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Didn't get to see the lighthouse, but very nice place overall

We stopped here on our recent trip to Wales. Unfortunately, the lighthouse was closed due to a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lucie K
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London, United Kingdom
Great visit

Popped in today while it was raining and it was worth the visit, never been in a lighthouse before... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Robert H
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For 175 years Nash Point lighthouse, designed by James Walker, the Engineer-in-Chief to Trinity House, has been keeping the mariner safe of Nash Sands, the sandbanks off the point at the entrance to the Bristol Channel. In 1977 a rare plant, the...more
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped here on our recent trip to Wales. Unfortunately, the lighthouse was closed due to a wedding which is a real shame as we were keen to visit it. We still had a walk around as the place offers amazing views and spent a...More

Thank Lucie K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Popped in today while it was raining and it was worth the visit, never been in a lighthouse before so this ticked a box, the binoculars at the top are great. Not much else to say except read the book and look at the pictures.

Thank Robert H
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had no idea that the lighthouse opened to the public and had a wonderful time inside it. Incredible views from the top, really interesting history, a very knowledgeable guide and well worth a visit! We loved it. I can't believe that they decommissioned the foghorns...More

Thank blackdragonwales
Reviewed June 2, 2018 via mobile

Would highly recommend a visit. The tour is great and the views on a sunny day are superb. The kids loved learning about each floor of the lighthouse. If you in the area pop in and give it a whirl.

Thank Chennando
Reviewed May 31, 2018 via mobile

We first came here last year walking dog but didn't have time to go into lighthouse so I promised the children we would return. Luckily we have been following on Facebook so we can keep upto date on when lighthouse is open as it is...More

Thank Leigh M
Reviewed May 29, 2018

Came here one evening after the cafe had closed. The lighthouse wasn't open either, but it is a lovely flat walk from the cafe down and round the lighthouse, the sight of the cows and sheep inland, and the sea and views across to Somerset...More

Thank ZaksAngel
Reviewed May 26, 2018 via mobile

I would thoroughly recommend going into the lighthouse. Peter our guide was just brilliant, a guy who absolutely loves his volunteering! Made us all so welcome and very knowledgeable!!

Thank Andrewms71
Reviewed May 14, 2018 via mobile

Arrived in the wee hours to sounds of crashing waves below. Total darkness and not a car in sight. Despite being too cloudy for our nightime stars photoshoot being here for sunrise was well worth the early arrival. Lovely walks along tops of cliffs revealed...More

1  Thank Dren W
Reviewed April 12, 2018

Even on a murky day it was cheerful and had great views. Staff were fantastic and very forthcoming with all kinds of interesting information. We were even offered a look at the fog horn machinery which was built by David Brown who is the same...More

2  Thank Neilyweely
Reviewed March 30, 2018 via mobile

Had a fab day out here at Nash point. Even the little cafe in the car park was open. Took our time exploring inside. Lots to find on every floor and the views are outstanding. Great people to meet us and very friendly and helpful...More

Thank Jodycblack
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maryflight
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Nash point lighthouse was built by the Trinity House engineers in 1831 since then the lighthouse and compound has always been owned by Trinity House. There are 4 cottages within the compound 2 of which are holiday lets and 2... More
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