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The Secret Owl Garden Haverfordwest
... have additional needs, Callum our guide was absolutely terrific with the children, his calm and reassuring nature was a great benefit and the children got the absolute upmost from their time with the owls !
... Totto and Ozzy were awesome, Ozzy in particular, such a graceful animal and spectacular in flight, the park with the other owls is worth the entrance fee alone, they fly animals all day and we several other bi...
The British Bird of Prey Centre Carmarthen
The ticket price included a parking space well away from the main car park via a private entrance, entry to the Gardens and the Birds of Prey Centre - such very good value for money - we will be back!
Creds also to Rob and Alex, who brought out the birds, and displayed them with such care and respect of their nature.
Falconry Experience Wales Machynlleth
If you love nature then this is a must visit place.
Cwm Idwal National Nature Reserve Bethesda
The walk around the lake is easy and the views are typical of the outstanding views common to Snowdonia National Park.
An fantastic place, best visited out of season to appreciate the peace and beauty, the walk from the car park can be icy in the winter months and requires care in traversing.
Gower Peninsula Swansea
The Gower is a wonderful place for golden sandy beaches, hidden gems of little bays, cliff walks, woodland walks, seeing nature, fishing, surfing, road or mountain biking, the list goes on!
This is a fantastic place to visit plenty of walks clean beach great hospitality it's a great place to stay camping is good great for get together be teens or young family there is a heritage park very close by .it
Sculptureheaven Rhydlewis
Free to enter and park, a beautiful garden with an array of interesting things run by a couple who seem to have it open to the public for the sheer joy of it.
Now .... I'm used to the idea of visiting local attractions wherever I holiday, so with a lodge booked at Penlan Park West Wales, we decided to visit.
Cader Idris Dolgellau
Visited Dolgellau and stayed in a Fab B&B .. Short car trip to a car park and short walk to the start of the Foxes path .... boy did it rain ... and rain and rain .. we had a go but decided enough was enough as we...
After visiting Castell y Bere, took the opportunity to visit the snow capped Cader Idris - in my opinion, one of the most impressive mountains in the Snowdonia National Park.
Rhossili Bay Rhossili
The Bay View Bar and Restaurant is highly recommended - fantastic views, 5 star food, homemade cake to die for and lovely staff, it’s a bit hidden away, on the right just before the entrance to the car park, it de...
Worth the visit, NT car park with great icecream shop and a long steep walk down to beach but we'll worth the walk, note loos are by car park and it's a half hour round trip from beach, enjoy!
Quantock Trekking Taunton 43.2 km away
Pen-y-Fan Brecon Beacons National Park
Fantastic memories, superb views of Brecon and its Beacons and a great coffee and snack in the car park afterwards.
One of my favourite walks in the National Park Great views and a variety of terrain Lots of different route options as well
Elan Valley Rhayader
awe inspiring the 5 dams built by the victorians to supply water, various walks, places to park & picnic, pubic toilets, a true gem, peaceful fresh air, walks for all abilities, able to walk and drive on some of d...
A few activities, walking, hill walking, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, bird watching, plant spotting, nature-trailing, fungi forays, dark-sky watching, fishing.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Pembrokeshire
If you love nature and rugged landscapes, plus a bit of exercise, I highly recommend the Pembrokeshire Coastal path walk.
Walking along the Deer Park above Martin's Haven you get a fantastic view of Skomer Marine Nature Reserve.
Three Cliffs Bay Swansea
Beautiful beach and unique scenery, can recommend walk from park mill to the beach following meandering stream , or from pennard cliffs to top end of the three cliffs and the castle to one side ,.totally unspoilt...
A little gem, park in the the three holiday park for £3 they have nice toilets and a lovely shop, walk to beach it is a climb down and steep to go back but stepping stones are fun and the beach is fantastic with i...
Barafundle Beach Stackpole
If you are willing to walk up quite a few steps from the National a Trust car park, take a walk along the headlands with wonderful views, you then walk down to the most beautiful secluded beach, wonderful soft cle...
If you love small coves and pristine beaches you will love this area, park in one of the NT car parks and spend all day walking the cliff top path or enjoying the beaches
Anglesey Riding Centre Dwyran
Follow the brown signs Park up go to reception and you will be warmly greeted by a member of staff, kitted out and off to meet you're horse.
plenty space to park.
Sgwd yr Eira Brecon Beacons National Park
Stunning walk, around 3hrs, a must visit Some parts require strenuous climbs £4 got the car park, run by very helpful & kind volunteers
The trail is well marked, but you can buy a pack of trail maps from the information center for £2, which is handy if you plan to do more walking in the National park.
Folly Farm Begelly
A happy mix of amazing climbing equipment, go cart racing, fair ground rides, stunning wild animals etc...The Adventure park is fabulously well laid out with everything incredibly well planned for every need, desi...
Wonderful animals, great play areas, amazing indoor vintage fair and great places to eat, drink and get icecreams lots of toilets around the park, disabled facilities and everywhere is accessible, there are picnic...
Bodnant Garden Tal-y-Cafn
Bodnant Gardens is a visual delight and a perfect place to stroll while enjoying colorful plants, the wondrous nature of woods, and the sound of rushing waters.
A lovely picnic was enjoyed (on one of the many picnic tables in the car park), followed by a delightful wander through the garden following the white ribbons to find the fairy path with lovely fairy houses and fi...
Mwnt Beach Cardigan
Toilets nice and clean and beach and walks all perfect highly recommend whether you wish to just park and enjoy the view walk along the coastal path or play on the beach, also beautiful tiny church that's worth a...
Mwnt is a special peaceful cove on the coastal path with a delightful whitewashed church settled beneath the hill, a national trust car park well situated and well kept, lovely little coffee and ice- cream shop ju...
Snowdon Snowdonia National Park
As well as being the largest National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts the highest mountain (Snowdon), with its largest natural lake, picturesque villages, wildlife and a wealth of culture.
On my way to visit Caernarfon castle / town I drove through the Snowdonia national park, the views are amazing from the steep rock cliffs to the fresh water streams, and the colours of the landscapes.
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Marloes Sands Beach Marloes
New restaurant on the footpath from the Car park to Marloes beach - excellent choice of food and drink, superbly renovated buildings and lovely people - if you are in Pembrokeshire put it on you list to visit
... coastal scenery of Marloes is well known and well reviewed, but new on the scene (only a few weeks) is an excellent café/bistro in converted farm buildings on the path along from the National Trust car park.
Harlech Beach Harlech
You can park right on the beach Great views Great with dog Nice and wide and places to stroll really wide with dog
Amazing beach, clean, golden, dog friendly incredible view and a free car park.
Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens Menai Bridge
... shoes or trainers on to be comfortable ..there are plenty of benches about to have a sit and just watch nature..The cafe is lovely and fresh looking enjoyed a cuppa and cake ,looking forward to another visit....
Beautiful gardens - husband has worked in parks and gardens for a number of years and said this was one of the best gardens he has visited.
Forest of Dean & Wye Valley Coleford 54.7 km away
There are so many fantastic places to visit, we love walking at the Nagshead RSPB nature reserve, Speechouse Woorgreens trail, Sculture Trail, Cannop Ponds to name just a few, the fact that you can stop along the...
The lake next to the car park is perfect for pre and/or post walk picnics or I can highly recommend the catering van that, despites it small size, offers a surprisingly wide range of hot and cold food.
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Aberdyfi Beach Aberdovey
There are great views of the estuary and harbour at Aberdovey, but if you park in the car park to the north on the Towyn road you will find a lovely sandy beach nearby
The beach starts in the village with a large car park next to it, and a long promenade with benches for sitting, as well as shallow steps down to the sand, which can also double up as seating.
The Reptile Experience Saundersfoot
Public car parks within easy walking distance.
To get a hands on experience of a similar nature anywhere else would be nearer £100pp.
Poppit Sands Beach Cardigan
You have to visit Poppit if you possibly can, the beach is massive and gorgeous with lovely views, dogs are allowed and easy access from the car park, which has a fabulous cafe serving gorgeous home made local foo...
... little oves of grass Brilliant views of mwnt houses on mountain side looking across the water a caravan park for static Further right Excellent Views looking down the Harbour towards Cardigan very Pleasant col...
Taff Valley Quad Bike & Activity Centre Pontypridd
Glastonbury Tor Glastonbury 50.2 km away
Glastonbury Tor is a bit of a walk but we used the EXCELLENT Tor Park & Ride bus.
The view is spectacular and due to the spiritual nature of the Tor it was quite busy with other people welcoming the new moon, including a coach party who were on a spiritual retreat.
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Sugarloaf Mountain Abergavenny
Nice easy walk to the summit from the car park, gorgeous views!
Having an OS map made it easier to plan our route and we made it back to the free NT car park taking a longer walk around the hills on the way down.