Pett Level Beach
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- Easy Parking
- At low tide miles of sand banks
- Rock pools
- Cafes and pubs next to the beach
Dog Friendly Beach in Pett, East Sussex
Beautiful Pett is a small village and civil parish in Rother District of East Sussex. Pett village is small quaint and has a couple of lovely pubs.
South of the village is where you find Pett Level and the beach.
There are many place to park on Pett Level Road. It’s a rather busy road, but just over the sea defences is the pebble beach and sea.
At low tide the sea retreats way out exposing stretches of sand and low flat rocks containing many rock pools. Dogs just love it here. The beach rolls on for miles and miles.
There are patches of clayish mud, which is not a problem as you can easily wash it off.
There is a path runs all the way from Pett Level Beach through Winchelsea beach to Rye Harbour Nature Reserve. Facing the sea you can walk right towards the cliffs and around in to Fairlight cove, but be aware that the tide can come in and force you to walk right next to the cliffs and at very high tides you can run the risk of being cut off.
There are a couple lovely pubs and cafes that are dog friendly right on the beach.
If you search around the exposed rocks you can find ancient trees that have been preserved for hundreds of years.
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