Lee Bay is a private beach of two small coves owned by the Lee Abbey estate - public access is allowed. A small car park is located just above the beach, and can be reached from the east via a toll road, or from the west by some very narrow and steep lanes. Access to the beach is down a steep lane and dogs are not allowed from May to September inclusive. Facilities include toilets ♿ and a tea garden, idyllically situated next to a small stream.
The shore consists of sand and rocks, backed by high cliffs. The more westerly cove can be reached at low tide, and has more sand.