spectacular views across Cardigan Bay and the River Dovey to Cader Idris and
the Cambrian Mountains, Brynowen is the ideal base from which to explore
this beautiful area of Wales. Brynowen, which has a three star Welsh Tourist
Board Holiday Park rating, offers a range of accommodation from caravans,
apartments through to tents that cater for varying party sizes.
facilities offered can include colour TV, fridge, gas fire, bed linen, and
free electricity depending on the type of accommodation selected. You may
also be able to bring your pets on your holiday as they are allowed to stay
in certain caravans. On the Park we keep the whole family entertained. Enjoy
the indoor pool, a game of mini ten-pin bowling or crazy golf.
When the sun sinks over Cardigan Bay, Brynowen lights up with entertainment.
Relax with drink at the Patio Bar or enjoy music, dancing, competitions and
visiting cabaret in the Cambrian Showbar. For fun and action or peace and
quiet, Brynowen is the perfect family choice.
to our Holiday Park are often surprised at the variety of attractions in the
local area. Conservation provides a major interest at the Centre for
Alternative Technology, which includes a water powered cliff railway, solar
displays, organic gardens and Feet Street, an innovative transport display.
Go back in time with a ride on the Vale of Rheidol miniature railway to the
spectacular Mynach Falls at Devil’s Bridge or travel on the Talyllyn Narrow
Gauge Railway with steam trains among majestic mountain scenery.
With so much to occupy the whole family, we are sure that you will enjoy
your stay in West Wales from the very first day you arrive. We also accept
Tourers, prices start from £5.00 for tourers per night including
entertainment passes, electric and shower facilities. For bookings and
further information please contact us direct or through our website.
Celtica celebrates the
Celtic spirit of the past, the present and the future. Located in the
interesting market town of Machynlleth.
Talyllyn Narrow Gauge
Railway with steam trains among majestic mountain scenery.
Labyrinth includes a boat ride along a beautiful subterranean river to
the great waterfall as you hear enduring tales of King Arthur and other
Fantasy Farm Park –
not just animals but also bumper and pedal boats, go-karts and an indoor
soft play area.
The Centre for
Alternative Technology includes a water powered cliff railway, solar
power interactive displays, organic gardens and Feet Street, an
innovative transport display.
Meirion Mill Shop –
the mill shop in the mountains with a wide range of beautiful woven,
woollen and sheepskin products.
Dovey Valley Activity
Centre for clay pigeon shooting, archery and quad trekking.
Llwernog Lead and
Silver Mine. A fascinating 7 acre Discovery Park based on an authentic
18th century mine in the beautiful Cambrian Mountains.
Ride on the Vale of
Rheidol miniature railway to the spectacular Mynach Falls at Devil’s
exciting collection of exotic, unusual and interesting animals situated