Brynarian Caravan Park

Brynarian Caravan Park

Brynarian Caravan Park

Brynarian Caravan Park is located near the village of Cross Inn. It is an 8 acre park that is quaintly surrounded by mature beech trees.

The park features 40 holiday homes laid out within the perimeter of two fields. There is also an area for touring and camping with 20 max units allowed at a time on a separate 2½ acre field. The park makes sure there is never any overcrowding.

Each holiday home is modern and is in excellent condition. They are fully equipped to the park's high standards. They feature duvets, pillows, crockery, cutlery and colour TV with DVD and Video.

For tourers there is off road parking, showers, a laundry and toilet facilities located in a central building.

The site also has Caravan Holiday Homes available for those interested. There are both new and used models available. You can give the site a call and they will help you choose your holiday home.

Brynarian Caravan Park has many interesting places and attractions nearby. Only 500m away, Cross Inn is near Llanon on the hills backing Cardigan Bay and its Heritage Coast. The village features a friendly shop, post office, garage and pub.

Only 6 miles away you can visit the Georgian seaside town of Aberaeron while 13 miles away is the university town of Aberystwyth. Just to the north is New Quay with the Dylan Thomas trail 16 miles to the south. You can visit the market towns of Lampeter and Tregaron only 10 miles away.

The site is an ideal base for exploring the coast, hills and mountains of the lovely Ceredigion. Outdoor activities are available in the area. These include golf, sailing, walking, cycling, power kiting, riding, fishing and more.

 

Brynarian Caravan Park

Cross Inn

Llanon

Ceredigion

SY23 5NA

Cross Inn
Llanon
Dyfed
SY23 5NA
United Kingdom

How to Book

Phone: 0844 561 7257 01974 272231
Email: enquiries@brynariancaravanpark.co.uk
Website: www.brynariancaravanpark.co.uk
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