Buck's Mills is not really a secret spot, but it isn't that well known and not very often surfed. The beach itself is a rock-strewn sand and shingle beach with a rocky outcrop extending out to sea. With a big swell the rocky outcrop known as 'The Gore' can hold a nice left-hander at low tide.
The beach faces north, so Southerly winds are offshore and the wave is surfable in a SW. The village itself is nice, with thatched cottages nestling within a wooded valley. Limited parking is available in the village or in the forest car park just up the road.