Looking to purchase your eggs and preserves locally . . . Look no further!
Parc Slip Visitor Centre is situsted in Tondu, Bridgend and is nestled in the heart of Parc Slip's 300 acre nature reserve. The Visitor Centre offers a luxurious variety of hot and cold food including a few delicious homemade treats and a relaxing and tranquil environment in which to enjoy them. Cosy up in one of our comfy arm chairs over looking the nature reserve and enjoy a varied menu including sandwiches, wraps, paninis and cakes. There are also toilets and free car parking available on site.
Parc Slip's Visitor Centre is also now selling free range eggs out of the cafe that are produced locally and will be sold at £2.50 per dozen.
The Visitor Centre is also stocking locally made preserves, chutneys, honey, mustard and fruit vinegars and locally produced wool from a rare breed of local sheep. All of which are available from the cafe counter inside the Visitor Centre at Parc Slip.
To find Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre exit the M4 at Junction 36, at the roundabout take the exit onto the A4063 towards Maesteg. Go through two sets of traffic lights, then at the roundabout, take the second exit onto the B4281 (signposted Aberkenfig and Pyle), following the brown duck tourist sign for Parc Slip. After approximately one mile, turn right at the Fountain Restaurant onto Fountain Road, still following the brown duck signs. Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre is on your left after approximately half a mile.
The address is:
Parc Slip Nature Reserve and Visitor Centre