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All reviews information centre nice walk feed the ducks pleasant area enjoy nature either direction summer holidays bacon sunday afternoon stroll industrial history toilet facilities young girl couple of hours few hours fresh air coffee and cake well worth a visit
We visited the Visitors centre for breakfast and then started our circular walk from the centre, such an enjoyable walk, the walk is around 3.7 miles and you experience amazing views and countryside around the M4,at one point it is quite a steep walk over...More
Have visited here previously a return visit was overdue so on the first day of Autumn, decided to put that right. The weather was glorious, sunny with a chill in the air, a crisp Autumn day I suppose.
Took the dog too, and had a...More
Not having the post code, we had some trouble finding Fourteen Locks but we got there in the end. Free car park with plenty of space. There is a path on both sides of the locks but the path that is nearest to the locks...More
We walked our dog him earlyish one morning before the cafe was open, so I cannot comment on that. The walk itself was pleasant enough and nicely shaded. There is a part where to carry on the walk you need to cross over a road,...More
Visited Aug 2018. The cafe, information centre and duck pond is the best part of this area. The staff are very pleasant, friendly and helpful. The ample car park has a lot of litter. Walking south of the cafe, down a steepish path to access...More
That’s no problem, it’s a decent walk. The canal does break up briefly just past Two locks in Cwmbran as you near the town centre where it has been diverted into tunnels. You can carry onto Brecon if you like.