The station is located just
over half a mile from the Lizard village. By its
very nature and location we regret that it is not
The walk from the lighthouse
gives the visitor truly spectacular views but requires
a degree of fitness as there is a steep decent and
climb to the Housel Bay beach to be navigated, and
therefore, should only be attempted by able people.
The walk down Lloyds Lane (no
vehicular traffic) is relatively flat, or you can
walk to the Housel Bay Hotel and have lunch or tea
at the Hotel before visiting the station.
Access is by foot only and it
can be reached from the Lizard village car park.
Follow the signs to the Housel Bay Hotel. A path
runs adjacent to the hotel out onto the cliff –
turn left and follow the path along the cliff top
for a few minutes until the wireless station is
reached. The more active can drive to the National
Trust car park at the Lizard lighthouse and walk
east for about a mile taking in the spectacular
views and joining the path at the Housel Bay Hotel.
This is the
costal walk to the Wireless station.