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All reviews cakes stunning views long drive ardnamurchan point single track gift shop light house well worth a visit uk mainland small cafe tea room sunny day passing places british isles worth the climb filled rolls golden eagle
We have visited the lighthouse and cafe many times over the last 25 years or so.
The staff are warm and friendly. The food is limited but of a very good standard and I am guessing home made so great ingredients etc.
We always enjoy...More
We visited the lighthouse a few years ago but the weather was dreich so we didn't see much of a view. We returned at the weekend and the weather was braw and clear, the views were stunning. The guide was a former lighthouse keeper and...More
Absolutely worth the visit - certainly on a clear day like we had. Very informative guide - and quite surprising the changes that have happened in lighthouse technology. Well worth the climb of 140 steps to the "control floor". And certainly well worth the climb...More
If you are happy driving through magnificent countryside to the far end of the ardnamurchan peninsula to arrive at a windswept headland with a light house - this is the place for you. It is the UK mainland's most westerly point and it feels like...More
After a long drive from Glen Coe on some narrow single track roads we finally arrived & the drive was worth it we had a look round the lighthouse & a climb down on the rocks to see if we could spot any sealife, we...More
Very long drive on narrow road with passing places. Nice views at end of road and a nice little cafe and an exhibition. You can buy tickets to go up the lighthouse from the cafe, although we didn’t go up as the weather didn’t offer...More