Strumblehead Lighthouse. Not open for public viewing.
The lighthouse itself is not open to the general public, however, the Pembrokeshire Coast Path has various car parks along the route. The coast paths are well maintained gravel and tarmac pathways, but winding, hilly and un-level in places. Guide books available from the National Park will highlight gradient changes in various places. Stiles and gates are found throughout. Dogs welcome on the lead.Brief Description.
Strumblehead Lighthouse stands alone on an islet called St Michael's Island/Ynysmeicl, separated from the mainland. Built in 1908 by Trinity House for the safety of boating traffic between Ireland and Fishguard. It has now been converted to be an unmanned lighthouse so there is no access onto the island.
Strumblehead Lighthouse, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire, SA64 0JL.
The lighthouse is not open to the public.
Situated 6.1 miles NE from Fishguard. A487, A40 and Goodwick Hill. OS SM 89256412.
There are two buses from Fishguard, 413 and change onto the 404, then a 0.2 miles walk to reach Strumblehead Lighthouse.
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
The Strumble Shuttle runs between St Davids and Fishguard, dropping you off early at one point and picking you up later in the afternoon at the other. 7 services a day.
There are many B&B's, camp sites and hostels along the coastal path. Closest amenities found at Fishguard & Goodwick.