The clip begins showing a newly-collapsed cliff face near the Blue Anchor Hotel at Blue Anchor Bay near Minehead, circling from above to show how dangerous the situation has become.
Cara Strom, who owns and operates the guest house, says cracks began to show on March 14 and have continued to worsen since.
Rocks are continuing to crumble away "by the hour" and an ominous crack now lies just feet away from the building.
DANGER: The latest pictures show the Blue Anchor Hotel perched next to the cliff face
"Gradually through the day the cracks just got bigger and bigger and bigger,” Mrs Strom told Somerset Live.
“The cliff is going by the hour.
It is thought that Storm Emma – which ripped through the West Country last week – accelerated the process of coastal erosion which has been slowly chipping away at the cliff for years.
Mrs Strom said the next collapse could threaten her livelihood
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“I’m very concerned about my livelihood, and about my family,” Mrs Strom continued.
“It has been an ongoing problem for quite a few years, but nothing dramatic.
“We have been working hard to try to find a solution over the past few months. We didn't think it would come this quickly.”
The hotel, which was originally built in the 16th century, has been forced to cancel overnight stays as officials from the Environment Agency carry out an inspection.