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Well worth a visit

The family really loved visiting here, the staff were friendly, the place is beautiful and views... read more

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Steve w
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Beautiful afternoon

If you can manage the very steep climb without handrails in some places, then it is well worth the... read more

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Cross the causeway where a legendary giant once walked. Follow the footsteps of pilgrims or boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Discover an evocative castle, a sub-tropical garden paradise and a close-knit island...more
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Reviewed today via mobile

The family really loved visiting here, the staff were friendly, the place is beautiful and views are spectacular. Only bit of caution is the steep uneven climb, if like my wife, you have walking difficulties, then be extremely careful.

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Reviewed today

If you can manage the very steep climb without handrails in some places, then it is well worth the visit. It was very busy as the weather was not at its best so an ideal activity. No pressure to push you through the rooms so...More

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Reviewed today

We arrived early and parked close by. We walked across as the tide was out but when the tide is in you need to get the boat. 10 minute walk along a cobbled path and we had arrived.We are National Trust members so didn't have...More

1  Thank glynis j
Reviewed yesterday

It'd be one of a kind place, if not for Mont San Michel in France: St Michael's Mount is an island with the high tide, linked to the mainland by a nice causeway when the tide is low. Beautiful, nice, special.

1  Thank rubina_rubidu
Reviewed 2 days ago

The boat ride is extortionately priced, two adults and a child £5 one way. For what they are charging they could buy a tunnelling machine in a couple of years. Once there, it was straight through the ticket office to get to the castle. No...More

Thank jirimmer
Reviewed 3 days ago

With a lot of sights, there is always the question of whether to just view it from outside, or explore the inside. We had hoped to make it here to walk out at low tide. But other stops were very interesting and took longer. We...More

Thank Chris K
Reviewed 3 days ago

In all respects our trip to St Michael's Mount was a delight and an education. We went with our family with two young grandchildren and to find somewhere which could keep a 5 year old and a toddler occupied a well as their entourage of...More

2  Thank Debbie D
Reviewed 3 days ago

Myself and my family decided to visit St Michaels Mount to experience the Causeway and we weren't disappointed. Myself and my husband walked over before the tide was right out and we rolled our trousers up and went for it. What an experience! Well worth...More

1  Thank catherine r
Reviewed 3 days ago

We visited St Michaels Mount in August after recently joining the national trust and seeing it featured in their guide. I visited with my partner and two children, aged 4 and 9. When driving through Marazion to get to the castle, it appears out of...More

1  Thank Natalie E
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Warning- this is an amazing attraction. And the crowds flock to this place. We were staying in Penzance and could see this from our room We caught the bus from the terminal , went down to the dock and caught the boat over, the fare...More

1  Thank robycoll
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charliemaine1bee
August 16, 2018|
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Response from Stephen W | Reviewed this property |
Well the Castle itself is open between 10am to 5.30pm so I would imagine that the boats would operate, depending on tide times of course, probably an hour before and until the final visitors have left in the evening. If you... More
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Lana J M
August 15, 2018|
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Response from ericasalt | Reviewed this property |
Dogs are allowed over in to the village and harbour on st Micheals Mount but are not allowed on the paths up to the castle or the castle gardens or grounds . Hope this helps. You can go over to the island for free or a... More
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emma_allen23
August 9, 2018|
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Response from saintmichaelsmount | Property representative |
Due to our listed status and ancient, cobbled pathways access is not always easy at St. Michael's Mount. However, we do try to do all we can to help those with limited mobility. There is an Access page on our website with... More
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