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Review of Hell-Fire Caves

Hell-Fire Caves
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Brought my boys here today, had a great time on the caves, really great place to take 3 boys, the staff are fealty friendly and helpful, the food is also really nice and well worth the money. The car park at the caves has very limited spaces and should really be kept for disabled badge holders because it's a very steep hill to climb to get to the place if you park in the other car park.
Really great afternoon out.

Thank Michelle D
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Wasn’t as good as I expected
Felt it was a little expensive for what it was
Might go again if there is a special function on.

Thank Tracy D
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

We visited over Easter with our two young granddaughters as it was something local to do on a wet day and we'd never been there before. The only saving grace was the fact that they had a bit of an Easter egg hunt which kept them amused. I had a couple of questions asked about 'why the bride had red hands', luckily they didn't twig the real reason.
I also felt it was quite a sinister place, it has a lot of history, not all of it good.
It's a very dark walk in tunnels and not suitable for young children.

Thank EnglishLady
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Reviewed 29 April 2018

Met some friends here and pleased we did, had a great afternoon walking and exploring the church and mausoleum, then walked down to the caves. Worth a trip into the caves and the kids will live it, lots of great information to read and see, takes about 30 mins, then after make sure you pop in to the cafe and have that well earned cuppa. Staff really friendly and helpful. Parking is free

Thank Moira J
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Reviewed 19 April 2018

Very interesting, but no guided tour. It was very dark in places and a little slippery underfoot. Maybe they could consider handing out torches? Very reasonably priced and you can get a discount if you are also a member of the National Trust. Whilst we were waiting for the caves to be opened we were able to watch the red Kites swooping around the area.

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