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a Seaside Town in the county of Cumbria
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Pecorama offers a real treat for everyone visiting Beer, a pretty coastal resort which was once the haunt of Smugglers.
This thrilling attraction is set on the heights above the bay, thus whilst enjoying a few wonderful fun filled hours, the sea will entice you with views of boats bobbing on the ocean, and gulls circling the air above cliffs fringing the coast.
Naila Green created the Peco Millenium Garden, a beautifully scented oasis featuring a wealth of stylish gardens filled with glorious plants, flowers and trees. The gardens are presented in a series of theme's representing the Sun, Moon, Rainbow and a Moat, here the heady perfume of the flowers mingles with tangy fresh sea air, giving a feeling of exhilaration and joy.
Other delights to be enjoyed in the park are "Feathers" aviary, a lovely "Deepwater" lake with fish and ducks, or if you are feeling energetic you can enjoy a round of Crazy Golf.
Railway entertainment is provided by The Beer Heights Light Railway, a superb miniature steam locomotive drawn line for passengers. The train runs from a picturesque station building for a journey of around a mile, this is a great experience for everyone.
There is a full range of activities for children including an Assault course with climbing frames and a cable slide, with other entertainment taking place in "Top Spot" theatre, this is covered to ensure all weather entertainment.
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