We visited here last week, and it is a gorgeous little place, which I would recommend to anyone. Some of the comments I have read are frankly baffling. How anyone can have anything detrimental to say about the nature trail, which is free, FREE, is beyond me. What do you get for free these days? Selling pancakes and aquatic equipment they may be, but no-one is there forcing you.
As for the Pancake House, well we loved it, what a lovely little place, in quite stunning surroundings. Granted, not "cheap" compared to a pre packed sandwich in the car, but as someone else said £60 for lunch for three, I can only assume you have very hearty appetites. I can snuffle away a decent meal and not shy of a good feed, and am certainly no waif, but I managed my Indonesian pancake and really didn't have much room for much else. £6 I think it was, plus £2 odd for a coffee; I'd say very reasonable. The meal itself was freshly made, and very tasty. The satay sauce was particularly nice, a real little kick to it.
As for the nature trail, a nice hour's walk with our 3 year old and baby. No, it wasn't brimming with wildlife as others have pointed out, but you're not in the Serengeti, you're in inland Wales. Our three year old thought it was brilliant. Did I mention it was free?
The only downside I could point out was the service was a little slow, but they had a sign up advertising for staff, so I expect this is a temporary issue, and certainly wouldn't put me off going again.
Certainly a place I will be visiting again, it is fantastic.
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