As one approaches Mount St Michael, you are greeted with an impressive view of the church and village which looks very imposing. However as you drive into the town you are greeted by barriers in and out of town. It has got very commercialised and you are guided to a car park where you collect a ticket to enter the carpark.
Be warmed to check the cost of your stay before you get onto the many busses that go to and from the Mount. The journey on the busses to the mount, even for disabled people in chairs is fine as you get taken straight there. Mind, once in the Mount, the lanes are uneven and uphill so one may struggle abit but for the able bodied lots to see and go upstairs for to see the amazing views.
Not really suitable for people with any form of disability or in wheelchairs as main street is very uphill and uneven and may struggle. Lots of places to eat and toilets to refresh oneself.
On our way out of the car park, you need to be aware that it's card only for payment and the money gets taken off automatically and the barrier was slow to raise for us. Mind all in all, a good place to visit.
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