Devil's Hole

Devil's Hole, St. Mary: Devil's Hole Reviews: 4/5

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Steve
London, UK665 contributions
Good viewpoint if you are passing
Sep 2021 • Couples
We visited the Devils Hole as it was the starting point for our north coast walk which ultimately took us to Rozel. It was a nice place to start as the bus dropped us off at the pub and then it’s a 10 minutes walk to Devils Hole. It’s worth a quick stop if you are in the area but I would not recommend a special visit to see it.
Written November 18, 2021
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Sue I
8 contributions
Very impressive viewpoint.
Sep 2021
If you're doing an Island tour well worth getting off the coach and taking a look. Beautiful area and very impressive sight.
Written September 24, 2021
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Rob R
Tredegar, UK1,225 contributions
Huge disappointment nothing worth seeing
Sep 2021 • Couples
Visited while walking coastal path ten minutes of the path with nothing to see but a big hole in the ground then another ten minutes trudge back up the hill wish I hadn’t bothered. This was supposedly to be one of the coastal walk highlights, not for me it wasn’t.
Written September 10, 2021
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Yvonne a
Norwich, UK579 contributions
Great views
Jul 2021
The Devil's Hotel can be found on Jersey's North Coast. Plenty of parking spaces at The Priory Inn.

It takes about 10 minutes to walk down to the Devil's Hole, and it can be steep in places. 'The Devil' statute is in a small pond at the beginning of the walk.

Great views over to the other Channel Islands and the striking cliffs and scenery along the Jersey coast.

It takes about 15/20mins to walk back.

Definitely needed a drink upon returning to the Priory Inn.
Written August 18, 2021
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mindcat
United, PA36 contributions
Devil’s Hole, Jersey
Aug 2021 • Family
A nice walk from the local pub The Priory.
10 minutes stroll and just a few steps. Approx 30 low level steps and pinned with u shaped nails to prevent slipping if wet. Interesting story which makes it worthwhile. Went in August and the tide was such that the hike remained empty but it was interesting nine the less.

Teenagers enjoyed the walk as not to far and the view of France was appreciated. The devil statue was of great interest. It definitely resembles dad not mum!
Written August 17, 2021
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CoxieandBaggy
Isle of Man, UK898 contributions
A nice little walk
Jul 2021
A nice little walk from the pub, down a path. Nothing spectacular, just a geological feature, but worth doing. There is a section of steep steps so it's not easy for those unsteady on their feet.
Written August 3, 2021
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Iolo
Bridgend, UK2 contributions
Outstanding
Aug 2021 • Family
Amazing view and an amazing glass shop and restaurant next door. It was a brilliant walk down with the dogs and free parking!
Written August 2, 2021
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AshleyG9645
Cannock, UK353 contributions
An interesting coastal feature
Jul 2021
After a 10 minute walk down a well made path (if steep in places) the coastal view is spectacular. There is a carpark. There is a viewing platform. However it would be better to go at high tide as at low tide it is just a large hole in the ground
Written July 29, 2021
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Panda & Fig
London, UK27 contributions
A brief walk providing beautiful views
Jun 2021
Devil's Hole, a free attraction located near the north west coast is beautiful when the sun is out and eerie when it isn't. Parking is freely available by a pub named the Priory Inn.

The walk to Devil's Hole is a safe gentle descent that starts from 'very high' and ends 'high'. The views were amazing. It was difficult to believe that views like this even existed so close to home. We had the sun as we descended. Tourism had clearly been affected by the pandemic as we were the only ones here and thorny bushes had become overgrown and required some maneuvering around.

The walk itself is short and only takes about ten minutes but it is certainly worth it to hear the crashing waves and feel the warm breeze.

There are some other walks around the landmark if one is keen to add to their step count but there is less to see here and the sun had become hidden by sheets of cloud. That made the experience far creepier, particularly when we saw a man across the other cliff with binoculars and wearing what looked like a cape...
Written June 19, 2021
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SimesHK
Hong Kong, China419 contributions
Pretty cool
Mar 2021 • Couples
Large hole on the top of the cliffs with waves crashing through from the seas. Very good boardwalk built so you can get a look down (but not easy to climb down). The Devil name is purported to be a figurehead from a shipwreck and the latest “devil” is a metal statue but strangely it is 150m away from the hole in a pond near the pub car park
Written March 8, 2021
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