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“Pleasant walk area”
Review of Dyserth Waterfall

Ranked #1 of 2 things to do in Dyserth
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Reviewed November 7, 2012 via mobile

The first thing is the honesty box at the entrance. Only 40p, which helps to maintain the walkways, tables & seating. You can actually walk through the woods directly into Dyserth - and back. Well worth a visit, especially as parking is free by the entrance.

3  Thank Kevin C
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

A good day out, a lot of walking & the stairs to get to the top are steep and access is limited for pushchairs etc.
The castle is also 5 mins down the road too so well worth a visit.

1  Thank ru1
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Reviewed October 29, 2012

Great falls, tucked away so not visible from the road. Only 40p honesty box. Lovely simple cafe on site too - great bara brith & homemade soup looked tasty.

2  Thank Jimbo423
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Reviewed October 28, 2012

It's lovely to find something like this that is accessible, we were surprised at how central it is. There is a carpark nearby and the local cafe was lovely. We went on the circular walk which is definitely not accessible as there are many steps but the views are lovely and it's worth the effort if you can make it. A nice way to get some fresh air and exercise.

2  Thank BobbinsandBeans
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Reviewed October 24, 2012

Parking available. The attraction is worth a visit as you get right up close to the Waterfall. The village looks very nice although some of it is on a steep road, places to eat nearby.

1  Thank Susan H
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