It's a pretty steep path down through a grassy/bushy slope, but not scrambly until the very end as you get down onto the shorefront rocks. I'd say you could probably do it but it isn't a walk in the park.
You will need to keep a really close eye on them though once down there - round the back of the main bouldering block are some big holes a toddler could fall down and end up in the sea.
Personally I’m not sure I would take my toddler down there, certainly not on my own, but if you’re a couple who don’t mind taking it in turns to watch them while the other climbs then I guess it could be ok.
Other options that would be much more kid friendly would be Northcott and Hartland further north/east along the coast, or Godrevy quite a long further south/west.
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