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Spring Tide - Pitch No. GWENT-50

Caravan for hire - Spring Tide

Spring Tide

Occupying one of the best pitches on the upper slopes of Brynowen Holiday Park, Borth, Mid Wales, SY24 5LS. Is our immaculately presented 8 Berth 3 Bed Cosalt Balmoral family static caravan, with amazing panoramic views spanning sandy beaches, The Dovey Estuary and the Cambrian Mountains beyond.

Our caravan has a spacious, comfortable open plan living area with the large kitchen separate from the lounge and dinning room. Leading off the hallway you will find one double bedroom with wardrobes, cupboards and dressing table and two twin bedrooms, again with their own wardrobes and storage space. The settee in the lounge also converts into a second double bed if required. There are two bathrooms one with toilet and washbasin and the other with a huge shower cubicle, washbasin and towel radiator. The caravan has many luxury fixtures and fitting throughout and electric panel radiators in every room.

Gas, electric, duvets and pillows are included within the price, but you will need to bring along your own bed linen and towels. Some cleaning products along with tea towels, washing up liquid and a Hoover are also provided. If preferred, linen packs can be hired from the site for a nominal charge.

The hire of a travel cot and/or high chair can be arranged for an additional small charge should these be required.

Caravan Facilities

Lounge
Modern electric fire housed within a purpose built feature fireplace and wall cabinet
Large comfortable seating and coffee table
Flat screen TV with Freeview
DVD
Radio/CD player
Drinks cabinet and dinning table with wrap around seating
Board games
Kitchen
Fully equipped modern kitchen briefly comprising:
Gas hob grill and oven
large fridge freezer
microwave
kettle
toaster
pots, pans, crockery, cutlery
iron and ironing board
Outside
The caravan commands an idyllic, superior premium plus pitch and as such benefits from magical panoramic views stretching for some 70 miles across Cardigan Bay and the Cambrian mountains.
The sunsets are out of this world and can be enjoyed whilst having a barbecue on the large private patio and garden area, which is equipped with garden furniture and parasol.
No need to worry about your car as parking is provided next to the caravan.

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

Occupying one of the best pitches on the upper slopes of Brynowen Holiday Park, Borth, Mid Wales. Is our immaculately presented 8 Berth 3 Bed Cosalt Balmoral family static caravan, with amazing far-reaching views spanning sandy beaches, The Dovey Estuary and the Cambrian Mountains beyond.

The sea is just a few minutes walk away and the caravan is close to all the site facilities and with easy access to Borth village.

Ideally situated for day visits to the north; Aberdovey, Barnmouth, Harlech, Towyn, Portmeirion and Snowdonia National Park.And to the south; Aberaeron, New Quay, Cardigan and St Davids.