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Branscombe beach is a long expanse of pebbles flanked by pretty painted beach huts and beachside cafe. Believed to be the longest village in the country, the streets sweep down through the stunning valley to the sea, lined with colourful cottages and thatched buildings.

Along with its natural beauty Branscombe boasts a number of unique features, the Great Sea Side Farm a 14th century farmhouse is the location of the Branscombe Vale Brewery. A thatched working Norman forge is the only one of its kind left in the country. Another historic building is the old bakery where, once inside, you will be find open fires, baking tins and the storage jars of yester year.

Where to find Branscombe

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21.8 miles from Highlands End and Eype Beach

19.7 miles from Golden Cap

25.1 miles from Graston Copse

44.7 miles from Sandyholme

* Place data from Google, including opening times is correct at time of publication. We always recommend checking with the destination attraction.

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