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All reviews burgh island pilchard inn high tide great beach car park rock pools venus cafe both sides narrow lanes dogs allowed on duty the pub beach shop family beach tide times life guards lovely sand
It has to be seen to be believed, a stunning beach seems to rise and fall from the sea to provide access to what then feels like a secret island! We were here in winter & I cannot even imagine how busy this must be...More
Frequently I have visited beaches on the south coast, never before have I been to a beach with so much character. Between the bespoke coffee cart to the wonderful island pub, there was so much to do. The whimsical nature of “the island revealed by...More
We stayed at a house overlooking the main beach which gave glorious views and spectacular sunsets. The tidal range is very changeable and not easy to work out if you wish to explore the sea edge area. The pilchard Inn across the tidal beach was...More
I'm not a big fan of photos, selfies or phone videos. I prefer to capture a moment in my mind - it's a shutter stock moment but it's rooted in my head. What could be better than the entirely stunning views at Bigbury - the...More
Love Bigbury on Sea. Beach is endless. Beautiful scenery, wonderful walks. The historic Pilchard Inn provides outdoor seating for a welcome rest to people and dog watch!! Huge expanse of beach for the dog to run freely, ours plods!!! But thoroughly enjoys every moment.
The weather when we visited Bigbury was beautiful and just made the beach look even more spectacular. We arrived to a completely empty car park on the day we went which wasn't surprising as it was a midweek visit. The car park is at the...More
There are wide stretches of golden sand, suitable for swimming and surfing. One part of the beach is dog free and there are life guards on duty. At low tide you can walk across to Burgh Island and when the tide is in there is...More