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Spectacular views over the coastal rocks and seeing the waves beating against the coastline. But a... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2018
PHE22
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London, United Kingdom
Spectacular view for quick visit

Beautiful view out to other Channel Islands and interesting rock formation. Probably best... read more

Reviewed September 27, 2018
Bettyboo1805
via mobile
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All reviews the pub car park stunning views priory inn the cliff collapsed cave steep walk viewing platform channel islands nice walk high tide coastal path worth the effort minute walk beautiful sunny day worth a visit national trust
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Reviewed June 29, 2017

We travelled here by bus and strolled around the area before having lunch and catching the bus back. It makes for a wonderful destination and the views are fantastic whatever time of the year you visit. It can get a bit windy and exposed, but then that's half the fun.

Thank BrynBella
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Reviewed June 22, 2017

This must be one of the most scenic places in Jersey. It's a steepish walk down to the viewing points and therefore a steepish walk back up! The cliffs, rocks, and views of the other Channel Islands and the French coast are all worth the effort.
We did not see any but, apparently, this is the site of the only puffin colony on Jersey.
If you can cope with steep slopes and a lot of steps, you really must make this trip.

Thank Julian F
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Reviewed June 21, 2017

Stunning views here it is a bit hard coming back up for older people my dad struggled a bit, the paths are very good and loads of parking.

Thank BaggiePhil
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Reviewed June 21, 2017 via mobile

With a brilliant day, 30 degrees and no breeze, we took a walk down to Devils Hole, a collapsed coastal cave with a magnificent coastal view. The walk starts through a shaded glen, then onto an exposed cliff face down a path which could be upgraded but is manageable by most people. After returning make sure to call in to the Priory for a bit to eat and a refreshing drink. The service is excellent, the food portions are generous and the food is fresh and appealing. The prices represent good value.

Thank Cheryl W
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Reviewed June 15, 2017 via mobile

This was an unexpected visit but I'm glad I did.

There is plenty of parking.

The Devils Hole is at the bottom of the cliffs and you descend down a tarmac path and about halfway down steps have been introduced. The height of the steps does vary a little but they are quite safe to negotiate both going down and coming back up.

On reaching the bottom the tide unfortunately was out so I didn't see the full effect. There are information panels there to fill in the gaps.

It is possible to see Guernsey, Sark and France from this attraction on a clear day.

Thank Pompey1952
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