Third visit to Tintagel. Fabulous as always. English Heritage seem to have taken over a small restaurant at the bottom and the prices for food seemed a bit steep but foreign tourists did not seem to mind and they were doing a good trade. We settled for cheesey chips to share which filled our tummies til tea time. Did notice that a lot of people struggled with the very steep steps including a blind guy, an old guy walking with sticks and young families with buggies. There did not seem to be a secure buggy park so not sure how these would have managed to get up to see the ruins on the cliffs? Beach at the bottom with the caves was very busy but a lovely happy place to visit with people swimming in the sea and investigating the caves. Again, another steep walk down to the beach BE WARNED PEOPLE....(!)
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