At low tide there are plenty of rock pools to explore on either side of the beach. Mid beach is less rocky so access to the water is easy. Although generally quite calm there are no lifeguards here so swimming is at your own risk.
Ayrmer Cove never really gets busy on account of its lack of direct access. There is a car park run by the National Trust, but it is a 15 minute walk away - albeit a pleasant walk. Alternatively it can be reached via the coast path, and many of the visitors will be walkers, along with the odd kayaker.
As you might imagine there isn’t anything in the way of facilities, but it’s a lovely spot and dogs are allowed year round.
Type of beach
Sand and shingle
Dogs friendly beach?
We do not have information on this beach but restrictions may apply (usually from Easter until the end of Summer)
- Rock pooling
OS grid ref.
SX 6410 4553
National Trust car park around half a mile walk from the beach
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