Enjoy a virtual tour of Anstey’s Cove tucked away below limestone cliffs, a small rocky beach with interesting rock formations and views across Lyme Bay to the Dorset coast.
Accessed from the coastal path, this beach has lovely sea views and a quiet and peaceful atmosphere suitable for fishing. During the summer I like to come down with friends buy a panini or something from the cafe and just sit and chill.
The beach is very sheltered with excellent water quality and has been awarded the Quality Coast Award and Good Beach Guide.
- Good Beach Guide.
- Seaside Award.
- Deep shelving beach
- Strong winds
- Hire a kayak, single £10, tandem £16 per hour.*
- Paddle Board, £10 hour or £6 30 mins.*
- Rock pooling
- Sunbeds and deckchairs
*Kayaks must stay in the cove and buoyancy aids provided must be worn.
Facilities are available with a shop and licensed cafe till 9pm.
Down behind the Palace Hotel, the beach is located across from the car park off the
- By Car,
arking, ¼ mile to the beach
- Prices, Mon-Sun – All day
- 2 Hours £1.00
- 12 Hours £2.00
- 24 Hours £3.00
- By Bus, Get off at the Palace Hotel and walk down Anstey’s Cove Road.
- It’s a fairly steep hill with some steps on one side with a hand rail.
- There are No lifeguards.
- Dogs are welcome all year round.
Beach type: shingle, rock.
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