There are two marked trails through the 85 acre woodland here, one with no steps or stiles. If you choose the tower walk, it is apparently possible to see Wales from the top on a good day!
The woodland is great for dogs to sniff all sorts of rural delights, and is popular with local dog-walkers.
RoseTownsendGreen 46 Points
Regular walk - and my favourite
We've been walking her for about 9 years. There are several paths through the woods, a bit rough in places. You can walk along the river and then up towards the reservoir. After that, you can walk along the private road by the reservoir and continue up the hill. A short distance up here you can take a left and get back into the woods. Alternatively, you can walk up towards the tower.
Unfortunately, the cafe in the woods does not allow dogs to be taken in.
chrisatkinsonGreen 37 Points
Had a lovely day there yesterday with our Jack Russell Alfie. Not crowded even on a sunny Sunday afternoon. Would definitely recommend.
contracts34Green 29 Points
A hidden gem! Some lovely woodland walks and a fabulous little cafe (only open on certain days). Will certainly be going back again.
Tony Loughman & Molly the Collie
Edited: 26th January 2023. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate.