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All reviews barry island big wheel day trip ice cream ghost train sea front fish and chips fun fair lovely beach seaside resort all ages jacksons bay sandy beach sunny day winter months public toilets lovely place
Visited on Fireworks night , wanted to try out the big wheel to get some good views of the display . Unfortunately it had been taken down having been up all year. Had a quick look around the fair , looks worse than last time...More
Couldn’t resist visiting here as my wife is a massive Gavin and Stacey fan. Quite funny to first visit the street in Barry where Bryan lives and then come to Barry Island. Great place to have fun with the family.
My wife and I visited Barry Island twice in recent weeks, one day enjoying warm sunshine, a picturesque walk along the coast and a lovely fish and chips meal by the beach, followed by coffee and cake. We live in Billericay and originally come from...More
Went with a 6yr old and a teenager. We managed to kill an hour here. It’s located right by the beach which is convenient. It’s in desperate need of renovation though and is very dated. The kids still had fun and it was worth going...More
If you’re looking for a fun day out, Barry Island is the place to go.
With a beach, plenty of cafes, shops and restaurants, it’s a beautiful place for a bit of alone time and time to reflect on a busy life. Stardust arcade is...More
I always try to find positives about the places I visit but this towns only saving grace was the bay and beach. I appreciate that I visited end-of-season but I can only describe this place as a Dump !
I'll let my photos do the...More
not been to barri island since i was a young child i have to say its still a beautiful place all the flowers were out in bloom and the place looked amazing and so clean , we went to jacksons bay beach too that is...More
There is free kerbside parking all around.If it's busy, you may have to circle a bit, until someone moves. Cars often get tickets for parking in restricted bays. The Pleasure Park has on site reasonable charges.