed dining room and a traditional stonewalled bar area, complete with a log fire with views over the garden. If you fancy exploring, wander the thatched village of Branscombe, join the South West Coastal Path or head to the Jurassic Coastline seaside towns of Sidmouth and Seaton.

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Branscombe's roads descend towards a lengthy pebbled bay, providing access to the South West Coastal Path and leading to the delightful town of Beer. This scenic coastal trek encompasses challenging uphill sections, yet the rewards are immense, as you are treated to breathtaking vistas of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

Set in the heart of the South Devon village of Branscombe, nestled between the seaside towns of Sidmouth and Seaton on the Jurassic Coast.

By car: The hotel is 45 minutes from Exeter, just under 2 hours from Bristol and 3 hours 30 mins from London. There is free parking on-site.

By train: Honiton station is a 20-minute drive from the hotel with trains from London Waterloo (3 hours) and Exeter St David's (30 mins). Book trains to Honiton.

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Situated in an ideal spot for those eager to discover the wonders of the Jurassic Coast, this inn exudes timeless appeal with its thatched roof and inviting bar with its low beams and spacious inglenook fireplace. Meticulously refurbished, the pub successfully combines contemporary elements with its rich heritage.


Service is attentive and amiable, with staff readily providing valuable suggestions whenever necessary. Step outside, and you'll discover a sunlit terrace, perfect for leisurely moments of savouring morning coffee or enjoying a relaxed lunch while observing the lively atmosphere.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Beer garden
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


There are stylish boutique rooms and converted cottages, including options for families and guests with pets. The Branscombe rooms provide expansive views and a separate seating area, while the modern, well-designed bathrooms ensure a comfortable stay for all guests.

Room types: Bijou Rooms, Classic Rooms, Superior Rooms, Branscombe Rooms

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There's a daily-changing specials board with the menu focused on seasonal, local produce. The Jurassic Coast is full of delicious ingredients, but it's the super-fresh seafood that steals the show. Select from locally brewed beers, West Country ciders and exquisite wines, adding an extra touch of enjoyment to your dining experience.

The restaurant: traditional British dishes, pub classics, fresh seafood, all-day dining, kids' menu. Open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £14.

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