Kilve

Bridgwater Tourist Information Centre, King Square, TA6 3AR

Kilve

Description

Lying at the northern end of the Quantocks, Kilve is a picturesque village consisting of 3 settlements. Here you will find the ruins of the old Chantry, founded in 1329 and once used for storing barrels of spirits smuggled in to Kilve Pill. The beach is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a favourite haunt of geologists with its spectacular rock formations and fossils, including ammonites and reptile remains.

The only parking for Kilve beach is at the Pay and Display Car Park. 


Road Directions

Travelling along the A39 from Bridgwater take a right turn at the pub in Kilve, and follow the road down to the pay and display car park.

Contact

Kilve
Bridgwater Tourist Information Centre
King Square
Bridgwater
TA6 3AR
United Kingdom


T: 01278 436438

E: bridgwater.tic@sedgemoor.gov.uk



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