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We were there yesterday in the glorious sunny weather, First thing you notice is Dunhill castle ruin above the walk looking very majestic. The walk weaves its way around wetlands filled with everything from mallard Geese to the more shy otter, Its well kept and...More
This is a really peaceful walk no one around when we did it, the walk was a bonus as we just wanted to see Dunhill Castle (which is probably not a stand alone attraction, mainly for lovers of castle ruins). this walk is a must...More
This is a beautiful walkway that takes you from Dunhill village to Dunhill castle, you can also continue from there along a quiet road to Annestown beach. A continuation of the walkway is currently under construction which will take you to Annestown .You can walk...More
As a Waterford person who hasn't seen this walk for years, I was very impressed with the work that has gone into it. It will appeal to anyone interested in ecology, town planning, farming, and also anyone looking for an easy, accessible walk in a...More
Quite nice walk to spend some time with family or friends. Views are not spectacular, but it's quite easy and pretty for a walk in the nature.
Some coffee / tea facility accompanied by a toilet would be nice addition though.
Very nice and peaceful setting in a rural location , the wild life and strange insects are amazing really enjoyed this nature walk very quiet only passed 3 people on a Saturday evening, my 2 kids loved it and we're fascinated with the fairy doors....More
I make the mistake of setting out on this walk with my dog off the leash. Very soon I was accosted by two men on a quad who ordered me to put a lead on my dog or 'Get out'. I was very annoyed by...More
This is a great place for a walk at any time of year. Lots of nature and wildlife interesting things for young children. Several seats to soak at the sun and rest. Would continue the walk by road on to Annestown beach