LLANDEGFEDD LAKE VISITOR CENTRE IS NOW CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE IN LINE WITH UK WIDE EFFORTS TO DELAY THE SPREAD OF CORONAVIRUS. SEE BELOW FOR DETAILS

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VISITOR & WATERSPORTS CENTRE CLOSURE

In line with UK wide efforts to delay the spread of Coronavirus, we have taken the decision to close our Visitor Centre and Watersports Centre Llandegfedd.

As a company committed to protecting the public health of our customers and colleagues, we believe this is the right thing to do and demonstrates our commitment to help with efforts to curtail the spread of the virus across Wales and the UK.

We will of course keep the situation under close review and will re-open the centres as soon as there is clear advice from government and public health bodies that it is appropriate to do so.

We realise that closing the centres may cause disappointment however we hope people will understand the reasons for us taking this sensible decision.

We would advise people to visit our website or follow our social media channels for the latest updates on the centres.

 

 Llandegfedd Watersports & Visitor Centre

Grab & Go Coffee, Waterside Restaurant & Watersports Centre

Llandegfedd Lake is a water supply reservoir set in the beautiful rolling landscapes of South Wales, near Pontypool. This beautiful place to visit includes a state-of-the-art Watersports and Visitor Centre.

A watersports tuition and equipment hire service runs from the new Watersports Centre. Courses and activities in sailing, windsurfing, power boating, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing and kayaking will all be available during term time and during the school holidays for children.

Stocked with bank and boat fishing available for rainbow and brown trout, Llandegfedd Lake is a popular venue for fishing and angling competitions.

As well as sailing and fishing, visitors will be able to select one of four walking trails and picnic. Families with children will be able to play, climb, explore the woodland and enjoy the array of wildfowl that visit and reside around the reservoir which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in recognition of its value to wintering wildfowl.

When you need to recharge your batteries, enjoy a bite to eat and drink while enjoying the spectacular view from our waterside restaurant. Owned by Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, the aim is that their recreation sites act as hubs for health and enjoyment: a shop window for people to enjoy their environment and learn how they can help Welsh Water improve their part of the world. If you are planning to tour around, you’ll find recreation sites throughout Wales.

Educational visits for schools are catered for by arrangement.

You can download our visitor guide here.

Full directions are available here