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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park

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| Gwbert-on-Sea, Cardigan SA43 1PR, Wales
+44 1239 623637
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Good for the kids

Lovely little farm park on the coast, lots of sheep, goats and horses which you can feed by buying... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Stuart M
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Dudley, United Kingdom
Awful attitude I wouldn’t give them your money

Wow the lady with no name tag who refused to give us her name working 01/11/17 at 11.15 what a... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park is stunningly located on a scenic headland, overlooking the nature reserve of Cardigan Island, which is just 200 yards off-shore, so it can be clearly viewed from the park. Cardigan Island is home to thousands of nesting sea-birds, so access has to be restricted. A colony of Atlantic grey seals breed in the many caves below the farm park cliffs and can be seen virtually every day. Cardigan Bay's bottlenose dolphins are frequent visitors to the waters surrounding the park, particularly during calm weather, when they swim closer to the shore. They can be viewed clearly from the park. There are a variety of friendly farm animals for visitors to view and feed, including pigs, sheep, goats, rare breed cattle, ponies, chickens, and Dilwyn the donkey. There is also Llinos the Llama and Bruce the Emu from far-off lands. The Visitor Centre features a lovely cafe serving meals and drinks, with a focus on Welsh-sourced ingredients, which can be enjoyed either indoors or on the large patio to make the most of the glorious scenery. There is an out-door adventure playground and sand-pit for children to enjoy as well as some indoor games, and a well-stocked gift shop. Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park is open daily from 1st April 2017 until the 4th November 2017.
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| Gwbert-on-Sea, Cardigan SA43 1PR, Wales
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely little farm park on the coast, lots of sheep, goats and horses which you can feed by buying a 70p pack of feed at reception. There's a 1/2 mile walk out to the peninsular to see seals - they didn't show when we were...More

Thank Stuart M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wow the lady with no name tag who refused to give us her name working 01/11/17 at 11.15 what a horrible lady! The website advertised inside and outdoor play area so we drove 30mins to get there to find a Lego table and football table...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This farm was great, animals all had lots of space to move around and you could buy feed and feed them. The best bit of the farm has to be the views of cardigan island and of course the viewing of the seals. These were...More

Thank Candy A
Reviewed 12 October 2017

We visited here on a sunny September day and had a great time. There is plenty of parking and we we had a warm welcome when we arrived. The park itself is well kept and clean, we had a great time walking around and feeding...More

Thank 1066girl
Reviewed 8 October 2017

Beautiful views. Animals you can feed and stroke, although be careful which ones! Seals you can see swimming in and around the caves around the coastal path. A lovely place with a fantastic shop cafe which also has amazing views for those who do/can not...More

Thank Helen C
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Lovely place for a walk among the animals kept by the farm followed by a walk along the cliff top where you are surrounded by wildlife. If you're lucky a seal will wave to you and dolphin will put on a show. A definite must...More

Thank WelshHappyTraveler
Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

Called in here for a quick visit before attending a wedding It was very blustery and quite wet but still had walk around to see the animals It was too windy to walk to the headland so didn't get to the seal viewing area but...More

Thank misswmartin
Reviewed 24 September 2017

My husband and I walked up from Gwbert just to get a coffee and the scenic walk down the drive to the park is stunning. We were welcomed in even though only buying a drink. To access the whole park you would have to pay...More

1  Thank patricialynncook
Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed a great 24 hours stop here. The staff were very helpful and obliging. Despite the fact that we were the only motorhome on the site we enjoyed a great time here. It had been raining but the staff allowed us to park on...More

1  Thank Caerphillyshepherd
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

My gf and I had a lovely time here. Staff asked about our welfare without being asked- better than some of the healthcare professionals we work with! Saw seals and some lovely farm animals- we love to feed them! Great value for money!

1  Thank John T
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greeny20111648480
6 August 2017|
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Response from Brian P | Reviewed this property |
Yes. On a leash
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Linda B
9 May 2017|
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Response from manndjm | Reviewed this property |
There is disabled access and will depend on disability. There is quite a distance to walk and some surfaces may be hard for wheelchairs to manoeuvre over.
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Nicola B
21 January 2017|
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Response from melc36 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Nicola Unfortunately not, its closed until the 1st April. Well worth a visit when it re-opens though.
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