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We did the 10k walk around the reservoir which we really enjoyed. There is a little bit of everything. Open fields, woodlands, up and down. I would say that you should be reasonable fit and used to long walks to attempt it however we didn't...More
After moving away from the area over 25 years ago, revisited the reservoir when in the area.The views are really picturesque and the area really tranquil. Had a drink in the restaurant when we arrived there was a bit of a wait, only one person...More
We decided to go to the Llandegfedd Reservoir, which incidentally is not at Llandegfedd but at Coed y Poen a couple of miles away. The signage could be a bit clearer which would have helped.
We walked the reservoir trail which was 10k and was...More
We took our three children,11,8,5 here over the weekend and we hired two canoes to paddle around the reservoir on. Five people, one two seater and one three seater, with life jackets, paddles and third party insurance, total cost £30 an hour. Really good value...More
There are some lovely trails around the reservoir (The longest is a 6.5 mile walk). There are lots of open spaces/meadow and woodland aspects to the trails but you have to be careful if you take your dog. There are areas of farmland used for...More
First impressions were of a very peaceful, tranquil spot. Entered through shop which was small but well stocked with good quality gifts. Sat on outside balcony which enjoyed stunning views over the water but a bit precarious as there was a channel running along outside...More
Good visit to the reservoir today. Bought back many memories of playing there before the reservoir was sunk. Lovely old photos showing valley before the ground works were started.
Sat outside at the cafe and had an amazing view of the wind surfers, small boats...More