The fishing village of Beesands lies on the South Devon coast, on Start Bay, between Hallsands and Torcross. The Rolling Stone’s Keith Richards visited regularly during the fifties, and his first performance with Mick Jagger was at the village green. Thanks to its magnificent beach, picturesque cottages and spectacular coastal scenery, it is a popular holiday destination among visitors who want to unwind by the sea. Take a wander along the seafront from your Beesands holiday cottage and you will notice fishing boats landing their catch of crab and lobster. Fishermen still sell fresh seafood at the village green, and crab sandwiches are a local delicacy. A stroll from holiday cottages in Beesands, the beach is a vast stretch of shingle shore, backed by unspoiled countryside and a freshwater lake known as Widdecombe Ley.

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A superb coastal cottage in Beesands, South Devon. Beautifully designed to make the very most of its wonderful position on the coast, you'll find a luxurious interior and amazing sea views throughout. Three spacious bedrooms and loads of outdoor space means plenty of room, and it even has a cinema!

Beam Ends offers families on holiday along the South Devon coast the opportunity to experience old-school life in the small fishing village of Beesands, Devon, a coastal cottage that features majestic sea views, luxurious cinema room with en-suite shower, and relaxing front and back gardens.

Surfing, bodyboarding, fishing and swimming are popular at the beach, while the lake is a favourite for sailing and windsurfing. The South West Coast Path runs right past the village, with breathtaking views across Start Bay. Walk at least a small stretch of this world-famous route, and keep an eye out for passing seals and dolphins. Well worth a visit on self-catering holidays in Beesands, Britannia at the Beach is an excellent restaurant and café, serving fresh, locally caught seafood, breakfast and afternoon tea. At the village’s southern edge, the Cricket Inn is a historic pub with views of the English Channel, good food and a selection of local ales.

To Beesands’ east, Dartmouth is a charming resort with a 14th century castle, a theme park and a Blue Flag sandy beach. To the west, Salcombe is another classic resort on estuary of the River Kingsbridge, with a sandy shore and clear blue waters, backed by rolling hills. The mysterious landscapes of Dartmoor National Park are to the north of Beesands.