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Terry B wrote a review Nov 2019
Freshwater, United Kingdom36 contributions8 helpful votes
We moored our boat here for several years and now we visit occasionally particularly to show our visitor friends. It is a beautiful spot and usually there are lots of birds to see. The peace and quiet is wonderful, with no visitor attractions it never gets crowded. If you park close to the New Inn you can enjoy a lovely walk to the quay.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Expierencedtraveller wrote a review Jun 2018
Cape Town Central, South Africa124 contributions50 helpful votes
What Buffon closed the car park at the top of the lane down to the quay ? What happened to the maintenance of the verges hedges etc ? Signs giving orders abound , in begging to think the NT has lost the plot ! As for its management of the Newtown River complex it’s nothing short of a scandal that they have abandoned age old maintenance and let the sea do its stuff ! This estuary has been managed since Norman times and now its declining fast . One plus point we did get 3 good Curlew sightings from our yacht . So rare now . Buck your ideas up NT please .
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Date of experience: June 2018
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woodielisa wrote a review Apr 2018
Isle of Wight, United Kingdom275 contributions132 helpful votes
Just a short walk or cycle from Shalfleet and The New Inn pub, this quaint little Quay is worth a visit if you want a quiet stroll taking in the local nature scenes and picturesque views across Newtown creek. There are no shops or restaurants here - just an old stone Quay and a small boat yard with a collection of mainly smaller and mainly older sail and motor boats on shore and moored in the muddy creek. At low tide the creek dries out to just a trickle, while at high tide there is about 6 feet of water at the Quay side. So every time you visit you will get a different aspect. This is a great place to launch a canoe, Kayak or dinghy to go exploring the creeks and tributaries of Newtown Creek. There are some informal places to park but I don't know what the packing rules are and whether there are any restrictions or rules about parking. A lovely place to sit and ponder on a bygone era when this area was a hive of roman activity.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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    When is Shalfleet Quay open?
    Shalfleet Quay is open:
    • Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM