Cosmeston Lakes (Wales) Reviews
Description:City: Barry / Country: Wales
Newest Review: ... One area of the park is designated for barbecuing where you will find numerous barbecues to enable you to prepare a delicious feast. There are hundreds of beautiful swans and ducks gracing the lakes and they will frequently join you when you attempt to commence your picnic. However, during our first visit, one swan decided he wanted my Muller yoghurt and bit my arm causing a huge bruise, in ... more
Customer Cosmeston Lakes (Wales) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/06/10, updated on 18/11/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I made a product suggestion to dooyoo to enable me to let you know about an absolutely fantastic place to visit in South Wales - a country park named Cosmeston Lakes. The Lakes are situated some five miles west of Cardiff and are located on the B4267 Lavernock Road to Sully. They are easily accessible from the M4, which is only a five-minute drive. Cosmeston Lakes Country Park covers over 100 hectares of land and water, where you will see a huge variety of wonderful habitats. I discovered from carrying out some research that almost half of the park has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, which protects the rate plants and animal ... Read the complete review
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