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Description

The iconic wooden lighthouse built on nine wooden piles dates from 1832 and is a Grade II Heritage listed structure. It is 9 metres tall and remains an active navigation aid. It provides a white flash every 7 seconds plus a directional light through a window at the front.

Location information

Type of Location

Coastal
Water
Other

Address details

Property address Burnham-on-sea Low Lighthouse, Burnham-on-Sea, TA8 2EZ
County Somerset
What Three Words providing.chase.channel
Approx travel time from Bristol 1 hour
Approx travel time from London 3 hours 15 minutes

Property details

Property status Operational
Access There is no access to enter the lighthouse, apart from maintenance. But people can walk to the bottom of the lighthouse on a low tide.
Access restrictions Access to the bottom of the lighthouse will be restricted at a high tide. The lighthouse is only accessible for maintenance.
Noise None
Parking None immediately on site, but Somerset Council pay and display parking is available in Burnham.
Parking detail Nearby town centre, pay and display car parks are available. The lighthouse can only be reached by walking to it.

Representative and contact details

Representative Sue Knight
Representative type Owner
Phone 01278 436486 / 07464 981797
Email filmoffice@somerset.gov.uk
Website

Film location

Address Burnham-on-sea Low Lighthouse, Burnham-on-Sea, TA8 2EZ