Rural secluded sea views
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
After driving through the tunnel you emerge on the Hoe. Separated from other land areas it offers views of the sea and white cliffs plus a landscape to view nature. Paths are up and down on a firm but cambered surface. We did a 2 K circular route. There is a good toilet and cafe with picnic benches. People can fish from the sea wall. Solid surface car park.
Transport & Parking
Access is by car. Solid surface, flat car park. No charge for blue badge holders.
There is a solid surface ramp down to the sea wall (where you can't see over unless at standing height). Ramps assist you to a middle section where you can see more and walk west to the end. You can then take the path through the grass and shrub land back to the car park. This route is solid surface but hilly and some cambered slopes. A few benches are on this route to rest or bird watch.
Clean, spacious accessible toilet. Radar key needed.
No real interaction.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
Cafe kiosk at standing height. Outside picnic tables.