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Fairy Falls Waterfall

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Fairy Falls Waterfall

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Cheriefromnotts wrote a review Sep 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom185 contributions25 helpful votes
If you are in the Trefiw area please take a look at these beautiful falls. Incredibly peaceful and tranquil. There isnt a great deal to do other than look.at the falls (isnt part of a larger walk but there are plenty of walks nearby) We were staying at crafnant house which is a 2 minute walk. Couldn't have been more beautiful. Located by walking up the path opposite the fairy falls inn
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Date of experience: September 2020
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teacher_jones wrote a review Aug 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom227 contributions61 helpful votes
We wanted a short walk to show our children some waterfalls and this was perfect. If you put the fairy falls hotel into your Sat Nav there is parking nearby it. The walk starts up the steep road opposite the hotel - don't try and drive up here to park though as it's narrow and no space. Once you walk up the hill you can turn off to the left and there's 5 or 6 walks you can take of varying distances. We only walked a 1km loop which was perfect for little legs. The waterfalls were lovely to see although the trees around it need a good cut back to give a better view. Trefriw has a lovely park and area to picnic just near where you park the car so it's a nice couple of hours out. Public toilets are available nearby too.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Nina S wrote a review Jul 2020
Whitefield, United Kingdom55 contributions15 helpful votes
Don't go if you want to make a day of it! its a very short walk, most of the area is fenced off as its quite fast flowing in winter i can imagine it would be very impressive. after visiting Aber falls we was very disappointed as we thought we would be there for a few hours ha!! I should of read reviews. However a lovely village and fairy falls hotel do great food and a lovely walk and park near by at neighbouring village
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Date of experience: July 2020
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walleytom wrote a review Mar 2020
United Kingdom32 contributions30 helpful votes
went today , after the floods few weeks back, it was quite awesome, felt bit scared that with the full flow the little bridge would collapse, agree in summer it wouldnt be a spectacle.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Goniacz wrote a review Oct 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom99 contributions17 helpful votes
Its a very short walk, not really 30 minutes as stated on the map, it took me the most 15 minutes. Waterfalls are beautiful and its worth to visit. I combine fairy falls with other walk in area for a better experience.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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