Have been down here twice recently, once with my son and once with my partner and both times had a fantastic time.Once we were down and the sea was like glass and the views were amazing, the next time we were down in a gale and the man on the bridge said they were almost having to close it up because of the wind but it was so elemental there and the wind could actually support your whole body weight, it was amazing.
They have done great work down there, the paths are all tarmac and smooth, no rough stony paths. Off the top of my head I cannot confirm if the whole attraction is wheelchair and buggy accesible but I would say that it is partially accesible, I think there is a possibility to use ramps instead of steps but probably better to confirm this before trekking down. Some steps leading down to magnificant views over the cliffs and sea. Interesting little displays on the history of the lighthouse and the sea area in general, also some stuff on Marconi and the first transatlantic radio broadcast. The only thing I would say is that the displays could do with a bit more explanation for families and kids, some are just a lot of boards with no real information on them. This place is well worth a visit and well worth the fee no mater what the weather, do not let the wind or the rain put you off
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