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Have visited this place on many occasions and I love it more every time I go. The church on top is such a pretty site and very picturesque. There's a lovely walk up the hill from the church. There you can sit down and watch...More
Even in mid September the water was warm enough for a quick dip. The views are spectacular and the walks challenging for those of us with a fear of heights. The small cafe is a delight, selling freshly baked welsh cakes. Be warned, if you...More
Found this place by complete accident while on holiday and looking for somewhere to have a picnic. The view is stunning! The sand is lovely and the sea is quite shallow.
We thought the car park was quite pricey but the beach certainly made up...More
A beautiful place to visit, a National trust site. We particularly loved the warm welsh cakes from the little cafe, baked that morning, with a cup of tea and beautiful view. Well worth a visit for a walk along the cliff tops.
You have to walk down an awful lot of steps to the beach, and back up again at the end of the day. It's ok if you're fairly fit and healthy without much to carry but I should imagine a pushchair would be... More
You have to walk down an awful lot of steps to the beach, and back up again at the end of the day. It's ok if you're fairly fit and healthy without much to carry but I should imagine a pushchair would be difficult/impossible (never tried it myself). Try poppit sands which isn't too far away by car but is more accessible.