We went when it was a rainy day. Once we got there it cleared up and was beautiful! Not a single other person there. The views were amazing!!!
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We were here August of 2015. We stopped here to see the Dory Rips and take in the view. we ended up eating a late lunch and had a terrific grilled cheese and salad. The proprieter at the time was named Darcy and he was...More
We stayed at the lighthouse and after trying a walk down from the parking lot chose to drive our car down the narrow steep road. This restaurant is a bit of a mission to get to but once there you won't be disappointed. Dinner is...More
We've been to Cape D'or many times as the cliffs and views are breathtaking, however, this was our first time to stay in the Lightkeepers Cottage and have dinner at the restaurant. Garfield, the proprietor greeted us upon arrival and showed us our room. There...More
This is a very unique restaurant because it is a short but steep hike partway down a cliff to the restaurant but what a stunning location and clifftop view of the ocean! When we arrived at the restaurant we all wanted to have the seafood...More
This is my second time to Cape D'or but first time eating at the restaurant. The walk down the steep hill is well worth it for the fabulous view! The menu in the restaurant doesn't offer much of a variety but what they do offer...More
In the area camping so we visited this local attraction which is well worth the small walk down. We spent some time taking in the great view, sounds of the waves and the smell of the ocean. Time does stand still here. While down and...More
No food available, no water, no washroom facilities available. Not impressed at all. Signage needs to be posted at end of roadway, ADVISING DANGEROUS PATHWAY FOR SENIORS AND PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES. Not suitable for strollers, no handrails to help elderly to walk back up steep...More
Went out on overlook at high tide to see the rip currents and did a short trail around the top on a trail. The high tide view sitting on the rocks is incredible, a must for anyone who wants to see the spectacular tides.
Arrived at sunset after sightseeing in the area and we had not brought many snacks so we were hopeful for being able to grab a meal. It was closing time and Darcy made sure we left with full bellies!! The seafood chowder was delicious, and...More