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Pistyll Rhaedr is one of the largest waterfalls in Wales, it is spectacular. There is a carpark at the base of the falls with a short walk to a small bridge where you can look up and hear the thunder of the falls. If your...More
The 2014 review is out of date. The cafe does take card payments. The menu is comprehensive, though on our visit two or three items were not available. Prices at around £7.60 for most main meals are fair, except for sandwiches at the same price....More
We were charged £4 to park which seems a bit steep seeing as we were going to use the café. The café was manned by one very pleasant lady who also cooked and looked after the car parking fee and served. Had a very tasty...More
We managed to park just before water fall which saved £4 on the car park.
We walked to the base of the water fall which was brilliant as we have had a fare bit of rain.
The cafe was a bit expensive at £1.20 for...More
Visited on our way elsewhere. Was a short walk to the bottom of the falls, but there was an alternate route to the top.
Views were amazing & running very well. Worth a visit. Also visited the cafe afterwards for a pot of tea which...More
Visited on a busy bank holiday. I had called in advance to try and book a table for 8 in the cafe and was told that they did not take bookings (no problem), At no point did they advise it would cost £5 per car...More
Such a stunning area, just beautiful , well worth go as long as you are not nervous of narrow lanes! Try and park a little before in the free car park as when you get there it's now £5!!!!! thats for disabled people who might...More
No doubt it is a pretty massive fall, and perhaps one of the most easily accessible ones. But you may be slightly underwhelmed depending upon what wheather you go and what expectation you have. This is not to discourage you from going. I went in...More
We were stopping about 25 minutes away so with some spare time headed here, the last couple of miles is a single lane road and it was only slightly busy (a Thursday afternoon)and it was a slow drive, with very few passing places. If you...More
A great place to visit to escape civilisation. The waterfall is very impressive and there are lots of smaller pools and falls to explore at the top of Pistyll Rhaeadr. You can also follow some of the quiet hiking paths further into the hills to...More
I shouldn't think so, as the owners NOT MEMBERS OF WELSH OR ENGLISH TOURIST BOARD. They make their own rules, at a cost may I add,to the visitors to this natural attraction. They are out to take every penny off you that they... More
I shouldn't think so, as the owners NOT MEMBERS OF WELSH OR ENGLISH TOURIST BOARD. They make their own rules, at a cost may I add,to the visitors to this natural attraction. They are out to take every penny off you that they can. If there wasn't a drought on at present, they would probably charge you gave a bbq of your own, like everything else they charge extortionately for. Check parking rates before you travel the long single track road which takes you there. They demanded £5 from me with less than a hour to go before they closed the gates. Read ALL the reviews. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Ok the waterfall us stunning, but with the drought is not in flow at present so not worth going anyway.
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