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Sea is miles out but comes in fast and catches half a dozen cars every year. Always good for a laugh so look out for entire families sprinting across the sand, spilling ice-creams, cuddly toys and souvenir key-rings as they try in vain to stop...More
We have been to this beach whilst on holiday.
The beach is about 7 miles long.
There are some parts of the beach where dogs are not allowed on.
If you go to the beach in Berrow there are points you can drive onto the...More
Beautiful beach, miles of sand. We hadn’t checked the tides before we went and the tide was out, a very long way out, way out past the quick sand, way out as far as you can see! So we saw the beach, built sandcastles and...More
Took ourselves on a Saturday afternoon to this beach. Parking was very good. Short path way to the beach. Easy access. Cool day but plenty of people walking with children & dogs. Had a very pleasant stroll to blow away the cobwebs.
We will certainly...More
We were on our first caravan holiday nearby in Bridgwater and having Googled good beaches nearby we thought we’d give this a go. £6 to park right on the beach for the day, which was very handy, especially with young children including a baby.
Spent many hours on the beach, lovely and clean and water actually quite warm even in the evening. Boys enjoyed building a boat with the sand and paddling at 8 pm in warm sea. Even seen several horses galloping along in the water.
Its a national trust area with a cafe and gift shop at the entrance to beech,but aprox 1 mile before getting to the beech car park[national trust park] you will pass warren farm camping site with a very good couple of shops... More
Its a national trust area with a cafe and gift shop at the entrance to beech,but aprox 1 mile before getting to the beech car park[national trust park] you will pass warren farm camping site with a very good couple of shops selling a wide range of goods many cheaper than Tescos also has cafe next door and the beech comber pub resturant with wide range of food and deals ranging from 2 for £7.00