Hive Beach is in Burton Bradstock on the Jurassic Coast. It boas miles of uninterrupted coastline, providing breathtaking sea views and captivating cliff faces. For those who love to indulge in serene walks by the coast or bask in the warmth of the sun, Hive Beach is an ideal spot. The area is also known for its fossil hunting, making it an excellent destination for fossil enthusiasts.
The beach features a popular cafe that serves delectable food and drinks, and ample parking space is available, free of charge for National Trust members.
Is Hive Beach dog friendly?
Hive Beach is a dog-friendly beach, great for enjoying fun leisurely strolls along the beach and a refreshing dip in the sea.
Best places to eat near Hive Beach
Hive Beach Café Burton Bradstock
If you're looking for a place to enjoy some delicious food, we recommend a trip to the Hive Beach Café! This multi-award winning café serves fantastic seafood, and the staff are also incredibly welcoming, making sure you have the best dining experience possible.
It is also a dog-friendly restaurant and even has a dedicated dog menu! So, you can bring your furry companion along and treat them to some tasty snacks as well.
The Three Horseshoes
The Three Horseshoes is a charming country pub with a warm atmosphere. The pub boasts an impressive selection of beers and delicious meals to enjoy with loved ones. If you prefer to sit outside, the pub has a lovely seating area where you can enjoy the fresh air and beautiful surroundings. It is also a dog-friendly pub, with many water bowls and cool seating options available.
Seagulls Restaurant is a must-visit place for anyone looking for a cosy and welcoming atmosphere to enjoy a delicious meal. The staff here are incredibly friendly and always go the extra mile to make you feel right at home. The menu is exceptional, with a wide variety of classic British meals to choose from, including a tasty traditional Sunday roast and homemade desserts – all locally sourced food.