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Loggerheads Country Park

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Josephine Oreilly wrote a review Dec 2020
Wrexham, United Kingdom103 contributions39 helpful votes
Had a lovely walk with freinds ,Great place to walk dogs .car park £1for couple of hours .Got a lovely take away coffee and also bought 4ft xmas tree .
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Louise W wrote a review Sep 2020
Pontefract, United Kingdom29 contributions6 helpful votes
We took our 2 dogs for a walk around the country park. The car park is chargeable but only a couple of pound for a few hours. There is a map in the tea garden area which shows 2 walk options, a 1/2 mile with guidance to allow half an hour and a mile and a 1/2, guidance to allow an hour. We did the longer walk and took about 45 mins but did walk at a reasonable pace with the dogs. We have 2 labradors who love water, so a couple of opportunities for them to get into the water, have a splash around and clean off kept them happy. The walking trail is clear and signage to other routes if you wanted to head off further, about 2.5miles to Cilcain. It was raining when we visited but most of the walk is slightly covered by the trees so didn't bother us too much. There are some viewing points and benches around the trail where you could stop for a picnic on a nice day. Either direction you take around the longer trail, you will have to go up and down some steep wooden steps, these were just slightly slippery with the rain, so take caution. There is a large grassed area in the tea garden with well spaced picnic benches for you to enjoy some alfresco eating after a walk, aswell as the onsite dog friendly cafe with tables inside and out (closed Mondays) We Three Loggerheads pub is just across the road, serving food and drinks, with beer garden, dog friendly inside bar area and restaurant.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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dannycain wrote a review Sep 2020
Morpeth, United Kingdom182 contributions103 helpful votes
Enjoyable visit and recommended outdoor place for a country walk. No complaints from us. Very scenic and nice to have peace and quiet.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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PaddyJPG wrote a review Sep 2020
Alicante, Spain252 contributions132 helpful votes
A great place to walk, cycle, horse-ride and run. Well marked paths following the River Alyn. Amazing old trees and a beautiful view from the top of the cliffs. Parking is easy in the designated car park, and Caffi Florence within the park serves good food and coffee. Across the road in the old coaching inn is the pub/restaurant We Three Loggerheads. The food is great here as are the real ales.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Leisure trips wrote a review Aug 2020
Crewe, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
While on a weekend break in mold, we visited with our pup, for a walk through and we were glad we did, well marked trails, good shop even though with the covid restrictions in place we were greeted with a warm welcome and all we wanted was a cold drink, after our drink we went for lunch at the local bar and were grateful for the welcome and a cold beer and a lovely lunch well worth the visit we will be back very soon
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Date of experience: August 2020
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