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Child-Friendly Places Around Torfaen

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Child-Friendly towns nearby...

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Cardiff, Cardiff


(13.23 miles away)
Cardiff is the capital and largest city in Wales.

Cardiff is well known for it's sporting venues such as the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff City Stadium and the Cardiff International Sports Stadium.

Cardiff Bay's new waterfront area is home to the Welsh Assembly building, the Senedd and the Wales Millennium Centre which hosts a variety of arts and d...

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Bath, Bath and North East Somerset


(34.54 miles away)
Bath is the jewel in Somerset's crown.

This beautiful City is well known around the world for it's stunning Abbey, hot spa water baths built by the Romans & beautiful Georgian architecture. Bath stone is the local stone of choice & makes this city outstanding in regards to architecture. Steeped in culture, the arts, history & beauty Bath has t...

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Some of our childrenarewelcome articles

Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy

children at Peppa Pig Pancakes - essential for this Tuesday! - by Andy
No Shrove Tuesday would be complete without being able to make your kids face light up with one of these bad boys...

Written by Andy

Holgate Windmill - by Mother of Dragons

children at Holgate Windmill - by Mother of Dragons
Holgate Windmill is a beautiful and fascinating building preserved through the hard work of a group of volunteers, and for any curious toddler the idea of being allowed to climb about inside what is essentially an enormo...

Written by Mother of Dragons

A plea from a generation of small boys - DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY! - by Andy

children at A plea from a generation of small boys - DON'T TAKE AWAY DIPPY! - by Andy
Statistically speaking around 50% of us were small boys once. Many of us still act like one. And you know what all small boys love? Dinosaurs dinosaurs dinosaurs....

Written by Andy

How to be the best dad ever - by Andy

family How to be the best dad ever - by Andy
I doubt that many of us could beat this idea of how to keep the kids amused whilst the wife is at work....

Written by Andy

The Sidings - by Mother of Dragons

family The Sidings - by Mother of Dragons
A restaurant in a location which overlooks railway lines, featuring several tables set within disused railway carriages is surely a paradise for any train lover. Welcome to The Sidings Mediterranean Bar and Restaurant in Shipton, just outside York....

Written by Mother of Dragons

Some child-friendly places to eat around Torfaen

Bill's, Cardiff

(13.41 miles)
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Originally built in the late 1800s, Wyndham Arcade, a Grade II listed building, is home to Bill's Cardiff restaurant. Both impressive and intimate, with little booths, nooks and crannies, there's plenty of seating, inclu...

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Some child-friendly places to stay around Torfaen

Travelodge - Cardiff Central Queen Street

(13.16 miles)
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Located just 0.6 miles from Cardiff train station and 5 miles from the thriving shopping centre St David's, Cardiff Central Queen Street Hotel is the perfect choice for a stay in Wales' capital city....

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Travelodge - Cardiff Central

(13.48 miles)
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Located just 0.2 miles from Cardiff Bus Station and the thriving shopping centre St David's 2, Cardiff Central Hotel offers easy access to range of attractions in this lively city....

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Premier Inn - Cardiff North

(9.46 miles)
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Within easy reach of the M4, just 4 miles from Cardiff city centre. Nearby attractions include the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff International Arena and Cardiff Bay. Conveniently located on a main bus route into Cardiff. L...

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Some child-friendly days out around Torfaen

St Briavels Castle

(17.86 miles)
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The fine twin-towered gatehouse of this castle, built by Edward I in 1292, once defended a crossbow bolt factory which used local Forest of Dean iron. Once a prison, it is now a youth hostel in wonderful walking country....

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Tyntesfield

(19.97 miles)
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Spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house with gardens and parkland...

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Skenfrith Castle

(18.87 miles)
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Remains of an early 13th-century fortress...

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