St Brides Bay is popular with divers and snorkelers
Lime kiln overlooking the beach at St Brides
St Brides Church
St Brides Bay with the castle in the background

St Brides Accommodation and Holiday Guide

Introduction

St Brides beach is small but beautifully formed beach that is full of character. Located on the Dale peninsular and facing North west, the beach is a sun trap during the summer.

St Brides beach is small but beautifully formed beach that is full of character. Located on the Dale peninsular and facing North west, the beach is a sun trap during the summer. Rocks and rock pools abound, making it a popular detsination for snorkelers and scuba divers.

There is a small car park at the beach, which is currently free, and a small path leads to the beach.

Above the beach is a small stone structure which is thought to be an old lime kiln.

Overlooking the beach are a couple of houses, a church and St Brides Castle, which has been converted into apartments.

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015