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The canals trust works hard to keep our past open for everyone who visits, but just like every other non gadget item it gets overlooked. I live in the area, and have never been on a canal boat until now. The scenery, peacefulness and sheer...More
The canal actually starts in Port Tennant, Swansea and goes all the way to the Aberdulais Viaduct in Neath, and you can walk the whole length, which is what we did, in stages...... there are some gorgeous bits with locks and lovely scenery, go right...More
I had friends staying from London, so we thought it would a nice idea to have a few hours on the canal. There was 8 of us in total so took most of the little boat.
The people who ran the boat were very pleasant,...More
Would definitely recommend you try this. We enjoyed the 'getting away from it all' feeling and consider this trip would be appreciated by old and young alike. So lovely to take in the unexpected beauty of the surroundings. Something local that should be supported and...More
If you want to learn about the history of Neath I would recommend to take a boat trip on Neath Canal. The scenery is beautiful, the crew is very friendly and knowledgeable and you will have a most plesent one hour on Thomas Dadford. I...More
What a superb way to while away an hour and fill your senses with a glimpse of the Neath valley from the Thomas Dadford, the public trip barge of the Neath & Tennant Canals Trust. Run and crewed entirely by a small band of enthusiastic...More