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I have been visiting Carnglaze for many years and have always had such memorable experiences, from exploring the woods with my dogs which have been made so welcome, to the guided tours of the caverns which are so well thought out as everything is here....More
It stated on their website, "due to Health & Safety dogs are not allowed underground, with the exception of assistance dogs." so we travelled the 50min journey to the venue with my wifes hearing dog. However, the lady in the ticket office refused to admit...More
Tried to visit Carnglaze not one but twice yesterday and both times although the lights were on and everything open, there was definitely no one at home.
A sign on the door to the ticket office said if there was no one around to pop...More
Lovely afternoon spent underground & walking through the woods! It was rather quiet probably due to the time of the year but I think that was a bonus to be honest! The caves were so still & acoustics amazing. The colours on the leaves 🍁...More
Beautiful unspoilt cavern - the last at front desk was very informative and gave a brief history of the caves .
There were some steep steps into the caves so not suitable for buggy’s or anyone with mobility issues . You can go at your...More
Wanted to visit these caverns for a while so decided to visit prior to a concert.
Family run business, issued with a hard hat and torch (to read information sheets).
Very interesting place, really enjoyed the concert in the evening and the acoustics were very...More
Visited here today with our teenage daughter. Spent about 30 mins I. The cavern which were amazing. About 45 steps down but not that difficult as I’m not great with climbing back up but managed these no problem. There are two little pools and it’s...More
Staying at Looe and visited these slate caves and woodland walk. Just £5 for seniors. The cave has some steep steps but is interesting and holds weddings and concert evenings. The woodland walk is suitable for the more able bodied. There is a picnic area...More
If you're in the area and like caves this is a must. There's only two large caverns but totally spectacular. The first one is used for venues, weddings, music etc and would be stunning. Down a flight of steps leads to two pools. The caves...More