Bosham Quay

Bosham Quay: Address, Bosham Quay Reviews: 4.5/5

Bosham Quay
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Bluebellplasnewydd
Cardiff, UK1,216 contributions
Sleepy hollow when tourists are away
May 2021
There are plenty of similar creeks in this area and Bosham is not the quaintest or prettiest. There is a good pub and a small number of shops. At low tide the flat marshes are not particularly exciting. What is exciting is that many visitors park on the road next to the inlet. At high tide it can be submerged. There is a pay carpark in the village which is secure. Walking along the backs of houses you will come to a gravel path across the creek. This is submerged at high tide and it is fascinating to observe how quickly the water level rises.
Written May 29, 2021
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janem
Bath, UK30 contributions
Beautiful spot
Apr 2021 • Family
Such a beautiful spot. At low tide you can walk all around the harbour for fantastic views back across to the town. The area around the Church is also worth exploring and stop off for a pint in the Anchor Bleu pub, you’ll have yourself a great day out.
Written April 16, 2021
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Nat Scorp
Long Compton, UK42 contributions
Not that much to see here but pretty for a quick visit
Oct 2020
The Quay was small and not a lot to see but pretty enough for a quick visit and the little craft place nearby was lovely.
Written October 29, 2020
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Itinerantviolist
Woking, UK57 contributions
Time and tide wait for no-one
Oct 2020 • Solo
Walking along the estuary from Bosham is a great experience. It is best to check the tide tables. Even an hour before high tide the tide is high so it might be sensible to be back at Boshan two hours before high tide. Another reason to be back in good time is in order to have time to eat cake at the cafe that backs on to the beach. It has exceptionally fine cake.
Written October 26, 2020
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Madalyn H
Huddersfield, UK1,524 contributions
Interesting village and bay
Oct 2020
We were in Bosham at a high tide, and within a short period of time it was retreating. This was interesting in terms of the bay, as when we arrived a couple of the roads were submerged but gradually appeared again. Very pleasant for a gentle stroll, with lovely and interesting views.
Written October 17, 2020
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Shani226
Reading, UK63 contributions
Amazing
Oct 2020
A beautiful spot for a walk, both around the quay and the villaage with its small craft centre and church. The quay definately needs to be seen at both high and low tide, truely an amazing sight
Written October 7, 2020
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robert m
Portsmouth, UK28 contributions
Lovely fewhours
Oct 2020
Having lived for 20 years in Portsmouth,we thought it was time to do local,and found a nice little jewel in Bosham,only small but a haven for a few hours,pretty,clean and friendly,well worth a few hours of down time
Written October 7, 2020
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RWB2012
Reading, UK239 contributions
A lovely quaint village to enjoy
Sep 2020
A lovely part of Chichester Harbour with winding narrow streets to explore and a lovely church. There are a few shops , pubs and cafes . Parking is alongside the shoreline (when low tide), but the inexpensive nearby Pay & Display is recommended.
Enjoyable second visit.
Written October 2, 2020
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Tony B
Wokingham, UK1,840 contributions
Lovely place for a day trip
Sep 2020 • Couples
It’s just such a nice place to go for the day. Plenty of parking which is at a good price £1.80 for 2 hours. Some great walks along the sea front, a great cafe in the Shoreside cafe and a great pub in The Anchor Bleu. Some of the architecture of the houses around the bay are great too
Written September 27, 2020
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Malcolm H
Aylesford, UK394 contributions
The Key to the Quay
Sep 2020
Wow, what a pretty spot. Whilst you can temporarily park at low tide by the water’s edge be sure to move to the Pay & Display at high tide or risk testing the waterproofing of your car. Such a pretty and quaint spot with great food and drink venues such as the The Anchor Bleu.
Written September 23, 2020
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