St Clements Bay


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Pontac House Hotel
"Good Points: excellent food.very helpful staff. good value for money,superb location General review: delightful stay at a very welcoming hotel wih very attentive staff for whom nothing is too much

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Pontac House Hotel
"Good Points: excellent food.very helpful staff. good value for money,superb locationGeneral review: delightful stay at a very welcoming hotel wih very attentive staff for whom nothing is too much

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Pontac House Hotel
"General review: If it`s night life your after forget it, but if you want a value for money, friendly, clean & comfortable hotel Pontac House fits the bill.

Date visited: 2008-07-13 ..." More

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St Clement's Bay is a long sandy bay situated on the south eastern coast of Jersey. Its south facing aspect means plenty of sunshine along the long stretch of sand. Some years ago, a story began amongst Jersey fishermen which talked of a roaring bull roaming around the rocks of St Clement's beach when the tide was out. People began to refuse to go down to the beach, even the fishermen refused to go down to the beach to fish! This continued until one fisherman refused to believe the tale and decided to search the rocks. Whilst searching, he heard the roar of the bull and decided to follow the sound. At the source of the sound he found a rock pool, where the rocks had been eroded to form a pipe. At low tide, water made roaring noise as it was sucked down the pipe. This noise then echoed loudly off all the rocks. The fishermen filled up the pipe, thus ending The Bull of St. Clement. For accommodation in St Clement's you could try the Pontac House Hotel. On offer there is local food, a swimming pool and unrivalled views of St. Clement. Alternatively you could go self catering at the Samarès Coast Hotel.

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The Venue Hotel (95.32 miles)

The Venue Hotel
Dorset’s premier hotel, located on Portland’s historic cliff tops with beautiful panoramic views. Our modern rooms make The Venue Hotel an ideal weekend retreat or perfect venue for weddings and conferences with state of the ... More | visit website
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Portland Lodge (96.72 miles)

Portland Lodge

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A warm and welcoming base to discover the beautiful Dorset coast, the lodge is situated at the heart of the Jurassic coast, at the summit of the Isle of Portland. Close to ... More

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The Heights Hotel - Portland (96.99 miles)

The Heights Hotel - Portland
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The Heights Hotel is a 3* hotel set on the summit of Portland amidst newly awarded World Heritage site. We are a Modern, friendly hotel with high standards of both accommodation and ... More
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Blacknor Cottage (97.32 miles)

Blacknor Cottage
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The Aqua (97.85 miles)

The Aqua
The Aqua is on the Isle of Portland, a headland connected to rest of England by Chesil Beach, a short walk away. The Aqua, constructed of Portland Stone, with a clean modern interior is situated on ... More | visit website
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Kingston Country Courtyard (99.41 miles)

Kingston Country Courtyard
Kingston Country Courtyard gives you a taste of authentic farmstead life in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Situated in open countryside on a picturesque ridge amid the beautiful Purbeck Hills, it offers spectacular views ... More | visit website
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Scott Arms Hotel (99.59 miles)

Scott Arms Hotel
The Scott Arms, located in Kingston near Corfe Castle. We offer B&B accommodation which has been recently renovated to a very high standard along with our delicious locally-sourced breakfasts, we believe The Scott Arms is ... More | visit website

Kimmeridge Farmhouse (99.69 miles)

Kimmeridge Farmhouse
Kimmeridge farm Bed and Breakfast is located on a gentle slope in the village of Kimmeridge, with views of Kimmeridge Bay over their own farmland which stretches from the highest point in Purbeck (Swyre Head) ... More
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Old Castle Hotel (100.07 miles)

Old Castle Hotel
The Old Castle Hotel is situated half way between Weymouth and Portland so is ideally placed for all activities. Weymouth can be walked to via a fantastic view across Portland and Weymouth bay within ten ... More | visit website
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Lulworth Mill House (100.28 miles)

Lulworth Mill House
Lulworth Mill House is located on the Cove in West Lulworth, situated in the Isle of Purbeck and in the centre of the unique and beautiful World Heritage Jurassic Coastline.

It has a modern bistro, outside ... More | visit website

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