Sunday, 3 December 2006
Just behind the Bay and opposite the Pine Gardens there is an interesting museum. One of the main features is a display dedicated to Noel Coward, who owned the house “White Cliffs” in the Bay, from 1945 to 1951, when he sold it to James Bond creator Ian Fleming. The museum also features exhibits about smuggling and various maritime and local antiquities. It is well worth a visit, as are the Pine Gardens opposite, and there is a tea-room dedicated to Noel Coward.