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Golden Cap Estate

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Charmouth, Bridport, England
+44 1297 489481
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A heads up for vistas between Charmouth and Chideock

In any of my lengthy study preparations for any particular UK trip, it's especially pleasant to... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
preglad
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New York
Golden Cap

Always a good and strenuous walk over the cliffes after a healthy breakfast in Seatown. The reward... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
rod w
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Telford, United Kingdom
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“highest point” (29 reviews)
“fantastic views” (26 reviews)
“worth the climb” (16 reviews)
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Charmouth, Bridport, England
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+44 1297 489481
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"highest point"
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"fantastic views"
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"worth the climb"
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"langdon hill"
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"car park"
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"well worth the effort"
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"circular walk"
in 15 reviews
"south coast"
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"great walk"
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"national trust"
in 21 reviews
"lyme regis"
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"anchor inn"
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"short climb"
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"single track road"
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Reviewed 5 days ago

In any of my lengthy study preparations for any particular UK trip, it's especially pleasant to uncover previously unknowing and less than commonly targeted pond crossing gems. Such is the reason I happily targeted Charmouth and Chideock for their vistas appeal on course for a...More

Thank preglad
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Always a good and strenuous walk over the cliffes after a healthy breakfast in Seatown. The reward, on a clear day, the most fantastic views of the Jurassic coast.

Thank rod w
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We have been planning to visit here for a while and did so today. Not obviously signposted on the main road so used the satnav. You arrive by driving along single track road to a large car park on a hill. Parking for National Trust...More

Thank ClaireWRiley
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My first experience of walking golden Cap was fueled with mixed emotions. It had been arranged that we would walk to Golden Cap as part of the memorial of a close family friend. Parking provision was good. Walk was not too challenging, on a path,...More

Thank Devonshirebeef
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Walked up here as part of our own Three Peaks’ Challenge, Colmer’s Hill and Pilsdon Pen, being the others.A nice leisurely walk if attempted from the south east, more of a challenge if attempted from the West. A fine if unpaved car park, free to...More

Thank paulc19642017
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Reviewed 3 June 2018

This is a great area to explore and take amazing photographs, and there are so many small, winding paths all around the area. This means that you can easily create your own route depending on how long you want to walk for. We started at...More

Thank BristolBackpacker73
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Reviewed 1 June 2018 via mobile

Having climbed both sides of Golden Cap, the western route is by far the more demanding, longer & more scenic. Hang a right just after the caravan sales place on Charmouth High Street into Stonebarrow Lane & head up the very narrow road to the...More

Thank Simon H
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Had reserved a table as it was a busy bank holiday weekend. Staff were great, food was lovely nice wine on special and all reasonably priced. We all had roast beef, beautifully cooked with plenty of fresh veg, nice gravy. Good choice of delicious desserts.

Thank GlasgowJan
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Reviewed 22 May 2018

Walked from the NT car park on a circular walk via coastal path, up to Golden Cap and then beyond the Cap to return via open country to the NT centre and a well earned brink. The route is about 9 km in total and...More

Thank Middledene
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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

Had a lovely walk from Langdon Hill car park. Pretty woodland walk with bluebells. Short climb up to Golden Cap well worth the magnificent views

Thank JudyFeilder
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james c
22 July 2015|
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Response from MoragK53 | Reviewed this property |
Hi James, The best way is to park in Langdon Woods (NT car park) and then walk through the woods (go straight on in the direction you have driven into the car park). After a fairly short flat walk you will see a signpost on... More
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james c
22 July 2015|
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Response from Russ P | Reviewed this property |
All of these answers are good - it depends which way you prefer to approach from. If you walk from the west (Charmouth) towards Seatown you'll have earned a pint there at the Anchor Inn right by the beach and good food too... More
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