Craig y Nos

Craig y Nos Country Park

Overview

Craig y Nos is over 40 acres of parkland with riverside walks through woodland and meadows. The park is also used as a base to study the flora and fauna of the area.

What makes it special

  • 40 acres of parkland

Hostels nearby

Craig y Nos Country Park

Swansea, Powys, SA9 1FD

Map references

OS Grid Ref: SN 84002 15508

Lat/Lng: 51.824724, -3.6838747

Contact information

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