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Staying close by and being National Trust Members we visited the headland. A vast expanse of beach with rockpools to investigate. A very steep walk up onto the headland with views over the Bristol Channel. Nice little National Trust shop and cafe with friendly staff.
I love taking a walk at this place..
Been coming here since I was a toddler,so is somewhere that is familiar.. excellent views of Brean and neighbouring western super mare..
Very good for a nice walk and some fresh air and great to see the...More
A great place to visit in the right weather. If NT members, be careful to park in the first car park near the NT cafe, where there is no fee for members. Car park further down is not NT and you’ll have to pay £2....More
We visited Brean Down and the fort as Storm Callum was passing. It made for a very windy trip. However, we had a lovely afternoon there. We parked easily, possibly because it was October. Parking cost £3.00 for the day. There is a cafe directly...More
Definitely worth exploring but keep dogs on leads due to rabbits & steep cliffs. Cafe good for breakfast / coffee / cake. No dogs inside sadly but there is plenty of outside seating & a couple undercover.
The National Trust car park is right at the end of the road approaching the hill on the left, it’s £3.50 a day or free to NT members. I didn’t remember last time I visited that the NT had a small visiter centre there, plus...More
The views today over to the Welsh coast were brilliant, as was the sight of Steepholm & Flatholm. The views towards the west Somerset coast and inland towards the Somerset levels and Glastonbury were also good if a little hazy.
The steps up from the...More