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So much more than the floods

This picturesque little harbour came to national prominence because of the floods that devastated... read more

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Jellybellydancer
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Burscough, United Kingdom
November walk

Small harbour with a burbling stream running into it, very picturesque. Worth a climb up the valley... read more

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Reviewed June 15, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place now, at least outwardly, recovered from the devastating flashflooding in 2004. Spectacular entrance from the sea - if you can, go on a day with a bit of wind and a swell running. Try and use park and ride though - in the...More

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Reviewed July 26, 2018 via mobile

Fancied a nice ice cream put put off by the ice cream women putting her hygiene gloves all over the grass and rocks and 5 minutes later serving people!

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All reviews witchcraft museum plenty of places to walk national trust shop awful weather interesting shops nice walk worth walking a large car park quaint village blow hole walk along the river surrounding cliffs gentle stroll dramatic scenery fishing village beautiful place to visit beautiful cornish
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Reviewed today

This picturesque little harbour came to national prominence because of the floods that devastated the area in 2004. They are rightly remembered throughout the village with signs pointing out the height the water lever reached on various buildings, and a short video in the Visitor's...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Small harbour with a burbling stream running into it, very picturesque. Worth a climb up the valley sides to get a great view

Thank F5366ZIsimonh
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Harbour looks gorgeous and from there one can climb the cliffs and get a better view of both the Harbour and the sea. It's a must if you like the rough Cornish coast.

Thank Anca M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This little harbour is just along from the national trust shop and cafe - it’s worth the short walk and slight climb to see the views of the rugged coast line.

Thank Ruth J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Hadn't been here for a few years and was pleased to see the place had recovered from the terrible flooding. It was a sunny day as we walk the length of the harbour, climbed up the rocks at the end of the quay wall and...More

Thank machinmad
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Third visit to this lovely location Walk down to the harbour entrance for Great sunset The Wellington Hotel services wonderful meals as well. Well worth the effort to visit

Thank TigerTimUK
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After having lunch we walked to the harbour. The tide was out so the dog had great time paddling in the water. As we got to the harbour wall we climbed up past on the left and we saw a seal bathing in the deeper...More

Thank graemeb32
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A lovely traditional old world harbour with real fishermen. There is access to the harbour entrance on foot but it is very uneven and great care is needed - not for the less able. The actual harbour is set in an inlet from the coast...More

Thank Mike W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A wonderful unspoilt harbour to visit. There are one or two "tourist shops", but still well worth a visit. On a clear day stunning views are all around. A large car park is only a short walk away for easy access to the harbour.

Thank Nick P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

When visiting Boscastle a walk down to the harbour is a must, it is quite small & well protected from the sea beyond, so very safe for the fishermen & their boats etc.

Thank Mike P
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