Aberdulais Falls (Neath) Reviews
Description:Address: Aberdulais / nr Neath / Neath & Port Talbot / SA10 8EU / Wales
Newest Review: ... for some excellent photography. The topology of the site means that there's not a great climb to reach the falls and as such access is excellent. You could make it with a buggy and, rather unusually, the site is wheelchair accessible - a rare, but welcome thing. The real purpose to the site, however, is the display of past industry. The site used to be a water powered tin-works and it is ... more
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by - written on 14/07/09 (Very useful, 148 readings)
As a child I spent a lot of time travelling in Wales. One of the highlights of each visit was the "waterfall search" that was obligatory on any trip! That childhood love of tumbling water has remained and I will actively seek out falls whenever possible. On a more recent trip to Wales we found ourselves near Neath and the reasonably small National Trust site at Aberdulais. Aberdulais Falls are, perhaps rather less about the waterfalls and more about early industry but, without the river and its falls the site would not exist. The falls themselves are attractive enough with plenty of water passing come rain or shine. They wind through ... Read the complete review
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