Brynawelon Touring and Camping Park is a stunning, four-star rated holiday park found close to the west coast of Wales. The park is open each year from early March to late October, and has a range of pitches available. Hard standing super pitches are available for motorhomes and touring caravans, while all-weather pitches and grass pitches accommodate these as well as tents. All of the all-weather pitches at Brynawelon have electric hook-ups available; while a handful of the grass pitches do so. The super pitches offer electric as well as water and drainage hook ups. Seasonal pitches are also available during the park’s opening period.
There is a wide range of additional facilities available on the site for guests to use during their stay. These include a heated amenity building with free hot showers, family and parent/child cubicles, well-equipped campers' kitchen for easy cooking and food storage, laundrette, washing up facilities, and chemical waste disposal points. The park is also an LPG stockist, and high speed wireless internet is available for all guests to use for the duration of their stay.
A children’s play area located on the site, coupled with plenty of space for little ones to explore and enjoy ball games and other activities, mean they’ll find it tough to get bored. The park is also pet friendly with space for dogs to run around and get their exercise. Adults can relax in the on-site sauna at their leisure. There is also a games room with football table and TV room that the whole family can enjoy during the day or in the early evenings. A book swap is also available for keen readers looking to relax or for something to do when the weather doesn’t suit heading outside.
The nearest village to Brynawelon Touring and Camping Park is Sarnau, where guests will find a farm shop stocking local, fresh, and great tasting produce. Close by there is also a pub and a petrol station complete with a mini supermarket. The two nearest market towns are Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn, both of which have plenty of amenities for guests to enjoy and are great for spending a day out.
The park offers easy access to beautiful, award winning beaches, with Penbryn beach the nearest offering golden sands and calm seas, as well as access to miles of coastal walks. A short distance to the south of the park is Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. On the other side of the stunning area guests can travel to Fishguard, where they can take the ferry across to Ireland, or down to St. David’s, which offers some of the most amazing views out across the Atlantic.
Activities that guests can enjoy close to the site include indoor swimming, fishing, horse riding and sailing, while there is also a site for clay pigeon shooting and paintballing enthusiasts near to the site. The most popular attractions found close by are the West Wales All Terrain Centre, the Welsh Bird of Prey Centre, Cardigan Island Coastal Farm Park, and Oakwood Theme Park.
Brynawelon Touring and Camping Park is a great place for the whole family, so why not book a pitch so that you can relax and enjoy camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in West Wales.