Pond dipping at the National Trust

Dinefwr park


On our recent little Welsh Getaway to West Wales we decided to keep things nice and simple, spending as much time outdoors, enjoying the fresh air without going to over-priced and over the top amusements so we stuck to visiting the local National Trust DineFwr Castle and Deer Park. I really need to get around to buying a National Trust Pass as we are never disappointed when we visit on of there amazing venues. Our main mission for the day was to go pond dipping, find a few critters and hopefully spot some deers.


Outdoor fun

free range child

Mr A really enjoying finding what I can only microbe as little shrimp things, as well as water snails and other mini creatures. We spent the rest of the time walking through the very large Deer Park. We did in the end come across some Deer, unfortunately I didn't get a photo as I was holding Mr A up so he could see. One our way back to the car we spotted some of Dinefwr rare white cattle which Me A loved and then we stopped at the little nature inspired play park as well as having a spot of ice-cream. It was a lovely day which we finished with a meal outside in the beautiful garden of the cottage we rented.


Dinefwr Castle and house

outdoor fun

exploring Wales

balancing log

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12 comments:

  1. Pond dipping is great fun and perfect for little ones to learn about pond life and nature. Lovely photos of Mr A exploring and having fun outdoors in a fab looking t-shirt! Thanks for linking up and sharing with Country Kids.

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  2. aaaw looks like the little one had a lovely day out :)

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  3. ah! we love going pond dipping too!

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  4. I really want to get a national trust membership, it saves so much money. It's just one those things I never have the cash to pay out for at the time! x

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  5. That looks like a beautiful place. I love visiting National Trust properties, we had a pass last year and used it loads before my weekends became working days (boo), but we haven't made it to one for months. Will have to push ourselves to go again soon, especially in this weather! x

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  6. Gorgeous! I love West Wales. I want to get a National Trust pass too.

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  7. Aww, looks like a lovely day! I love a good day out at a National Trust place :)

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  8. Looks like a great day out. We used to love pond dipping, you never know what you might find

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  9. Husband promised me a NT pass! I cant wait to visit NT sites and cant wait to share our fun trip like this one =) #countrykids

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  10. sounds ace, and the perfect thing for a little one to do!

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  11. I love that you get out and about so much and lovely that your mum can join in too! It's the only thing that makes me wish I could drive to go out to places like this x

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  12. Thank you so much for linking such a wonderful post to Keri-Anne and I's Lets Have An Adventure link up. It is simply perfect. What wonderful memories. x

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