Lying at the northern end of the Quantocks, Kilve is a picturesque village consisting of 3 historic settlements; Hilltop lying on the ridge to the East, Pardlestone up the steep lane of the same name to the South, and the modern village centre formally known as Putsham that winds down Sea Lane to the area originally known as Kilve around the church, chantry and beach.
Kilve is on the A39 equidistant between Bridgwater and Minehead.
Parking for the village centre can be found behind the village hall, opposite the Hood Arms. The beach can be reached down Sea Lane, at the end of which is a privately operated Pay and Display Car Park. Please drive slowly and carefully as there is no footpath and the lane is used regularly by pedestrians, horses and other vulnerable users.
You can contact us via the contact form below. However please note that the beach car park is privately owned and the parish council has no power to intervene in disputes with the operator: