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Low Tide - Pitch No. GWENT-23

Low Tide

Luxurious, spacious and immaculately kept, our Atlas Oakwood Super 37 x 12 3 bedroom 8 berth static caravan occupies a premium plus pitch on Brynowen Holiday Park. The caravan is located in an area of the park that benifits from stunning, uninterrupted sea and mountain views stretching for miles accross Cardigan Bay to the Llyn Peninsula.

The caravan is fully equipped to the highest of standards and briefly comprises a good sized lounge and dining room that are separate from the kitchen. One double bedroom with dressing table, double wardrobes and cupboards, two twin bedrooms both with ample storage space and the settee in the lounge turning into a second double bed if required. There is a hallway with further storage and a modern white bathroom suite with a larger than average shower cubicle. There are also electric panel radiators and portable heaters in all rooms.

Outside, the caravan has a large balcony area which is furnished with garden table, chairs and parasol for al fresco dining while you soak up the fabulous views accross the bay. The balcony is also fully enclosed making it perfectly safe for children.
The caravan has its own parking bay and paved BBQ area and is within walking distance of all the site facilities and the village of Borth with its blue flag beach

Gas and electric are inclusive as well as duvets and pillows. We also provide a Hoover and some cleaning products, tea towels and wahing up liquid. You will need to bring along your own bed linen and towels, however a linen pack can be hired from the site for a nominal charge if preferred

We can provide a Travel cot/High chair for separate hire, this can be arranged at the time of booking.

Caravan Facilities

Two settees and separate armchair
Wrap around seating area with dining table
Feature fireplace with recessed period gas fire
flat screen TV with Freeview
radio/CD player
board games
Fully equipped kitchen briefly comprising:
Range style gas hob oven and grill with electric hotplate
fridge freezer
pots, pans, crockery, cutlery
iron and ironing board
Safe level grassed area for children
BBQ area with table chairs and parasol
Own parking space

Booking your holiday

A deposit is required at the time of booking to secure your holiday. We accept a variety of ways to make payment including stage payments.

To check availabity and price please contact us

Please also check our Terms & Conditions

Site Facilities

  • Laundrette
  • Well stocked Parkmart store
  • Indoor heated swimming pool with flume
  • Games arcades
  • 10-pin bowling alley
  • Patio diner and bar with big screen TV offering bar meals and a takeaway service
  • Full daytime and evening entertainment programmes for both adults and children in The Mountain Bay Showbar
  • Kids clubs
  • Adventure Playground and an all weather sports surface.

The Beach

Only a short walk from the site are miles of sandy beach, now benefiting from a multi-purpose reef recently constructed offshore, 300 metres from the RNLI station. The beach is also famous for it's 10,000-year-old sunken forest, as featured on BBC’s “Coast” programme.

Borth Village

In the village , you will find shops selling everything from beachwear and buckets to wetsuits and wet wipes. Two mini-supermarkets, enough pubs for a pub crawl, a butcher selling beautiful meat and all the makings for a beach BBQ or picnic. Fish and Chip shops, several themed cafes and an Indian Restaurant and takeaway. There is an Animalarium and numerous nic-nac and gift shops. Borth has its own Taxis and regular bus service along with it's own railway station and information centre.

Out and About

By Car

At the end of the village you have Borth Golf Course and Club. Further on down there is Ynyslas beach which has boardwalks through the vast sand dunes. Within the dunes you will find The Countryside of Wales Conservation and Activity Centre that hosts its own table of events throughout the year. The lively university town of Aberystwyth is less than 15 minutes away. The town has everything you might need from large department stores to quirky little gift shops. There is a Sunday Market at Clarach Bay or a Wednesday Market at Tre'r Ddol,. Within easy reach are 6 narrow gauge steam railways and The Centre for Alternative Technology at Machynlleth.

For a more comprehensive list of things to do and visitor attractions please see our Places to visit page

At a Glance

Luxurious, spacious and immaculately kept, our Atlas Oakwood Super 37 x 12 3 bedroom 8 berth static caravan occupies a premium plus pitch and is only a short walk from all the on-site facilities

Just a few minutes walk from the sea and within walking distance of Borth village. Borth, as a base, is ideally situated for day visits to the large number of visitor attractions

The caravan park is not only situated in a superb location with fantastic views across Cardigan Bay to Cader Idris and the Cambrian Mountains beyond, but also has great facilities making it an excellent choice for your family holiday.