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LOCAL TIME: 13:50:23pm
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Cardiff Paintball Centre

The Delta Force Cardiff paintball centre is set in spectacular woodland, providing players with a stunning panoramic backdrop to their game play. Paintballing in Cardiff has always been a popular pastime with locals and visitors to the Welsh capital, and with this venue there is really something for keen paintballers to get excited about! With 6 stunning game zones, including 'A Bridge Too Far' (with 3 large bridge structures), the historically influenced 'D-Day Landing' and the tense Vietcong Village scenario – there is a great challenge here for every playing style and ability. Visit this centre to experience paintball in South Wales at its very best!

Game Zones:

Location

Tyla-Morris Farm, Pentyrch, Cardiff, CF15 9QN
United Kingdom
GPS Coordinates: N51.517367, W3.280665
Directions:

CAUTION
Sat Nav users:

  • All paintball centres are located in woodlands. Woodlands do not always have specific postcodes.
  • Please don't rely 100% on the postcode alone.
  • Use Google maps BUT please also follow the written directions below.

How to get there:

  • Please follow the written directions and map below.
  • Please car pool where possible as parking on-site is limited.
  • If you need help, please call us on 0844 477 5115.

By car from the M4:

  • Exit the M4 at Junction 34 (A4119) and follow signs for Llantrisant.
  • Continue for approximately 1 mile to the set of traffic lights and turn right (signposted Groes Faen).
  • Continue on the A4119 past the Pentyrch / Creigau turn off (Canada Lake Fisheries).
  • After 4 miles and once you have crossed over the M4 bridge, follow the road downhill and at the bottom turn left onto Rhydlafar Drive (at the Cardiff Medical & Mobility Centre signposted Pentyrch).
  • Travel for roughly 150 yards and at the roundabout take the second exit onto Church Road.
  • Drive for approximately ¾ of a mile, following the road under the M4 motorway.
  • After passing under the M4, take the second right (after the De Courcey's Manor entrance) onto a narrow path – there are signs for Tyla Morris Farm and the paintball centre.
  • Continue on this road for approximately 300 yards until you reach the car park on the right hand side.

By train:

  • Take the train to Radyr Station, the Paintball centre is a 30-40 minute walk from the station so it's best to take an inexpensive taxi.

By bus:

  • Take bus 122 from Cardiff central bus station (ask for Rhydlafar - limited Sunday service). Drop off is a 10 minute walk from the paintball centre.
Minimum age:
8 years
Map:
Telephone:
For directions call 0844 477 5050.
 

Comments

Hi just wanted to drop in and

Hi just wanted to drop in and give some feedback with regards to my sons birthday party which was held with you guys on saturday!!
It was a great day!! everyone had such a good time. The day just went so well with no problems at all. The staff was all so nice and helpful. Myself and and my little girl didn't take part but still enjoyed ourselves. Everyone was very friendly.
Just wanted to also mention a big thank you to Tony! the assistant manager for being so nice to us and helping us to have photo's taken with the terminator for the group and a special photo for Lucy my girl which made her day. Amazing.
Will definately be returning and recommending you guys mainly for the great hospitality we recieved!
I will be having a go next time for definate! see you soon
Thanks Sam

Thank you so much for a

Thank you so much for a wonderful 12th birthday party which we held at your Canewood (Cardiff) centre back in February for my son, Ben.
We had a great day and it was all made so very special by the way you accommodated my son's best friend, Daniel, who had been diagnosed with a brain tumour just 3 weeks earlier. It would have been easy just to say that the risks were too great and he wsn't allowed to play but nothing was too much trouble and Dan was given a marshall's top and posed for a photo with all the staff. He played as much paintball as he was able and you made the day special for him as well as for my son.
Sadly, Daniel passed away on 2nd August, which I am sure will sadden the staff who met him at Canewood, but he had a lovely day there and I just wanted to send you all a huge THANK YOU.

hi paint ballerers i will be

hi paint ballerers i will be doing paint balling at the Cardiff site on the on the 22/10/10
paint balling rules
finlay out