We visited Devils Bridge Falls on a good day weather wise and were glad we did as I would imagine the paths and steps would be a little more difficult to negotiate in wet weather. With the steep steps both up and down this attraction is not suitable for those with walking difficulties, but if you are able bodied it's a great place to see. The waterfalls are quite spectacular and I would imagine that after heavy rain they would be more so. The only downside I would mention is that some of the viewing points are obscured by overgrown trees, not sure how this could be overcome as the gorges are very deep, perhaps a challenge for abseilers armed with electric saws, maybe not!!! Don't let that put you off though as the scenery is fabulous, don't forget your camera or better still cine camera. There is a car park opposite the entrance to the falls which is free and the site is well signposted along the road, entrance is reasonable £3.50 adults, £3.00 concession. There is also a wind up information unit which gives you the history of the bridge (Welsh folklore) beware the devil!!. Just up the road, about 150 yards, is a very nice tea room where you can get a lovely cup of tea, gorgeous cake or something hot. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and would love to see the falls again in full flood.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.