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Welcome to
Bryn Vyrnwy
Holiday Park

Bryn Vyrnwy Holiday Park is a family run,
family owned holiday park set in the rolling and
picturesque Shropshire/Powys countryside.


Welcome to our award winning Holiday Park.  We are delighted to have our park selected as a recipient of the coveted David Bellamy Conservation Award at the Gold Level for the third year.

A family owned and run, un-commercialised holiday park located just half a mile east of the village of Llansantffraid Ym Mechain in the heart of rural Mid Wales. Just half a mile from the Shropshire/Powys border and the Welsh Marches, mid-way between the medieval market town of Oswestry and the market town of Welshpool.

The Williams family have farmed at Bryn Vyrnwy for over 70 years. Over the last 25 years the four park areas have been created, with the most recent park area being developed in 2002. Doug, Jan and Edward take great pride in the presentation of the park and surrounding areas and offer a warm welcome and friendly service to visitors, holiday home owners, their families and friends.

The park is maintained to a very high standard, with a large variety of flower and shrub borders, well cut and tended grass. Mature trees, traditional hedges, grassy banks and natural areas provide the ideal environment for wildlife, which can be seen in abundance. The free flowing river Vyrnwy, just a short walk from the park areas, nurtures many species of water life, offering both fast and slow running water with deep and shallow areas. Indulge your senses and refresh your spirits taking a gentle walk along the river bank and discover a haven rich in wildlife.

Nestling within 120 acres of farmland, surrounded by rolling hills and stunning Welsh countryside; the ideal tranquil country setting and location of Bryn Vyrnwy Holiday park, makes it an idyllic place to enjoy the privacy and luxury of your very own static caravan holiday home away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.


The Park Butterfly David Bellamy Award 2015