When we went to visit, it was a lot bigger than what I was expecting. It was like a giant secret garden. The place it’s self has been a tourist attraction for over 100 years. The village is small but interesting. The main attraction are the Three Bridges built one on top of the other. There are no other bridges built like this in the world and worth seeing for yourselves.
If you wish to travel from Aberystwyth to Devil’s Bridge on the Vale of Rheidol Steam Railway, then the station is a 4 minute walk from the Waterfalls – turn left when you leave the station car park, and head directly to the entrance kiosk just past the Hafod Hotel. Please note, the train departs 1 hour after arrival, which will give you time to walk the Nature Trail, or take the short walk and have a cup of tea afterwards! Please note, the railway is a separate attraction and is not affiliated with Devil’s Bridge Falls.
If you are looking for somewhere to stay, there is plenty of accommodation at Devil’s Bridge. With Aberystwyth only 12 miles away, Devil’s Bridge is an ideal location for a short break. If you enjoy camping or would like to give it a try, then you can stay at the Woodlands Caravan Park, close to the Waterfalls. With friendly staff and beautiful scenery, it is an ideal place to stay for either relaxing or exploring the area.
Snacks and beverages are available at the entrance to the walks at the Icecream kiosk. Hot and cold food is also available at the Woodlands Tea Rooms at The Woodlands Caravan Park just up the hill from The Waterfalls attraction. There is also food and beverages available at the train station Two hoots café and The Hafod Brasserie – Hafod Hotel