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Went a very long way (we live in the North of Scotland) down for a family wedding but well worth the drive. It is very far from most places but, as often the case, all the more breathtaking for that. The accommodation is varied but...More
We only made the drive down because we saw the cafe signs but we were delighted by the unexpected wonder of the place.
The ruins of the old quarries were enigmatic, the staff at the shop were friendly and helpful and the little museum in...More
As long as your brakes are good you can take your car down and park. Otherwise it is a very steep walk from the top. I have been several times over the years and have watched the cafe grow with interest. It was always good...More
This was the second time we have visited the cafe and it didn’t disappoint. As it was during school holidays it was very busy but we still managed to get our food and drinks ordered in good time. The staff were working flat out to...More
Great for a walk with stunning views across the peninsula from the top of the hills by the upper car park.
Cafe has lovely terrace overlooking the sea. However service was extremely slow - over 30 mins wait in the queue for coffee (mid afternoon...More
The road down to the Nant is very steep and quite a challenge if you park in the car park at the top but it is possible to drive down to the buildings complex. The walk down is incredibly beautiful though and if you go...More
You can park at the top where there is a little info or take the road down... there is a warning sign about the steepness and some reviews say not for feint hearted... we found drive down fine.... are steep drops at times - but...More
You get access the visitors centre and cafe which will give a great feel for the old village ! You won't be able to get to the beach though it's too steep and rough - we went with a baby in buggy and my son had to stay up... More
You get access the visitors centre and cafe which will give a great feel for the old village ! You won't be able to get to the beach though it's too steep and rough - we went with a baby in buggy and my son had to stay up top with the baby . Still worth the visit though