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Taffs Well Thermal Spring

Village, Taff's Well, Wales
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Hidden gem which needs promoting

Having lived in Cardiff for 4 years and my friend for 30 years plus, we were amazed to discover the... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
dwyrydN
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swansea
only thermal spring in wales

a tip if your trying to find the spring. it's in a old stone building behind the bowling green, in... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2015
mark w
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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30 Aug 2016
“Hidden gem which needs promoting”
1 Jul 2015
“only thermal spring in wales”
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Village, Taff's Well, Wales
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Reviewed 30 August 2016

Having lived in Cardiff for 4 years and my friend for 30 years plus, we were amazed to discover the existence of this little gem of an attraction. A natural thermal spring constantly at 21C which was once a bathing pool and swimming bath. It...More

5  Thank dwyrydN
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Reviewed 1 July 2015

a tip if your trying to find the spring. it's in a old stone building behind the bowling green, in taffs well. if the door is locked ask the park ranger to open the door. it's worth a visit if your travelling through the village...More

5  Thank mark w
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Reviewed 9 September 2014

My son lives in Taffs Well,(miles north of Cardiff). but this was a first visit for us all. We went via the Taffs Well Inn garden,The well is enclosed with a detail board outside.The board depicts the ghostly grey lady as seen in the mist...More

2  Thank paulD02
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CreatureComfortLover
12 April 2016|
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Cardiff Road, near the Taff's Well Inn. But why not turn down the steep drop which is Park Lane and use the small car-park? Rarely full!
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