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ld4jw
Shrewsbury, UK247 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 • Family
We managed to go just as the tide was going out so the beach was pretty thin! However we went hunting for fossils and found none 🤣 the pebbles are beautiful in this area lots of holes and interest but no elusive anomites …. There is a cafe & toilets in the carpark as with most car parks in the area you can use a phone app (they seemed to be mi permit or RingGo - can’t remember what this was). There is also a trail round the top and you can see holograms of what used to happen by use of an app ‘what was here’ probably better if you download in advance as we couldn’t get it to work (we didn’t have a clue what we were doing!) also beware of walking under the cliffs quite a few pebbles fell whilst we were there and there was evidence of mud slides…
Written 22 August 2021
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CaVSheffield
Sheffield39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 • Friends
Needed something to do while husbands golfing 🙄, this was near where we were staying at Flamborough and looked perfect ....it was. You pay for parking £2.20 for 3 hours which was inexpensive given the pleasure the walk gave us. Easy well maintained paths, lovely bay at mouth of valley, great views from cliff tops, huge variety of trees and wild flowers. Little shop selling basic food and drinks (good coffee and scones) which you eat outside, also sell hot sandwiches.
Written 6 October 2020
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Anita_Shutt
Blackburn, UK750 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020 • Friends
Always visit Danes Dyke when we stay in Flamborough. Iis the best of both worlds a walk around the woods to end up on a sandy beach. Plenty of parking space. Lovely cafe selling hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and sweets all at very reasonable prices. From the beach you can see Bridlington. There is a costal cliff walk as well into Sewerby.
Written 4 November 2020
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Alec C
Doncaster, UK237 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022
Nice little beach and woodland area with a few marked out circular walks. Pay and display car park, cafe and toliets mean you can stay for a good few hours. Good use of a one way system when driving in and out means that you never meet anyone coming the other way.

The cafe does only take cash and some of the paths are not very well signposted but well worth a trip.
Written 9 April 2022
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russellsaxton
Nottingham, UK14 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020
The area around Flamborough is very lovely but Dane's Dyke is especially so.
It's a steep walk down through the woods to the beach so not suitable for wheelchairs and the like but if you're reasonably fit you'll be fine.
The beach is wonderfully secluded and when the tide is out the sand is smooth and firm but the tide does come in quickly!
Written 20 October 2020
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stuart c
Willesborough, UK198 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Couples
We came here after reading the positive reviews. So glad we did. The car park is pay and display but at £2.90 all day it is very reasonable. There is a cafe, picnic area and toilets near the car park. Lovely walks around the woods or down to the dog friendly beach. Beach is a bit rocky but it's its mostly sandy and the dogs loved running around. Highly recommended.
Written 20 August 2020
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Allbreeds
Halifax, UK575 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Not the easiest road to find off the main road although it is signposted . Pay and display car park with extra grass parking in the summer . Small cafe selling take away burgers, chips etc and public toilets are on site . Very popular area for people with dogs many of whom were off lead on the day we went . I use a walking stick & found the walk to the beach was not the easiest , I wouldn’t risk it in a wheelchair . The beach whilst lovely is very pebbly and I needed help to negotiate the large stones to get to the sandy area but it was worth it
Written 29 August 2023
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Wayne W
Lincoln, UK38 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
It's a place of natural beauty that has much potential and is a haven for nature. I live in Lincoln and came to the area to visit RSPB Bempton, had some spare time so visited Danes Dyke, beautiful place with lots of potential but as a nature reserve it doesn't seem to be well managed, pathways not colour coded with wooded posts, pathways seriously worn, motor cross bikes clearly have access to the reserve as there are bike tyre marks on pathways, I think it's run by East Riding council, really needs to be handed over to RSPB or Wildlife Trust who have many decades of managing reserves effectively, I was also surprised there was no centre for informing children about nature in the area or an indoor cafe these are basics of a good reserve. East Riding Council needs to visit Whisby Nature Reserve nr Lincoln run by the wildlife Trust that is run really well ticks all the boxes. Sadly will not be going back unless they make some changes.
Written 30 June 2023
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Jane B
Barnsley, UK9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Couples
This is a lovely little hidden away nature reserve with a fabulous little cafe, served by lovely ladies. Very good price on the parking and you can do woodland walks or start a coastal walk there. Beaches are nearby but I loved the nature reserve. Hidden treasure. All Covid ready which was so reassuring. Would highly recommend a visit.
Written 5 August 2020
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Steve W
Bridlington, UK5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
For any one who likes a walk in some woodland and also a visit to the beach and who doesn't, this is an ideal afternoon out or as part of a wider visit of this fantastic heritage area. This is a natural deciduous woodland ravine steeped in history leading down to a clean South facing suntrap beach, very safe for children. Ample parking and refreshment facilities available
Written 18 February 2020
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