We booked 8 nights. What a fantastic site. The owners cannot do enough for you. Half way through putting our tent up it ripped. Liz got us details for Go Outdoors in Swansea and we had a 2 Ĺ hour round trip to replace it. Thatís the only downside to the area; itís not near to big stores, so come prepared for any mishaps. Also, if you run out of gas, make sure you get Paul to check which size cans he keeps in stock before driving the countryside for an hour searching for a shop thatís open and stocks gas! Thank you Paul for ensuring that dinner didn't end up in the bin!
The site is clean and spacious, and the facilities are second to none. The showers always had hot water and along with the toilets, were spotlessly clean. Also the camperís kitchen is a godsend if you donít come with hook up. The kitchen is fitted with microwave, kettle, fridge, freezer and even a table and chairs. Even though we camp with everything but the kitchen sink, we found it very useful; especially on the last day to have a cuppa and a sit down before driving home; We decided to pack up a day early because of the weather due the following day.
There is a small TV/games room for the children, and a small enclosed area for dogs to toilet off lead; this may be small but is such a good feature of the site. If you have a dog as we do, we found that the best beach was the nearest to the site called Aberporth. Itís a lovely sandy beach, and we found the charity car park easy to park in. Also, another lovely town to visit is Aberaeron; itís good for crabbing when the tide is right, and has some nice little shops and places to eat. St Davidís is also worth a visit.
We will definitely return to this site as we cannot fault anything about it. Thanks for a lovely (albeit eventful) camping experience.
We stayed here for 8 days with our 9 year old God-daughter and our 2 year old Labrador. We have been going camping for years and stayed in some really nice sites but this one exceeded all expectations. When we arrived we were warmly greeted by the owner and shown to our pitch. Whilst putting our tent up we discovered a piece was missing! If it wasn't for the owner we would have been in quite a pickle as this piece was an integral part of our new tent. Paul disappeared and returned with a makeshift piece exactly the same as the one we needed, I thanked him there and then but would like to say not only thank you again but I don't know what we would have done without him. The site itself is lovely and the facilities are modern and kept spotlessly clean, I'm picky about cleanliness but even I couldn't have done a better job! The little park on site was great for kids and was located in a place where they could always be supervised. The dog exercise area does exactly what it says on the tin ' perfect for last toilet trips at night and first toilet trips in the morning'. The campers kitchen came in handy for use of the fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer and kettle. The reception contained lots of informative info on attractions in the local area. The pitches are well sized and carefully spaced out. I really can't recommend this site enough. Visit and you will not be anything else but chuffed! Thanks to the owners, we'll see you again. Alan, Fiona, Mia and Bobby (p. S Bobby is sorry for always jumping up and trying to kiss you both)
Weíve just returned from spending 11 nights staying at Brynawelon and what an absolute gem of a site.
Warmly welcomed by Paul who showed us where everything was and then taken to the field with All Weather Pitches (AWP). We chose a pitch in the bottom corner against the hedges. It is next to the road but, to be honest, we got used to the sound of tractors and the sound of the sheep in the field opposite. Thereís an electric pylon in the corner but never heard any humming.
As campers we always take an interest in the facilities on-site and have to say, at Brynawelon theyíre top notch. Toilets and showers are modern and spotlessly clean. We particularly liked the two cubicles with showers which were, in effect, like having facilities all to oneself. Each has a sink, a shower cubicle and toilet. Indeed, given the site was quiet during our stay, we had them all to ourselves every morning. Marvellous.
The utility room is probably the most comprehensive weíve come across. Three sinks, one larder fridge, one larder freezer and one fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, small oven, microwave, iron and ironing board. All free of charge. What a joy for campers. There are also washing and dryer facilities at a reasonable charge. Last but not least, a free to use clothes spinner; a boon for soaked walking gear or towels.
Co-owner was also really nice. Always interested in how weíre enjoying the stay and what weíd been up to. We really enjoyed our chats.
The site is five minutesí drive to the A487 at Sarnau. Turning right thereís a well-stocked Londis store in Brynhoffnant. Turn left and thereís a farm shop outside of Sarnau and each petrol station on the way to Cardigan has a mini-mart attached. Thereís a Tesco and Aldi on the outskirts of Cardigan and a Co-op in Cardigan itself. Note that the cheapest fuel prices we saw en-route to Cardigan were two filling stations at Penparc. Both were 3p per diesel litre cheaper than Tesco in Cardigan.
We could have stayed on and on quite happily at Brynawelon but unfortunately, holidays do have to come to an end. We both take away very fond memories of Brynawelon as we enjoyed our stay immensely. The site is a credit to both the owners. Thanks both.
Having already stayed at this site twice before, we were due to go camping over Easter with a group of friends and suggested this site because we had already had two excellent holidays here.
Overall, the site is very impressive. The ground is level and there are all weather pitches available with an ample supply of electric hook up's. The toilet blocks are clean, well equipped, and very nicely maintained. And the showers are free! Plus there is also a separate large disabled/family toilet/shower room, also maintained to the same high standards.
The dishwashing area is housed within a really well equipped log cabin, so no standing out in cold draughts to do the dreaded washing up. Two sinks, both with plenty of running hot water, a microwave, two kettles, a toaster, a mini oven, fridge and freezer are all available for use free of charge, plus there is a washing machine and tumble dryer (pay per use) and also a spin dryer.
The list of facilities goes on. An outdoor play area which all of the kids on the site seem to love (our own daughter included), and for when the typical British weather kicks in, there is also an indoor playroom with a TV, books etc. And for the grown up's, there is even a sauna on site.
The owners are really friendly and always happy to help. This is a family run site and it is totally obvious that they care greatly about giving holiday makers the best experience possible. Nothing is too much trouble. The reception area has a good array of leaflets promoting local attractions and giving some really good ideas of places to visit during your stay.
There are plenty of lovely beaches and towns to visit, all only a short drive away. There's a local store a couple of miles up the road, and a large Tesco about 9 miles away, so all really convenient.
All of this and very reasonably priced too. Roll on the summer and our next visit to this great site. Top marks all round from us.
Just returned from 3 night easter break and had a fab time, first time out with our new Trailer Tent! Owners very welcoming and regularly walked round the site to make sure everyone was ok. Very clean facilities, well maintained.
Really well kitted out kitchen, all free to use. You do need to pay for the laundry facilities (as normal), although there is a spin dryer which is free to use for really wet clothes.
Games room has tv, table football and a couple of other games plus a decent book collection that you can borrow from or take (donate to honesty box), or donate/swap your own unwanted books.
Site has wi-fi which I think was £3 a day, can't comment on how good it was as we didn't need it.
Kids enjoyed the playground immensely which was handy when we were getting stressed trying to pack everything away! Spoilt for choice for nearby beaches, Tresaith, Aberporth, Aberaeron (go there for the honey ice cream). We also met up with family for Sunday Lunch and can definitely recommend The Ferry Inn at St Dogmaels, it's about a 12 mile drive from the campsite but well worth it (dogs and muddy boots welcome says the sign outside).
Will definitely return one day, maybe next Easter for more free sweets off the owners!
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