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Lovely summer evening. Got to the visitor centre about 430 with a view to walk down and cross over to worms head at low tide. The crossing, with the dog took about 20 minutes each way and was not easy going if you are not...More
This hotel needs a revamp,It a tired with sticky tables with the varnish worn away by repeated wiping .You would think that at the start of the season it could be nice and clean but no ,the ladies toilets smell like a men's urinal,
I agree wholeheartedly with others' reviews of this experience, extremely enjoyable. It is well worth checking the tide times before you go so you can walk across the causeway - I have attached the link. Make sure you have good footwear and I wished I...More
We crossed over via the causeway - crossing only allowed 3 hours each side of low tide - there are signs that advise the best times.
energetic walk over the rough rocks of the causeway gives a sense of satisfaction when you are over to...More
We enjoyed the experience, a great sense of achievement and great views. Historically Viking invaders named it 'Wurm' meaning 'dragon' and you can certainly see it in it's shape. It is accessible for about 2.5 hours before and after low tide (important to time it...More
Went here with daughter, boyfriend and hubs. Packed a lovely picnic for us all and we arrived around 12ish. Parking was busy but we found one ok. £5 for a full day seemed a little steep but not too bad. We had our picnic by...More
Hi, it is but toddlers need to be kept close as the cliffs can be dangerous if you are too close to the edge. There is a gravel road that goes a fair way towards the Head and the rest is easy walking. The beach is fantastic... More
Hi, it is but toddlers need to be kept close as the cliffs can be dangerous if you are too close to the edge. There is a gravel road that goes a fair way towards the Head and the rest is easy walking. The beach is fantastic but again take care as, from the Rhossilli car park, the path down to the beach is steep but worth the effort.