Get Close to Nature
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
This brillliant North Wales nature reserve is right by the A55 , junction 18. A short, shallow ranp leads to the visitor centre, where staff can provide lots of information, there is a shop here too.Inside the coffee shop is a great menu of freshly made hot and cold dishes, tea,coffee and cold drinks + crisps, biscuits etc. The view from here is just stunning. As soon as you leave the coffee shop you'll see The Lookout, a straw bale building which opened in 2013. You can easily get to and see from all the screens and hides on the reserve and the paths are easy for me, as an active wheelchair user to go over. There are lots of benches to sit and relax if the weather is good. The reserve provides a fantastic opportunity for everyone to enjoy nature close up. I have volunteered here for 6 years now and it just keeps getting better and better. RSPB Conwy is now surely one of the very best nature reserves in the whole UK
Transport & Parking
There are 8 Blue badge parking spaces next to the visitor centre
The visitor centre shop is quite large, there is a low counter and it's easy to locate information and to look at the things on sale
There is a spacious accessible toilet inside the coffee shop, other ladies and gents are on the outside of the building.
All the staff and volunteers I work with are lovely people who give lots of help and information to visitors and try to make sure they have a really wonderful day out.