This was an excellent place to visit and stay for a two night relaxing camp. The areas for camping were secluded with some near the waterfall. So much here to see and do, all family-owned and run and they were so nice.
I went into one of the caves, which was brilliant but couldn’t get to the others as there were too many steps and hills. The one I saw was beautiful though.
There were so many dinosaurs all scattered round the hills and undergrowth. Very lifelike with even some we hadn’t heard of.
Also, we visited the iron age part, where ever you go there are tvs with commentary about everything here.
Alfie loved the panning for gold!
The large games were good also the tunnels, Alfie and Jodie ended up as a draw on the draughts.
The animals were very tame where you could just walk about in their field. We spent to whole day just looking at everything that was here. This really is an excellent place to take children if you are ever in Wales.
Directions and signs are in Welsh and English. So many places do this for tourists in Europe but we don’t for anyone!
This really was an excellent mini holiday, the camper was great now we both know how to work everything. We did manage to see everything that was on our list but there are many more wonderful places in Wales.
We all want to see Scotland so I’m thinking maybe Easter so we can stay a bit longer as it is the furthest point away from us down in Kent. Also hopefully the weather will be warm and Spring like! We can hope for that anyway.
It’s back to school now for the grandchildren, not sure why the holidays are all different now as in Wales their half term is this week.