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Beautiful, peaceful RSPB site

As birdwatchers this site has much to offer, especially in spring when there are bluebells in the... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2016
rosi w
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Southampton, United Kingdom
Idyllic walk next to babbling brook with fairytale scenery

This is a breathtakingly beautiful place. You start walking on a wooden boardwalk on stilts then... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2016
supportstateschools
,
Oxford
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17 Aug 2016
“Beautiful, peaceful RSPB site”
31 May 2016
“Idyllic walk next to babbling brook with fairytale scenery”
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Llandovery, Wales
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Reviewed 17 August 2016

As birdwatchers this site has much to offer, especially in spring when there are bluebells in the wood and pied-flycatchers and wood warblers nesting in the trees. It is still beautiful and interesting in summer but haven't visited in autumn and winter (yet) There is...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

This is a breathtakingly beautiful place. You start walking on a wooden boardwalk on stilts then descend to the river, which has huge boulders that are great for climbing on and a river that you can skim stones in. There is a directed walk along...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2016

A beautiful RSPB reserve with a boardwalk where you can birdwatch without any interference. It's so peaceful and relaxing. Then further into Dinas you arrive at the river with the Kites and Buzzards flying high and the Dippers in the water. If you are feeling...More

Thank Hazel58
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Reviewed 13 April 2015

I visited RSPB Dinas with my six year old granddaughter recently whilst staying in the Royal Oak, three miles up the road (a charming pub with excellent food!) It is set in a beautiful area and provides a great walk in stunning surroundings. There is...More

2  Thank JanAsh1962
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Reviewed 8 January 2015

As the weather was mild we went for a walk here in the morning. AN amazing place, stuff you see on films with regard to the scenery. It can be a bit hairy in places so you need the right foot-ware to do the whole...More

Thank Sandy E
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Reviewed 1 August 2014

North of Llandovery following the signs for Rhandirmwyn and then before Llyn Brianne Dam .This is a picturesque walk that will suit most as it starts with a wooden well maintained boardwalk that runs through mature woods that the kids loved to explore ahead along....More

2  Thank Davroscymru
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