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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
as expected for the western-most corner at the end of one of the least-populated, wildest places left on this island, it takes a good while getting here. A nice stopover is to be found at the Glenborrodale centre for coffee and cake. Once there at...More
a visit to the lighthouse is well worth it - the scenery is stunning, the views are amazing and once you have negotiated the steps up the lighthouse, the guide who meets you at the top is friendly knowledgeable and informative.
A word of warning...More
Visited here at last, simply stunning. It is a long drive to get there but more than worth it. Just sitting soaking in the views, the peace and quiet alone is worth it. On site a cafe and visitor centre with coffee sandwich and chocolate...More
The most westerly mainland point on the British Isles and it isn't easy to get to! I rode by motorcycle from Fort William towards Mallaig then turned down the A861 down to Salen - a tremendous road on a motorcycle until it turns to single...More
I wish I had climbed the lighthouse for the view, but I was happy looking out from the fog horn platform. The view is amazing.
The museum could be more informative and the cafe is nothing to write home about.
You travel on single track...More
The single track road IS tricky in places...but this is still a great place to visit. Lovely little cafe - excellent tuna sandwich and cakes - and two highly entertaining lighthouse dogs who will chase balls and sticks forever! A good 'tour' at the top...More
This is one of the cardinal points of the country - LE, JOG and Lowestoft being the others (OK Lizard and Dunnet). This by far made me more emotional than the others - a "BE - EWE - TEA - FULL" place to visit.