Maes y Bryn campsite is set on a small farm near the market town of Llanrwst on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. The campsite caters for tents, touring caravans, and motor caravans, and is ideal for families and couples- groups are not taken. This campsite was voted one of the top 10 campsites in North Wales. Maes y bryn has all kinds of animals and pets including , sheep, chickens, ducks and geese. the farm is superbly situated for those wanting a quiet, get-away-from it all holiday in a place surrounded by stunning scenery.
The roomy Klondyke Tipi combines stylish looks together with excellent levels of comfort for Glamping at Maes y Bryn Campsite in Snowdonia North Wales.
The front door has mesh windows and interior curtains, while flexible ventilation is offered by mesh vents at the base and top of the tent.
It is equipped with an inflatable double bed, low table and chairs, LED light, candles, crockery and cooking utensils. A BBQ is also supplied.
TY PREN (WOODEN LODGE)
The new wooden lodge is situated in a tranquil corner of the Garden of Peace.
It looks out at the green rolling hills on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
It sleeps two adults and comes complete with a sofa bed, crockery dishes, utensils and a camping stove.
Electricity is supplied for light, kettle, toaster and an electric heater that will give it that warm cosy glow for those cooler evenings.
All you need to bring with you are sleeping bags, towels, toiletries and food.
Guests will have the use of the campsite facilities that are situated adjacent to the garden.
The Ty Pren, in this quiet corner is ideal for the budding writers or those wanting to get away from it all holiday.
TARIFFS ( All prices are, adjacent to the campsite. per night)
Up to two persons/car/tent:£16.
Children under 14:£3. Extra adult:£8.
Dog:£3. Electric hook-up:£5.
Tipi:Per Night:£65.Per Week:£325 (7 nights for the price of 5).Weekend:£175.
Ty Pren:Per Night:£85.Per Week:£425 (7 nights for the price of 5). Weekend:£230.
There is so much to do and see including historic houses, castles, museums, numerous lakes Tree Top adventure,Welsh mountain zoo Bodnant Gardens, Almshouses and a must while staying at Maes y Bryn is to visit the local Yew tree that botanists believe to be about 4,000 years old!
The bustling holiday resorts of the North Wales coast, Rhyl, Llandudno and Colwyn Bay are only 25 minutes drive away. To the east of Maes y Bryn stretch the Denbigh moors and to the west lies Snowdon and Snowdonia national Park - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a land of remote mountain peaks and fertile river valleys, tranquil lakes and dense forests. Maes y Bryn is an excellent base from which to explore this beautiful corner of North-West Wales
Maes y Bryn is situated on the A548 3 miles from Llanrwst. If travelling on the A470, head for Llanrwst and then go east on the A548. if travelling on the A55, head for Abergele and take the A548 west for Llanrwst.
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