Brynowen Caravan Holiday Park, Mid Wales

Brynowen Holiday Park

Caravan Holiday Park

Brynowen Lane
Nr Aberystwyth
SY24 5LS

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Accommodation at Brynowen Caravan Park

Hoseasons and Park Resorts both have caravans at Brynowen. Caravans are rated based on their size and the extras that are available as part of your package, such as towels and bed linen, so you should be able to find something that suits your needs and your budget

Activities at Brynowen Caravan Park

    only 5 minutes to the beach • Beach is 5 minutes away

    • Indoor pool with flume and paddling pool

    • Water resorts programme including pool kayaks, hydrodomes, snorkelling and aqua totz for 2+Crazy Golf

    • Sports resort programme including track and field, football, archery, darts, pool tables, mini 10 pin bowling, pop dance and bodyballs

    • Adventure play ground

    • Kids clubs split in to under 5’s, 5 to 11’s and 12 to 16+ (12 to 16+ available May 28 to Sep 1 only)

    Crazy Golf• Bar, diner and takeaway

    • Convenience store

    • Laundrette

    • Variety of entertainment shows plus karaoke, bingo, games and competitions

Family Activities Near By

Dyfi Discoveries, Aberdyfi

Aberdyfi BeachLocated in Snowdonia National Park this small family business operates heritage and wildlife boat trips. The fishing town of Aberdyfi has some of Wales' best loved myths and legends. You will be told all about these while you're on the sea watching for the exciting bottle-nose dolphins and leatherback turtles. Trips are suitable for all ages and this is a truly stunning location.

King Arthur's Labyrinth, Machynlleth

King Arthurs LabyrinthSail along an underground river, through a waterfall and find yourself inside an amazing Labyrinth ... this is King Arthur's Labyrinth. Deep underneath the the spectacular mountains of Snowdonia you will find the stuff that myths and legends are made of. Travel back to the dark ages and hear the stories told by the hooded boatman ... if you dare!


Mid Wales Tourist Information

Snowdonia National Park, which is 1.5 hours drive away, is home to one of the highest peaks in Great Britain and is a protected area of 'Outstanding National Beauty', so be sure to spend at least one day discovering the wonderful scenery and rugged landscape, before heading home.


f you plan spending some time exploring this wonderful area of North Wales then you may be interested in downloading the
'Enjoy Snowdonai'
iphone app




Snowdonia National Park - Mountains and Coast - click here