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Neath &Tennant Canals Trust Boat Trips

Neath, United Kingdom
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Neath &Tennant Canals Trust Boat Trips
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carol ann w wrote a review Sep 2019
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Wonderful afternoon spent sitting with coffee from cafe. Watching these boats going up the canal. Hire for the day or by the hour. Beautiful.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Alun J wrote a review Aug 2017
Briton Ferry, United Kingdom140 contributions100 helpful votes
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 beauty that can be brought out is only limited to your own imagination. These canals were built during a an industrial revolution in our area, and as progress advanced the rail took pride of place and these forgotten waterways were left for decades only to be revived at last. The area has some stunning history to be discovered, if you are willing to leave the town behind and look for the hidden history all around.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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damiged wrote a review Mar 2017
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Had a lovely trip on the boat in September with the sun shining perfect to unwind on a Saturday afternoon the canal if filling up with weeds but still enjoyable
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Titch8764 wrote a review Feb 2017
Chandler’s Ford, United Kingdom2 contributions
I used to live near the canal, it was interesting hearing the history and seeing the place from a different angle.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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pippap36 wrote a review Sep 2016
Neath, United Kingdom2296 contributions212 helpful votes
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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 passed Neath Abbey Monastery which is gorgeous and then there are some industrial bits, but still interesting in their own way. Then finish off the gorgeous Aberdulais waterfalls. Can highly recommend!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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