Brynteg Country & Leisure Retreat is a luxury 5-star holiday resort in the foothills of Snowdonia National Park. This is the ultimate holiday in Wales in a stylish setting with lake and mountain views. Featuring top of the range contemporary holiday homes and luxury lodges with picturesque views, Brynteg offers a tranquil retreat from the rest of the world with its large heated indoor swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool, Scandinavian pine sauna, steam room and tepidarium.
The two on-site restaurants are lovely inside and out with staff who go that extra mile to ensure everything is just right for you. The Old Boat House Italian Bistro boasts relaxing views across the lake while the Country Club Restaurant and Bar is stylish and comfortable with occasional live entertainment. Both eateries offer a good choice of food, including excellent vegetarian options.
Local attractions include Snowdonia National Park, the stunning natural landscape of mountains, lakes and hills from where you can walk up Snowdon or take the nearby mountain railway to the summit, and the iconic Portmeirion, the picturesque coastal village famous for its architectural sculptures and curiosities, surrounded by woodland and quirky and unusual gardens. For history lovers, the medieval Caernarfon Castle is just 10 minutes away and for thrill-seekers, Zip World is not to be missed! It's the perfect setting for a family holiday, surrounded by the stunning scenery of North Wales yet only a short drive from the beaches and water-sports along the Menai Straits.
Open all year round for the opportunity to enjoy the changing seasons. Where else could you experience magnificent views of the picturesque coast and mountains and entertain the family with a wide range of high-quality leisure and relaxation facilities, whatever the weather? Spectacular summer sunsets, woodland autumn walks, snow-capped mountains in winter and the spring eruption of colour throughout the park, make Brynteg Country & Leisure Retreat a dream setting.
Guests at Brynteg enjoy:
• Lakeside Boathouse Restaurant
• Country Club Bar with occasional, low-key entertainment
• Indoor heated swimming pool
• Well-appointed spa and café
• Seasonal activity programme
• Indoor sports hall
• Tennis court
• Large children’s outdoor play area
• Children’s indoor play area with seating
• Woodland walks
• Pet-friendly holiday park
• Non-residential 12-month holiday season
• 5-star Visit Wales accredited park
Brynteg has a choice of holiday homes and luxury lodges, some with the added luxury of a heated hot tub, for both short-term holiday rental and sale. Most models are pet-friendly so the whole family can have fun together on holiday.
Owners have the opportunity to rent their accommodation through our full service holiday letting programme thereby earning an income to help offset some of the costs associated with holiday home ownership.
If you are thinking of joining as an owner, the best way to appreciate everything that Brynteg has to offer is to arrange a park visit to see it for yourself. This can be arranged by contacting us and you will then have the opportunity to learn about the availability of pitches, site fees and ongoing running costs.
Please get in touch for details. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Brynteg offers seasonal children's and adult's entertainment programmes. There is a small but well-equipped gym with beauty treatments available to book in the on-site spa and indoor and outdoor play areas for children. The stunning setting at the lake is hard to beat. Sit and relax on the decking of the Boathouse with a glass of your choice and sample the fantastic menu.
Brynteg is situated at the foothills of Snowdon with some truly amazing walks and scenery on the doorstep!
DirectionsFollow the A55 Westbound until you reach the Bangor/Betws-y-Coed junction. Branch left at the first roundabout exit and turn right immediately onto the A4244 (signposted Pentir, Llanberis A4086). Follow this road for approximately 3.5 miles and at the roundabout take the first exit A4244 signposted Llanberis. After 3.5 miles at 'T' junction turn right onto A4086 and after 1.2 miles turn left by the Glyntwrog Public House, then turn left. Follow this road passing through the castle archway, then Brynteg Holiday Park will be found on the right-hand side.
Things to do in Snowdonia
Snowdonia National Park is a popular visitor destination throughout the year. Whether you are interested in mountain walking, historic castles, the area's industrial heritage, or just getting away for the weekend, owning a holiday home is the ideal way to enjoy the facilities on the park and local area.
Brynteg is ideally situated within easy access of most of the sights and attractions of North Wales. As well as the stunning scenery offered by Snowdonia National Park, there are several beaches within a short drive that have been awarded the Blue Flag for reaching excellent EC standards of quality.
Visitors to this part of North Wales are truly spoiled for choice, whatever the weather. When the sun is shining, try Surf Snowdonia or take a trip to the Welsh Mountain Zoo. Zip World is great for thrill-seekers whilst Glasfryn Parc and RSPB Conwy Nature Reserve offer a more relaxing day out.
On a rainy day, experience Sygun Copper Mine or go caving and fly through the incredible local Slate Caverns! A bit of retail therapy can be found at Portmeirion or the Trefriw Woollen Mills. A trip on either the Snowdon Mountain Railway or the Llanberis Lake Railway is as enjoyable under grey skies as it is under blue!
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