Fortunate to have sunshine but should have been more careful on the path along the river, after rain it’s very soggy! A beautiful place, and the store opposite does tea.
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Easy access. Very nice even on misty days! Cars could be a little more considerate as some like to drive 100 mph over the road bridge! Started here twice (as of publishing this review) for ten tors training and a great basecamp.
Impressive old stone bridge, absolutely work a stop! Or even better: park the car at the nearby visitor centre, and take a hike in the area for a couple of hours, e.g. to the Bellever forest or to one of the many "tors" to enjoy...More
This is a lovely location to take images of the Clapper Bridge, especially as the sun rises. Any later in the day and you will have quite a few people in your image.
Sure, when you're in the area, it's a must see. But that's what everyone thinks, so don't expect to have it to yourself. On a sunny day, it seems to be a place where people have a picknick, where kids play in the water; quite...More
What a pretty bridge. However, the local shop near by is clearly run by Tubbs and Edward from The League of Gentlemen. Worth a visit just to hear them ask if you are local?? I asked if they had hot pasties for sale and was...More
Take a picnic on a nice day or evening and eat there. Setting is very pretty. Post office/shop nearby as well as tourist information office, who were very helpful.
Stopped here after passing through the park on our hike. Pretty views of the bridge and stream. It was quite busy as there is a national trust office across the street and the bridge is right next to the main thoroughfare. But worth a stop!
I had planned to find this clapper bridge after seeing Rick Steve's video on England. It was better than expected. The clapper bridge is parallel to and ~100 feet from the quaint narrow stone bridge over the creek that auto traffic now uses. It is...More