For 175 years Nash Point Lighthouse, designed by James Walker, the Engineer-in-Chief to Trinity House, has been keeping the mariner safe of Nash Sands, the sandbanks off the point at the entrance to the Bristol Channel.
In 1977 a rare plant, the tuberous thistle (Cirsium Tuberosum), was found growing around the lighthouse.
Nash Point was the last manned lighthouse in Wales. The lighthouse keepers left on 5 August 1998.
Nash Point formally opened its doors to the public in 2007 so why not come along and see this wonderful lighthouse and the stunning scenery around about it from a new perspective?
|Family ticket (2 adults and up to 2 children)|
Additional child £1.00
|Child (up to 15 years)|
Please note minimum height restriction of 1.1 metres tall to climb the tower
|Group bookings (out of hours)||£50.00 minimum charge|
Nash Point Weddings
Nash Point Lighthouse is notable for being the only Trinity House lighthouse registered for weddings!
If you are looking for a unique venue for your special day, look no further than Nash Point Lighthouse in South Wales; one of the few operational lighthouses where you can get married.
The fog signal is sounded at 14.00 on the first Saturday and third Sunday of each month, weather conditions permitting.
Tours of Nash Point are organised under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House. Advanced booking is not necessary.
Nash Point Lighthouse is situated about a mile from Marcross.
Please note: Car parking is available at the adjacent pay and display car park. The car park is not operated by Trinity House. At the end of May 2007 the fee for parking was £1.50, but this may be subject to price alterations by the car park operator.