Daily parking lot only

(PL26 6NA) East Portholland - 3 The Terrace

Created on 24.10.2018 by Pytlici
#106718 - Daily parking lot only
4 services
  • Pets allowed
  • Drinking water
  • Waste container
  • Public toilets
3 activities
  • Departure of hikes
  • Canoe/kayak (Base of)
  • Point of view

Bel endroit très calme à côté de la plage, 2 livres avant le séjour. Oeufs fermiers à 1,3 £.

Beautiful very quiet place next to the beach, 2 pounds donation fore stay. Free range eggs for £1.3. note: 1.5t limit on road within 500 yards of the car park.

Schöner, sehr ruhiger Ort am Strand, 2 Pfund vor dem Aufenthalt. Eier aus Freilandhaltung zu £ 1,3.

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  • 50.2364, -4.8626 (lat, lng)
    N 50°14’11.1156” W 4°51’45.18”

  • 3 The Terrace
    PL26 6NA East Portholland,
    flag-gb United Kingdom

Average (8 Feedback) : 3.88/5
  • 5/5

    Fabulous little cove, large gravel carpark, very narrow single track road to get there (our 7.2m just fit) Great for daytime but as mentioned its now pay and display (can use contactless or pay by phone) and no overnight camping and the landowners do regularly check and fine. Lovely little shop with cakes and other goodies. Great for dogs, surfing and just chilling out.

  • 1/5

    Stunning place. Stayed last year but now has cameras & pay machine. LARGE sign stating overnighters will be fined. A real pity as this was a stunning spot to stay over overnight at.

  • 1/5

    Overnight camping not currently allowed

  • 4/5

    Beautiful place, wonderful views, however there is now a sign saying 'no overnight parking' which I noticed upon leaving although I had no disturbances and bought a coffee in the morning

  • 5/5

    Perfect place to stay for a £2 donation, beautiful cove beach, toilet block, the café was shut for winter but opens for Easter, idyllic!

  • 5/5

    Absolutely stunning place to stay. Pebbles cafe and krafts is not open on a Friday and doesn’t open until 11 ish on a Monday so I didn’t get chance to go. They do hire out paddle boards and other things from there as well. The village appeared very welcoming until about 9pm when the lady who lives in the old chapel came out with a marker pen and a piece of card, she was obviously going to leave a note on my window but I had my door open so said hello. She asked if I was staying the night and I said yes is that a problem, she said it was because no over night parking is allowed in the car park. About 12 other cars were there which I pointed out. I said I’d paid and I was clean, tidy and not noisy. She’d lived there for 45 years and said on only 7 occasions in all that time that she had had a problem with campervans. I reassured her etc and then she went on to tell me her life story etc. She’s American so not hard to spot. Lovely lady actually just abit of a moaner. I advise parking as far back in the car park as possible just to keep the locals happy. Only about 8 of them but we don’t want to ruin the gem of a spot.

  • 5/5

    Endroit au bord de l'eau. Randonnées à pied. Route très étroite attention aux rayures sur la carrosserie. Grand parking, contribution de 2 £ à mettre dans la tire lire à côté du panneau vert. Baie à l'abri du vent. Pêche possible à marée haute.

  • 5/5

    Perfect spot in tiny village, stayed for one night no problems, had a bathroom a 2 min walk from parking.