It was steep and rocky in places, but most of the time comfortable to walk on, and always very well maintained with steps and railings where necessary.
The scenerey we walked through was by no means just cliffs (as in cliff path), but there were meadows at the beginning, and some woodland in between. And of course, the views across the Sea had us stopping every few minutes - we really could have taken pictures every couple of steps along the way! Therefore, this might seem a lot of pictures for a short walk (two hours one way, without counting breaks to admire the view), but in reality it is only a small selection of what we saw.
Looking back towards the Undercliff:
(Our room was the first one from the left of the row of pointed/arched windows.)
A close-up of the little house seen from afar earlier:
Bonne Nuit Bay:
After a walk around the tiny harbour of Bonne Nuit Bay, we had an improvised cream tea at the Beach Café - there was only one scone left, with we shared between us, making full use of the small pot of Jersey cream that came with it. Instead of the second scone, we were given a huge slice of the most fluffy carrot cake I've ever had - it was nearly too big for the plate!
That gave us enough strength to walk back... which will be the subject of another post.