I've just read a review about Durdle Door, complaining about the lack of toilet facilities at Durdle Door, and also grizzling about the route across from Lulworth and down to the beach. I can't let this go unanswered. Durdle Door is a unique natural feature of Britain, and the lack of facilities and difficulty of access reflects this. The area isn't unspoiled, but it's as close as you're going to find these days. I've also seen reviews complaining about the car park fees (£3 for 2 hours). If you want to keep this incredible place as it is, the only way to raise the necessary funds is by charging. This isn't a new idea, or do people get to go to the cinema for free, or watch a football match for nothing. Folks, nothing is free these days, and £3 is about the same as a pint of beer.
Finally, back to the lack of facilities, what can we expect complaints about next? No lifts to the top of Ben Nevis perhaps, or why can't I drive to the Isle of Wight, and why aren't there any restaurants in the middle of Dartmoor?