Craig y Nos Country Park
Situated in a dramatic and romantic location in the secluded upper Swansea Valley, Craig-y-nos Country Park is a 40-acre Victorian garden with shady woodlands, meadows, ponds, lazy lawns and rushing rivers.
The historic grounds of Craig-y-nos Castle, once home to the internationally famous opera singer Adelina Patti, are spread on the banks of the River Tawe.
Craig-y-Nos Country Park,
Visitor centre, craft shop, meeting room, Changing Seasons Tea Rooms and Restaurant (daily from 10am, Fri & Sat evenings by advance booking, 01639 731498). Permits for fishing in the river can be purchased at the visitor centre.
Ample pay and display parking, tarmac surface. Season tickets for the car park are available from the Craig-y-Nos Country Park Visitor Centre and the National Park Visitor Centre. In 2013 the price is £27 per calendar year, or £36 for both Craig-y-Nos and the National Park Visitor Centre.
At the car park, next to the visitor centre and close to the fishpond, with disabled access and baby changing facilities.
Disabled parking spaces near the visitor centre. A wheelchair is available at the visitor centre for use on site. Most of the paths in the Country Park are on level or gently sloping ground and are wheelchair accessible. Some have hard surfaces.