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The Dingle

#12 of 40 things to do in Colwyn Bay Features Animals
The Dingle, Colwyn Bay, Wales
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beautiful or trying to be, dog muck everywhere so coming back in the dark not advisable, on top of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Colwyn Bay, United Kingdom
via mobile
Walking the dog.

A lovely quiet walk up from the beach through Old Colwyn...Olde Worlde, very enjoyable. An area not... read more

Reviewed 3 July 2017
patricia E
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25 May 2017
“Shady and cool on a hot sunny day”
7 Jan 2017
The Dingle, Colwyn Bay, Wales
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

beautiful or trying to be, dog muck everywhere so coming back in the dark not advisable, on top of that seems to attract drinkers and druggies,shame.but couldn't recomend the place .people ,volunteers have tried to improve but it never lasts

Thank davidyates56
Reviewed 3 July 2017

A lovely quiet walk up from the beach through Old Colwyn...Olde Worlde, very enjoyable. An area not to be missed.

Thank patricia E
Reviewed 25 May 2017

We walked along the Dingle to get to the sea side. It is very shady and is a pleasant walk downhill to the Promenade next to a bubbling brook. There was a bit of trash but otherwise it was a pleasant walk from Abergele Road...More

Thank igads
Reviewed 7 January 2017

i take my dog for a walk in the dingle. Great potential if dog walkers picked up the POO after themselves and people weren't such litter-louts. Very pleasant place to walk lots of birds and wild life to look at but needs a lot of...More

Thank merfyn_thomas
Reviewed 14 November 2016 via mobile

Basically it's a path normally full of dog poo with a steam by it which normally has at least one trolly in it. Not really a place to go unless for a short cut. Why this is on trip advisor is beyond me.

Thank John A
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Not since I was a kid have I used the path beside the stream to get from the town to the prom, what has happened? It used to be a pleasant stroll but now the rubbish in the stream, the dodgy smells ugh! Wake up...More

Thank Geoff T
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

We went for a walk and ended up in the Dingle, too be honest i was shocked by how downhill it had gone from rubbish to a broken bridge across the stream it seems to have become a magnet for kids to go and mess...More

Thank Toria W
Reviewed 16 March 2016

A lovely retreat in an urban environment but why can't the children take all their rubbish back with them? Local enthusiasts decontaminate the stream and environs but the trash comes back. Why do people come to such a nice place and despoil it? Notwithstanding there...More

Thank llanidloes999
Reviewed 12 November 2015 via mobile

Always like to walk through forestry areas. It's peacefully and quaint. Although the dingle is always so full of rubbish it makes me sad and angry.

Thank Lindsey P
Reviewed 4 November 2015

I've loved this place since I was a child & still enjoy a walk down the old place but have to spend most of my time looking at the floor due to the amount of dog mess. Please clean up after your mutt.

1  Thank colwynboy
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