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Cwmdonkin Park

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Cwmdonkin Park

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The mythical west Wales tour.
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The mythical west Wales tour.

On this tour you are accompanied by a historian with a deep passion and knowledge of Wales. You will learn some Welsh, sample traditional Welsh food and learn about the ancient history and culture of Wales. Gareth, your guide is a fluent Welsh speaker and he will give you an insight into Wales that wouldn't be available with a standard tour operator. <br>The area we will visit is dotted with quaint old towns and picturesque villages which seem untouched by time. The South West is the home of Pembrokeshire coast national park, and is an area renowned for the beauty of its beaches and coastline. For the lovers of castles there many to discover with Carreg Cennen, Pembroke and Kidwelly being three of the most impressive.<br>An example of a tour could be a visit to the wonderfully preserved Norman Castle at Pembroke, then lunch in the beautiful medieval port of Tenby followed by a stop off in Laugharne, the former home of the poet Dylan Thomas.
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PFBrain wrote a review Aug 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom661 contributions90 helpful votes
The visit this time, post pandemic, was a pleasant stroll with very few people around (the weather for August was pretty wild). The place is very hilly but it has got interesting plants and, naturally, a lot of information about Dylan Thomas and other notables who have lived around this area of the Uplands. There were notices on the toilets concerning Covid-19 infections (but I'm not sure whether people would really follow the directive). Not a bad place for a walk (the slide, however, needs a bit of lubrication).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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John E wrote a review Aug 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom102 contributions38 helpful votes
My local Park, though small its very beautiful. A must for a leisurely walk on a sunny day. The Park influenced Dylan Thomas to write some of his best work there .
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Feb 2020
Coimbra, Portugal2,705 contributions260 helpful votes
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Dylan Thomas loved Cwmdonkin Park, and the line, 'A world within the world of the sea town', is from one of his poems. It's a delightful park, with paths to explore, lawned areas, shrubs, tennis courts, a children's play area with several activities to entertain them. There is even a basketball hoop. It's not frequented by many people, so if you want a relaxing moment, where, if you have them, your children can entertain themselves, then I suggest you give the park a visit one day.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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t_pony wrote a review Feb 2020
Swansea, United Kingdom26 contributions14 helpful votes
my dog and I love it here but it can get very muddy and there are no lights in the dark which can be a pain in the winter. Overall a lovely park
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ceri g wrote a review Dec 2019
Swansea, United Kingdom327 contributions79 helpful votes
We visited there few weekends ago. It’s great for our child. He took his bike and road it round the circuit. Lots of different slides, swings, frames and loads more to do.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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