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The cafe in the centre is geared up for hungry cyclists and walkers. The food is typical cafe fare but so so filling. Order toast and you get a doorstop of fresh cut bread, topped with you choice of munchy , mine was poached egg,...More
This site is great for hardened mountain bikers but not for us. We took our bikes which was fine for us on the flat routes but the site was disappointing. I had to shower in flip flops as they were really grubby and I don't...More
Rode Blade early doors, getting back in time for the cafe to open. First time on Blade - brilliant, but the climb out from the centre is horrendous/awesome depending on your fitness and technical ability! Rest of trail was great, particularly Helter Skelter and Holey...More
Ok, this is a trailhead campsite with basic functional facilities.. 7 quid per person per night.. Free bike lock up if u put it away before 5..
Book at the weekends but in the week quiet as the grave.
Rugby club down the road ok...More
I am a regular at this venue. I love dry fly fishing, and whatever time of the year you visit, there are fish taking off the top. Its not always easy to catch, but I wouldnt want it to be. The quality of the fish...More
All the trails were fantastic. Amazing views, well kept trails and great riding to be had. However 2 key things slightly marred our stay at their campsite:
1) the mosquito infested camp site at the center. Everyone there was very friendly - but I wish...More
I spent a day fly fining at Glyncorrwg Ponds. It was excellent. The lake is well stocked with brown trout, rainbow trout and blue trout. Although their stock fish they're not easy to catch as they're picky about when they feed. Take some insect repellent...More
The 3 ponds at Glyncorrwg are the locals best kept secret.
They are so peaceful, the ponds teem with fish & tadpoles. The heron is a regular. You can spot the dipper by the bridge over the river & the water lilies are beautiful. Sit...More