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Springdale Farm is a working farm and nature reserve whose tenants use traditional wildlife-friendly farming practices. It's a 45 hectare site with a circular walk around the reserve taking in pasture fields, hay meadows and ancient woodlands. There's also spectacular views down over the River Usk to enjoy.
In the spring look out for willow warblers and chiffchaffs, plus bluebells and ramsons. In summer the meadow is alive with colour, including the rare blue-eyed grass, becoming a haven for butterflies and bees.
- Dogs Accepted
Map & Directions
From the A472, turn into the square in Usk town centre. Leave the square on Priory Street, signposted ‘Llantrisant’, following the road round to the right by the church and then round to the left onto Maryport Street. Continue heading south for approximately 3km until the road passes under the A449 dual carriageway. Immediately after the bridge, take the sharp left turning on to Llanllowell Lane and continue for 2km up the hill until you reach the almshouses on the right. The reserve entrance is on the left opposite. Pass through the field gate towards the barn and you’ll see the kissing gate that leads into the reserve on your left.