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We stayed as a family of 5 in the camp site for 11 nights and an evening in the hotel. We had a fabulous time as the service was second to none! The management always went the 'extra mile' and made us feel very welcome...More
Showers were filthy as were the toilets. Never looked like they were cleaned all week. Pitch was like a bog. Last morning there they woke us up using a petrol strimmer at 6am. We had to cross the path belonging to the country park to...More
Just had Sunday Dinner in the cafe, consisted of one slice of beef, one soggy scoop of mashed potato, two hard roast potatoes, peas, and a Yorkshire pudding. And charged £7, terrible! When we complained we were told they were short of staff, so couldn't...More
I've just spent two days here training RCT countryside staff. The centre facilities and catering facilities are excellent and all the staff friendly and very helpful. I always enjoy my visits here.
The network of footpaths are well maintained and wind their way through woodlands...More
Dare Valley Country Park is a gem in the Welsh countryside. Open spaces and an abundance of wildlife and nature trails make this a must visit. Peaceful walks through woodland and marvellous scenery make this a first rate place to visit with a family. Food...More
Escape into the glorious countryside of Dare Valley Country Park and discover one of the best kept secrets in Wales! Set in 500 acres of outstanding countryside. Dare Valley Country Park was the first country park in England and Wales to be created from land ravaged by industry. Nineteen pits and drift mines once tore open the land and the countryside was black. Today the river Dare tumbles and meanders from the mountains in the north west of Cynon Valley through a valley of oak, birch and alder. Waymarked trails and orienteering courses take you alongside streams and lakes or climbing to panoramic views. The woodland has regenerated and wildlife abounds. Wild flowers colour the hillsides in the spring and summer while Herons, Coots, Dippers and Cormorants make their home in the lake. Our two star accommodation offers comfortable surroundings at a reasonable price.