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All reviews steep steps trevose head coastal walk great place to visit boat launch answered all our questions national trust car park mother ivey's bay fab views harlyn bay worth a visit lighthouse donation launched volunteers crew charity
We visited the lifeboat station whilst away with the family.
Lots of steps to get down but such lovely views and inside you can see the boat and there is a lot of information to see and read.
Definitely worth a visit to appreciate the...More
We just missed the launch but saw the boat from the top of the hill where we parked then waited for it's return an hour later. It was so impressive, would love to have seen it launch and the setting is amazing. Lots of very...More
We walked 15 mins from the nearest national trust car park which was an enjoyable walk for a young family partially on the cliff tops.
The station is very striking and location is beautiful.
Very interesting photos and info boards on the history of the...More
Great place to visit and inside you are given the history of this station with pictures, newpaper articles and lives that have been saved. Great for families with children as it educational .Steps down are steep and dogs are allowed
We visited here on Wednesday evening at 6pm to watch the lifeboat launch. Arrive early as parking is limited and to gain the best vantage points. We returned the next day walking from Harlyn Bay which was an amazing walk of less than an hour....More
A new a modern Lifeboat station well worth a visit.
Members of the crew are always available and are very friendly and informative.
It's kinda humbling coming here - many, many lives have been saved by these incredibly brave guys who are ALL volunteers, putting...More
If you are in North Cornwall this is a must visit. An incredible lifeboat station with an interesting exhibition and uniform for kids to dress up in. Amazing views of the coast line and even spotted some local seals.