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This charming natural wonder site at Saint Nectan’s Glen is situated where the River Trevillet has delicately carved its way through the swathes of Late Devonian slate and naturally created a splendid 60 waterfall! Over time this itself formed a hole through the original basin where the clear and sparkling waters now cascade into a beautiful valley, stunning to behold and wonderful for family photo backdrops.
Rare specimens of plants make this a recognised Site of Special Scientific Interest, which you can have a good think about in the meditation room!
Please note that at the time of updating this listing (summer 2015) there are daily works going on as part of the path maintenance scheme and this is apparently very loud.
They only charge for visiting the waterfall but that charge is not declared, so if you are counting the pennies then best to ring ahead and find out!
Free entry to tea shop and woodland walks.
Open 7 days a week
1st April to 31st October 9:30am to 5pm
1st November to 31st March 10:30am to 3pm