Nick Fisher

 

The Guardian

" Next stop is Cogden beach, with its convenient National Trust car park, a tasty one-mile walk west along the shingle to Hive Beach. The latter sits under the shadow of Billy Bragg’s house and the honeycomb-coloured cliffs that run all the way to West Bay, 2½ miles further west. The Hive Beach Café is crowded but deliciously dependable..."

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Visit Dorset

 

visitdorset.com

" This popular, quirky little eatery right on the beach serves yummy breakfasts, lunches and ice-creams from its ice-cream shack.  It’s also open in the evenings during the warm summer months.  We park up in the National Trust car park and head inside. Waffles with maple syrup and bacon and a Hive full English breakfast is very much enjoyed...."

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Geoff Moore

 

The Travel Trunk

" On Chesil Beach is a story of a newly married couple’s honeymoon and how their relationship was irrevocably altered whilst staying in a Dorset seaside hotel.

However, don’t let that put you off coming with your partner and exploring this unique feature of the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast and the area around it...."

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Open Daily  Monday - Saturday - 10am-4pm   | Sun - 10am-4pm

Breakfast 10-11.30am    Lunch  12-3 pm.    Coffee and Cake 3-4 pm.   

Beach Road, Burton Bradstock, Dorset DT6 4RF

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