Brynowen Holiday Park, Borth

Property Name:

Carnaby Roxburgh

Property Size:

12ft x 38ft

Bedrooms:

2

Max Occupancy:

6

Pets Welcome:

Children Welcome:

Smoking Allowed:

Groups Welcome:

Price Range

From:

£290 per week (low season)

To:

£610 per week (high season)

Holiday Home Facilities

  • Toilet

  • Shower

  • Gas Fire

  • Double Glazing

  • Alarm

  • Video Player

  • DVD Player

  • Toaster

  • Central Heating

  • Fridge

  • Fridge Freezer

  • Microwave

  • Television

  • Iron

  • Veranda

  • Storage Box

  • Parking Bay

  • Patio Area

  • Garden Chairs

  • Internal Widening

Additional Info: Secure decking area for children to play, situated on mid-upper area of Brynowen Holiday Park. Bookings taken for either (Fri, Sat and Sun = 3 nights), (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, = 4 nights) or 7 night lettings.

You are invited to relax in this luxuriously appointed immaculately maintained holiday home at Brynowen Holiday Park, Borth. With free-standing furniture and spacious extra-wide accommodation, this holiday home is well-equipped to accommodate for dining indoors or on the decking area outside that holds a 6-seater table and chairs, there is also a shady out-door side area where you will find a 6-seater bench and umbrella shade. There is a lockable outdoor metal storage shed to accommodate or keep dry pushchairs, walking boots, sports equipment, bikes, etc. The decking area is secure and safe for little ones to explore outside and all internal legally required safety checks are maintained.

Please note, pillows and duvets are provided, but guests must provide bottom sheets, duvet covers, pillowcases, towels and tea-towels; but for a more personal choice you may want to take along your own pillows to sleep on. There is a hairdryer in the main bedroom. Guests are responsible to leave the holiday home accommodation clean and presentable otherwise charges will be incurred.

With beautiful mountain views, this holiday home is situated on the mid-tier of Brynowen Holiday Park (Dyfed) and captures the sun all day long, it is within a short walking distance to the beach and surrounding shops and facilities of Borth. The sand-dunes of Ynyslas beach and nature reserve area 5-minute drive from your base. Aberystwyth town is a 4-mile drive away, with a flat promenade and spectacular views, there are plenty of shops, takeaways, cafés and restaurants, there is a local museum, cinema and theatre and Cliffside railway.

In this holiday home you can relax in the comfort of your accommodation and take in the beauty of Borth and surrounding areas at your own leisure. You can enjoy the scenic walks and beach activities such as beach walking, paddling, fishing, wind-surfing or horse riding etc. This holiday home maintained to a high standard of cleanliness and well-equipped to accommodate a maximum number of six; your holiday will be an experience for everyone to enjoy as a peaceful relaxing or active break which will leave you feeling re-refreshed.

Borth is a small village, just north of Aberystwyth, with a spectacular sandy beach that has long been popular as a family seaside holiday destination for many years. Borth has its own railway station, there is a local bus that can take you into Aberystwyth or Maclyneth; there is also local taxi availability.

The wide stretch of beach runs for around 4km and its shallow gradient makes it ideal for swimming and surfing, or you can find a cosy spot and take an evening picnic to watch the amazing sunsets of Borth. During very low tides the Ancient Forest (petrified tree stumps) can be seen at the waters edge, the history of the ancient forest can be found on information boards along the seafront. Borth also has its own zoo, the Animalarium, and many of its exotic residents that have been rescued as abandoned pets.
Just a short distance north along this wonderful coastline are the extensive sand dunes of Ynyslas, part of the larger Dyfi National Nature Reserve. It is a great place for picnicking, watching the wind-surfers, walking and enjoying the beautiful scenery and wildlife, including the important wild orchid populations.

Local attractions include scenic walks, Borth railway station, the Vale of Rheidol steam railway, cliff railway, golf course, horse-riding, surf school, bird watching and feeding at the Red Kite bird centre, the famous Devils Bridge and historical attractions are a short drive away. There are pub's and cafes and also the recently refurbished 1877 Libanus boutique privately owned cinema where you can view the most amazing architecture and internal décor; the Libanus also produces the most delicious snacks and main menu's to cater for all tastes. There is an Indian restaurant/takeaway, great local fish and chip shops and bakery that sells fresh sandwiches and cakes for your beach outings. Tesco, Aldi, Morrison's and Marks and Spencer are local to Aberystwyth if you prefer to purchase a 'big shop' to suit your preferences

Holiday Park Facilities (May require membership)

  • Pub Club

  • Amusements

  • Indoor Pool

  • Laundrette

  • Grocery Shop

  • Takeaway

  • Restaurant

  • Kids Club

  • Additional Info: Club/entertainment, restaurant, kid's club, indoor pool with flume and lifeguards (seasonal availability/entertainment passes are required; prices on application). Outdoor play area and sports pitch, amusement arcade, mini-bowls, shop, laundry, nature trail.

  • Indoor Pool

  • Beach Local

  • Scenic Walks

  • Watersports

  • Nature Reserve

  • Golf Course

  • Amusements

  • Pubs and Clubs

  • Takeaway

  • Fishing

  • History

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