Food with a View at the Cliffhanger Café in Highcliffe-on-Sea, Dorset

Sara Dobak

Hi, I’m Sara, founder and writer at Travel Continuum, where I write about my global travel experiences, with a special passion for the stars and sustainability. I believe in the power of education through travel, and here I share the tales and tips that I find interesting and inspiring. I hope that you do too.

continuum /kənˈtɪnjʊəm/: a sequence of elements where the extremes are very different, but each individual stage is barely distinguishable from the next.

Something that keeps going, changing gradually over time…like the seasons.

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14 Responses

  1. Talk about a meal with a view-WOW! Anyplace with the name Cliffhanger in it absolutely needs to be explored. Great find and a tasty spot I’d love to visit.

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Yes, great name, isn’t it? Although it’s perfectly safe and not LITERALLY perched precariously on the edge of a sheer cliff face!

  2. Lucy says:

    Both one of my friends and my godmother now live in Highcliffe-on-Sea but I’ve still not been to visit – you’ve added another reason for me to get down there though!

  3. Can I come too, please! I’d love to stay at Chewton Glen one day and a day out enjoying these views with lunch here sounds perfect.

  4. Anna Parker says:

    Next time we are at the Chewton Glen we are going to leave the grounds with our wallet… We often see it and think that coffee would be nice and have no money. The view is spectacular, what a location! Thank you for the cross link!

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Yes, do! It’s a really unpretentious place that packs a punch for its position – I’ll keep a lookout for you..and you’re welcome 🙂

  5. Oh wow that beach is incredible! I love the UK coastline, and you found a doozy here, plus it seems like it’s within a reasonable drive of my house so I could do a day trip, result!

    • Sara Dobak says:

      I’d say there’s plenty to do in the area for a full day-trip itinerary, but even if you just visit the Cliffhanger, well – there’s lunch, followed by a coastal walk…then afternoon tea. Sorted!

  6. What a fabulous find Sara and very generous of you to share it with us! I’d be more than happy with a cream tea and that view 🙂

  7. What a great spot – it’s good to find a place with such a view that’s easy to access by car

    • Sara Dobak says:

      Yes, it fits the triple-bill of good food, great location and easy access – it also has wheelchair ramps and 2 other entrances into the cafe which lead into the lower levels.

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