Adjacent to Shortlands Wood, The Woodlands is perfect for those wanting to explore the surrounding countryside with an abundance of woodland walks, trails and cycle routes for all ages and abilities, on your doorstep.

Local walks from the site lead across the moors towards Sully and the coast. To the north of Dinas Powys, the renowned Salmon Leaps walk is a five mile round trip from the centre of the village taking in a glacial valley, wooded ravine, cascades and, if you’re lucky, the occasional leaping salmon.

The woodlands and meadows of Cwm George and Casehill, managed by the Woodland Trust, offer an extensive network of paths and bridleways and the ancient monument of Dinas Powys hill fort, dating back to 450 BC.

Dinas Powys, Village Life

Dinas Powys is distinctive – within easy reach of Cardiff, it also retains its’ sense of traditional village life.

Within a short walk of excellent local primary and infants’ schools, the village boasts a range of independent shops,  a supermarket, restaurants, pubs and a deli. The railway station is even closer than the village centre, with a frequent service  to Cardiff Central station or westwards towards Barry.

Relax on the village green or on The Common where you can play or watch cricket and rugby, depending on the season.  For the more active, further leisure facilities include tennis, golf and bowling clubs.


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