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Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park

Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park is a wonderful four-star family holiday park near Cardigan Bay on the picturesque west Wales coast. The campsite is open from early July until early September, and has pitches for guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, campervans, trailer tents, and standard tents.

Hard standing and grass pitches, with electric hook ups, are available for guests. Drainage is excellent around the site ensuring guests enjoy a comfortable stay no matter what type of pitch they use. All pitches are sheltered by the surrounding hedgerows. Facilities found at the site include toilets, showers, a laundrette, an indoor washing up area, chemical waste disposal point, and refuse/recycling point.

There are also beautiful brick-built country holiday cottages to rent, built round a courtyard garden full of flowers. Bramble Cottage and Dairy Cottage have two bedrooms each, while five more of these pretty country cottages have three bedrooms each.

There is a tourist information area within the main reception building at the park, where guests can plan their day out on the Welsh coast.

There is plenty for guests to do at Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park, with numerous play areas, including adventure playgrounds for bigger children and smaller areas for little ones, a games room, and several walking routes that wind through the park's eight-acre conservation woodland, with a little lake. It's a great place for picnics and wildlife spotting.

Also within the park is the lovely Aqua Serene Spa. Here you can relax and enjoy beauty treatments, as well as the swimming pool. Children are allowed in the spa building and pool, too, so it is a great place for families to relax during family holidays at Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park.

The park is surrounded by the beautiful landscape of West Wales, both along the coastline as well as further inland. Access to the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is easy from the park, with miles of routes suitable for walking and cycling, with incredible views available across the countryside and out to sea. Sea life including dolphins and seals can be spotted from the coastal and clifftop pathways, although boat trips can be taken from the nearby towns, including Cardigan, out into the Irish Sea and North Atlantic to spot dolphins and other creatures, too.

Tourists looking to get off the coastal pathways and head down to the beach will find several areas to relax. From hidden coves to rock pools, caves, and larger beaches perfect for surfing and other great activities, there are a number of beaches within a few miles of the site excellent for families looking to relax or enjoy activities. For instance, Poppit Sands is a Blue Flag beach ideal for swimming and watersports and Mwnt Beach is a Green Flag beach with safe swimming and cliffs to walk along. This is often a good place to spot seals, bottle-nosed dolphins and porpoises.

Guests wanting to escape from the coast will discover miles of excellent countryside walking routes, with waterways for fishing also found across the landscape. Anyone looking to explore the region from an alternative view will find numerous places close by offering horse riding.

The centre of the village is just half a mile away and has a selection of local amenities including a shop and pub. Three miles away is the town of Cardigan, which has a full range of shops and restaurants, as well as a theatre and a cinema.

Visit Cardigan Heritage Centre, three miles away, to find out about the history of this port and enjoy a café overlooking the river. Go to the 2,400-year-old Castell Henllys Iron Age Hill Fort, with its replica Iron Age houses, eight miles away.

Families often enjoy the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm, eight miles from Penparc. As well as plenty of animals to see, there are play areas with crazy golf, trampolines and playgrounds indoors and out.

Indoor soft play attractions can be a life-saver for families with toddlers, and the Teifimania Indoor Play Centre is just a couple of miles from Penparc.

If you're up for a 25-mile drive, visit 13th-century Picton Castle's 40 acres of woodland gardens and children's woodland trail in Haverfordwest. You can even reach the Cambrian Mountains in an hour.

So if you're looking for family caravan holidays near Cardigan Bay, put Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park at the top of your list of great campsites in West Wales.

Open from:
July to early September approx

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Designated / private parking, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities, Swimming pool(s), Sauna

Prices shown for 2 people, extra people £2.00 p.n. Please add £2.00 for large tents / awnings / gazebos / pup tents. Multi-day discount passes available for Indoor heated pool, sauna, steam-room gym. Beauty and Therapy Salon available for extra pampering!


Accomodations:
20 Touring pitches, Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, Tent pitches, 7 Holiday homes (for rent), Swimming pool(s)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Swimming (Indoor), Games Room, Gym, Snooker/Pool, Sauna

Lots to do and see. Stunning scenery and amazing coastline. Visit potteries, craft shops; explore castles and relics of the past; take a steam train or dolphin spotting boat trip; or enjoy family fun and activity. Something for everyone.

Therapy Salon on site for Aromatherapy and Swedish Body Massage, Hot Stones Massage, Reflexology, Shiatsu, Indian Head Massage, Facials etc.


Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park (www)

Brongwyn Mawr, Penparc
Ceredigion, Wales
United Kingdom
SA43 1SA
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An absolutely beautifully landscaped and superbly maintained site. Just as good as any Club site, but on a much smaller scale. Approach is along a narrow lane, no problem as there are ample passing places. Watch out for a very tight hairpin bend just inside the site; again no real problem as long as you get set up right for it. A stream runs under the track across the entrance to the pitching area. There is also a very attractive small pond by the side of this track, so I guess that families with children should observe the obvious precautions. I understand that the owners have carried out work that has resolved any previous tendency for waterlogging. The Pitches are a mix of hardstanding and all grass. Interesingly, hardstanding material is slate. The wc / shower (free) facilities are superb. However, the shower cubicles are just a little small. Perhaps they could do with curtain to stop your things hanging on the door from getting wet There is also the added attraction of the ‘Aqua Marina Country Club’ which features very modern indoor swimming pool / sauna / steam room / gym. (Not cheap, but it is very good) A range of beauty treatments are also available. The beaches nearby at Poppit Sands, Mwnt (National Trust) and Aberporth are excellent. To sum up: if you wanted a site to persuade a slightly reluctant partner of the pleasures of caravanning: Brongwyn would surely hit the spot! Brongwyn Caravan and Camping Park, Cardigan, Ceredigion, Wales