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We stayed over for a night and we were welcomed and very well looked after. The room was clean and bed comfortable. The scenery is stunning, this is a place were everyone in the family is happy, many activities and lots to explore.
A great place to go to get some quiet time. The walks around the lake are so peaceful and apart from the odd dog walker, you will find you will have the area to yourself. A nice cafe which serves hot meals and cold drinks...More
This is a fabulous Country Park with so much to see. It is ideal for walking dogs and groups meet up there for dog walks. Good walking boots or strong stout shoes are recommended and a warm waterproof coat in the colder seasons. There is...More
I have visited here during every season and have found something different to see every time. There is a lake with resident water birds and seasonal visitors. There are many walks available for both able and less able visitors. The area is popular with families...More
The dare valley country park in Aberdare is great for all ages. Theres free car parking next to the visitors centre, that has toilet facilities and a nice little cafe that serves a selection of food and drinks from snacks to meals. There are several...More
The most magical place in Cynon valley and well beyond! Spent my childhood taking my dogs for walks up here and am ecstatic that my 2 year old daughter is feeling it’s hypnotic grip at the ripe old age of 2. A must see for...More
We where there yesterday, and we were told that sheep are not permitted, we asked the question as we have dogs and there were lots of sheep droppings around. Although we have never seen any sheep at any time we have visited... More
We where there yesterday, and we were told that sheep are not permitted, we asked the question as we have dogs and there were lots of sheep droppings around. Although we have never seen any sheep at any time we have visited, and we were told that the farmer puts them out to graze when the park shuts and gets them back off before it reopens in the morning so. Although horses regularly use the park. There is a pony trekking centre on the approach to the visitor centre.
We have always let our dogs run where the sign says no horses, however we did see hoof marks here.