The Seaside Inn

A home to relax in with views you'll never tire of

The Seaside Inn

Cross the doorway threshold into the entrance hall at The Seaside Inn and immediately you’ll feel like you’re on holiday. The spacious lounge/diner, with its Freeview TV and DVD player, is instantly relaxing and recognisable as the interior focal point for your stay. It’s the exterior you’ll want to explore next though.

Stunning sea view

Across the room are full length Georgian-style glazed doors leading to your private terrace, complete with your own garden furniture. Straight away you’ll notice the substantial, well-maintained gardens which the guests at Garlands can all enjoy. But look up, take a breath and summon the sea air from the view of blue waves stretching into the horizon. Grab a glass of wine and enjoy.

Re-trace your steps to explore the good-size, fully-equipped kitchen. There’s everything you’d expect, both inside and outside the cupboard doors: crockery, pans, utensils, ceramic hob, electric fan oven, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer and dishwasher to name but some of the equipment.

Oak furnished bedroom

You’ll find both bedrooms upstairs, both graced with views over the gardens to the sea that you just won’t tire of. The master contains a lovely double bed frame with oak furniture and Freeview TV. There’s an en-suite bathroom with washbasin, WC and bath with overhead shower.

The second bedroom is an equally well-furnished twin which also comes with Freeview TV and its own en-suite shower room, with shower cubicle, WC and washbasin, so there’s no need play the morning bathroom waiting game.

Need to know

All linen is provided and towels can be hired for a small fee. There’s private off-road parking, free WiFi and your well-behaved dog is very welcome.

Don’t forget – the peaceful retreat of The Seaside Inn is just a stone’s throw from the shops and restaurants of pretty Beer village and a mere 10 minute stroll from the beach and coastal path.

Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms. Saturday changeover. Also available for short breaks in low season.

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