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Brynowen Holiday Park really shows off the magnificent Cambrian Mountains and stunning ocean scenery beneath. If you and your family enjoy mixing relaxing walks on a choice of beaches with exploring nature in picturesque surroundings, Brynowen near Aberystwyth is definitely the place for you to buy your own holiday home. With a lovely pebble beach on your doorstep and Borth and Ynyslas Beaches nearby, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Buy a caravan at Brynowen
Of course, you don’t even need to leave the park to have fun, as we have a fantastic range of facilities to keep the whole family entertained. Take time to enjoy the large heated indoor pool with twisting flume while the kids will love the soft play area and adventure playground, too. You can then recharge and refuel with some refreshments at The Boathouse Bar and Restaurant, before relaxing in the Showbar for some lively family entertainment.
When you’re choosing the place where you will be creating amazing memories with your family again and again, location is important. This holiday park offers you a choice of pitches, some with dramatic views across Cardigan Bay and others closer to the beach. You can become an owner in just 5 simple steps, and enjoy all that Brynowen has to offer. Why not arrange a visit so you can really see what life as an owner will be like, as well as view the range of new and pre-loved static caravans for sale.
Highlights and Local Attractions
- King Arthur's Labyrinth
- Cae Hir Gardens
Browse the latest models and discover our most popular static caravans and lodges for sale. Fully equipped with all the mod cons, these holiday homes are stylish, spacious and packed full of features.
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