Berry Head Lighthouse, Brixham, Devon
  • About Us

    At the end of Berry Head, beyond the coastguard station, is the lighthouse, which forms part of the chain of south coast beacons. The lighthouse, which was built in 1906, was converted to unwatched acetylene operation in 1921 and modernised and converted to mains electricity in 1994. It came to be known as the smallest, highest and deepest light in the British Isles – the tower is diminutive, requiring no further elevation than that given by the headland itself, and the optic was originally turned by the action of a weight falling down a 45m deep shaft, now made redundant by a small motor.

  • Weather

    Berry Head Lighthouse 7-day Weather Forecast

    Light rain on Friday, with temperatures bottoming out at 10°C on Tuesday.

    Today's Forecast
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    5
    -> 
    11
       56%  72%   3 mph
      8:10 am    4:12 pm
    Monday, Dec 18th
     Partly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    5
    -> 
    10
       20%  66%   5 mph
      8:11 am    4:12 pm

    Tuesday, Dec 19th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    5
    -> 
    10
       29%  68%   9 mph
      8:12 am    4:12 pm
    Wednesday, Dec 20th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    9
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    12
       37%  87%   11 mph
      8:12 am    4:13 pm

    Thursday, Dec 21st
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    9
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    12
       21%  78%   12 mph
      8:13 am    4:13 pm
    Friday, Dec 22nd
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    9
    -> 
    11
       40%  81%   5 mph
      8:13 am    4:14 pm

    Saturday, Dec 23rd
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    9
    -> 
    11
       30%  65%   6 mph
      8:14 am    4:14 pm
    Sunday, Dec 24th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    9
    -> 
    12
       32%  94%   15 mph
      8:14 am    4:15 pm

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