Caerphilly

3.9
  • Address: Cardiff, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Town

Located on the southern fringe of the Rhymney Valley, the town of Caerphilly is famous for its historic castle and the famous Caerphilly cheese. It acts as the commuter link between Newport and Cardiff within the borders of Monmouthshire and Glamorgan. Being the largest town in the Caerphilly County Borough, this town is surrounded by the Caerphilly Mountains. Apart from the mountains, the medieval Caerphilly Castle with its magnanimous towers, the 19th century Castell Coch, the Tudor House of Llancaiach Fawr and the 17th century Ruperra Castle bear the history of the region. To enjoy the natural beauty, you can visit the Forest Fawr Car Park, Morhan Jones Park, Parc Penallta, Cefn Onn Park and the Twmbarlwm.

How to Reach Caerphilly

  • Rented Car/ Taxi

  • Caerphilly Address: Cardiff, UK, United Kingdom
  • Caerphilly Price: Free
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  • 12.31% of people who visit Cardiff include Caerphilly in their plan

  • 39.29% of people start their Caerphilly visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Caerphilly

Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Caerphilly

People normally club together Wesley Methodist Church and Battlefield Live while planning their visit to Caerphilly.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Caerphilly Reviews & Ratings

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  • Lovely old castle with most

  • Right by the town. Not far from the castle. Bus station right outside. Departure boards. Under cover seating. Ticket office and machine. Little shop that does coffee, mags etc. Car park.

  • Nice Staff Could use some TLC but all in all operates as it should platform gets crowded in the morning as expected, station its self is easy to navigate and get around has a small shop inside a swell to get a few supplies when traveling trains are often very packed and can barely move but thats the rail for you

  • Clean and tidy station. Always friendly staff. I catch the train from Exmouth via Cardiff and on to Caerphilly regularly at different times and never experience any problems with late trains or rude staff. Can be a bit busy at 8 in the morning but I still always manage to get a seat.

  • Seemingly no extra trains on bonfire night. About 200 people waiting for a train to arrive, next one in 52 mins :(

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