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Lupi-Les Loups de Coat Fur

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Lupi-Les Loups de Coat Fur

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janice f wrote a review Aug. 2019
Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
Went here in the evening as booked for a meal, enjoyed it that much booked again a few weeks later. The wolves are bigger than you think, in a forest environment, and if you are lucky enough to hear them howling, its amazing, more like singing. The meal far exceeded our expectations, choice was good, including a vegetarian option and the mushroom sauce is simply to die for. The people that run this are very friendly and informative, I can only imagine where these wolves would be without this charity. We will definitely be returning.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Twelvesticks wrote a review Aug. 2017
County Dublin, Ireland33 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited at lunchtime and it was very quiet. You are asked to be calm around the wolves, so this was good. The place is well done, however it was difficult to see many of the wolves as their enclosures are full of vegetation and many of them clearly don't want the attention. But we did see a few, and they were in excellent condition - especially compared to the photos of what they looked like when they first arrived. Away from the wolves, there is a 4km country walk trhough woodland, with info posts about when wolves used to live in the wild in the region. There are also some other animals around, including sika deer, pot-bellied pigs and goats.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Flantheman2334 wrote a review May 2017
Gosport, United Kingdom572 contributions183 helpful votes
This is a duplicate site for Le Refuge Des Loups de Coat Fur. There are several reports and pictures on that site.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Flantheman2334 wrote a review May 2017
Gosport, United Kingdom572 contributions183 helpful votes
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I took my granddaughter here, and we had an enjoyable afternoon. I am not in favour of zoos, etc. but this is a refuge for wolves who are better off here than where they came from. There are ample opportunities to see the wolves (see pictures). There are other animals on site, too. This refuge is unsuitable for people with walking difficulties, and even sure footed people should wear decent footwear in damp/wet weather. There is an optional extended walk through the woods, with information and exhibits, including a reconstruction of a wolf trap. There is a ramshackle bar at the entrance. The car park is some way from the entrance, but disabled persons can park at the entrance. There is room to drop passengers off at this point, too.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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