Being a National Trust member, entry was of course free and I found ample car parking on site.
A gift shop and cafe are a welcome find as are more benches and places to sit and gaze into the deep blue yonder than you could shake a stick at. It really is a remarkable place to come and walk.
Its possible to walk along the cliff top to the Lighthouse (takes around 40 mins) and there is a wheelchair friendly footpath that leads to a viewing point, ideal if you just want a short walk to see the iconic cliffs. This all weather path is built with a staggered incline, allowing a few breathers on the way up and is ideal if the weather is bad. At the top is one of the best views of the cliffs with the rolling green hilltops and sheer chalk edge, dropping to the sea below.