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Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, Cardigan

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
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  • This is a lovely little place. First of you can walk round and feed a load of farm animals (goats, sheep, ponies, cows, alpacas) 'Stormin Norman' one of the goats jumps out of his pen and walks round ...  read more »
  • Great little petting farm with all sorts of friendly and hungry animals. By far the best bit though was seeing seals in their natural habitat in Cardigan Bay. We saw abou 10 along the walk. We visited...  read more »
  • This is an ok place but not somewhere you would spend a day. Not good for young children as there is too much walking. Animals are in big fields and you walk around the parameter. Coastal walk quite l...  read more »
  • Took our 4 kids here camping. Kids loved it, so did we. Seen a couple of seals, plenty for the kids to do and facilities are very clean and hi spec. Will definitely be back again soon. Jamie, Lucy & kids - Rhondda Valley.
  • A terrific place to take children, and the food is first-class - home-made and local produce. There are very, very few attractions in this part of Wales except the beaches, so on a dull day it is ideal. The tractor trip to see seals and dolphins is a good laugh, and we were lucky both times we went. A warning about the local Mwnt beach - it is small, and subject to the deaded sea fret on some hot days, when a cold mist descends on the bay whereas Cardigan Island Farm Park can be bathed in sunshine. I seem to remember that the prices were around £3.90 for adults and £2.90 for children - which is excellent value in this day and age. The owner, Lyn Jenkins, has lived there all his life and is really knowledgeable on local history, flora and fauna - pick his brains while you are there. Highly recommended!
  • absolutely amazing place to visit, the website does not give it justice at all, loads of fun activities for the kids, soft play area, outdoor park, loads of animals, amazing views, fab cafe and lovely clean loos... first class and the admission charge is so reasonable!
  • This beautiful coastal walk was well worth the money. We had three young children who loved the animals. We couldn't do the whole walk with pushchairs but we saw seals and dolphins anyway!! An awesome end to our holiday. The staff were friendly enough but could have more child friendly services inside.
  • My son had an accident on their playpark (whilst being supervised by my family); he needed first aid treatment, and when I asked for help and where a hospital was, all they were interested in was their own liability. An absolute disgrace...not one of them was willing to help. It culminated with me explaining that I wasn't interested in sueing them, and at that point one they told me that they were first aid trained but could not provide any first aid due to liability. They did however provide an antiseptic wipe... AN ABSOLUTE JOKE OF A PLACE - DON'T BOTHER...
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