We had not visited the village for years but decided to take our granddaughters to see it. We were very surprised when we got there that we had to pay and found it very expensive for three adults and two children. In fact, it was the most expensive place we visited during the whole holiday with no concessions for children or pensioners. Having said that, there was a film that explained all about the village in the visitor centre which was very interesting. There was also a restaurant and gift shop. We enjoyed the walk down the steep, cobbled streets to the picturesque harbour and looked at the quaint houses. We were annoyed at some visitors with dogs who just allowed them to foul the footpaths and so had to make sure the children did not walk in it. You could take a land rover lift to the harbour but there was an additional charge for this. We enjoyed our visit but the price of entry would put us off going there again.
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