This is undoubtedly one of the iconic landmarks in Britain, not just Cornwall. Famous for a causeway and only accessible by foot during low tide (boat service applies thereafter). National Trust property and accessible on foot at low tide and by boat at high tide. Dogs welcome,but not inside the castle or grounds. Beautifully prepared gardens and flower beds, with many little nooks and crannies and stunning views of the sea. The path up to the castle becomes rockier the closer you get to it, so sturdy trainers or shoes recommended. The castle is interesting both in history and architecture. There are properties on the mount that are inhabited by locals. The cafe and gift shop are worth visiting. There is also a small cafe that is for take away snacks and drinks. At high tide it s worth avoiding the end of the afternoon as the queues for boats can be long. The boat service is relatively cheap and quick. Dogs permitted on board free of charge.
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