Cold Knap — District of Barry — Coordinates: Country United Kingdom Region Wales County Vale of Glamorgan Town Barry Time zone GMT (UTC+0)
Cold Knap is a pebble beach on the coast that attracts visitors during the summer months. It is located a few miles west of the sandy beach of Barry Island. It was founded by the Romans who used it as a port. Attractions include a lake shaped like a Welsh Harp and skate park.
The outdoor swimming pool has been closed and filled in, and the area turned into a tourist trail.
It was also the scene of an English contract law case called Chapelton v. Barry UDC  1 KB 532, where a man's deckchair collapsed.
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