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The lighthouse area is now a holiday cottage complex. I don't know if they have tours as it was closed when we visited. The views are breathtaking and well worth the visit. This is part of the coastal trail from Woolacombe to Lee Bay. Be...More
Great to ride your bike on the closed track to this place but it is on a hill so easier going harder coming back. Also a lovely walk go down the track and walk back via the cliffs and come up by the village of...More
We took a walk on our first day in the area l, but not knowing what to expect. The walk I'm sure is longer than a mile, but its made more difficult and slower with the hills. If your expecting a traditional lighthouse to tour,...More
We walked for what seemed an age from Morthoe Village. The scenery was a bit boring until we arrived, it was more impressive once we arrived. Unfortunately the site is not accessible unless its for arranged educational purposes or authorised self catering residents. This was...More
Staying at Belvedere in Mortehoe, I wanted to see the lighthouse. We walked for what seemed miles and finally reached the lighthouse. It is only reachable on foot and the weather was very hot. At last we were there, not much to look at and...More
Walked from Woolacombe, a challenging walk with breathtaking views and lots of wildlife, flora and fauna to see along the way even at this early time of the year. The actual lighthouse though a little disappointing, followed the private road then to the pretty village...More
Brill stay once again in a cottage adjacent to the lighthouse. All you need for a comfy stay.
Remember to bring most things as the road to the nearest shop is narrow and has very little passing places, which you might find difficult at busy...More